They’re the famously private couple who split their time between New York and Australia.
But Lara Bingle and Sam Worthington were proud to step out with their two young sons Rocket, two, and Racer, one, for a fun-filled day at Universal Studios, Los Angeles last week.
At one point, Lara took a break from the festivities, seen sat on one of her son’s prams, tucking into a mandarin.
30-year-old model Lara was seen pushing her youngest son around in a stroller he angelically slept throughout the adventure, while Sam, 41, pushed a slightly more energetic-looking Rocket.
She wore a pair of silver specs for the occasion and teamed them with a navy button-up shirt, navy denim jeans and Dr Martin boots.
She kept her hair out, the length just long enough to graze the top of her collar.
The usually-bronzed mother-of-two sported a decidedly fair complexion, a likely result of the American winter she’s currently weathering.
Meanwhile Sam looked every bit the doting father in a grey T-shirt and matching cap, cargo pants with multiple pockets and sneakers.
They kept their Universal Studios entry tickets around their necks for safe keeping.
While the young boys were likely to steer clear from the scarier rides, Lara did enjoy a session on a roller coaster while Sam and her children watched on from below.
The boys were entertained by a bounty of toys, including a basketball and minion.
The blonde beauty rose to national and international fame, after starring in Tourism Australia’s 2006 advertising campaign, So Where The Bloody Hell Are You?
With notoriety and a slew of magazine covers, Lara landed her own reality TV series, Being Lara Bingle, but it was short-lived, ending after only one season in 2012.
Following her highly-publicised engagement and subsequent split with Australian cricketer Michael Clarke, Lara shunned the limelight in favour of a low-key life with now-husband, actor Sam Worthington, 41.’
Basing themselves in New York, the Cronulla native established herself as a beauty entrepreneur, creating skincare and tanning line The Base, and aligning herself with only high-fashion designers.
Having welcomed two sons with Sam, Rocket Zot, two, and Racer, one, Lara revealed to The Sydney Morning Herald in June last year that the pair support one another in balancing work and parenthood.
‘Sam has a really good heart. He’s an amazing husband and he’s so good with the kids,’ Lara said.
She added: ‘He’s very hands-on, and I think we really complement each other. He is our world.’