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Matt Damon and family enjoy surfing session on Malibu beach

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Matt Damon and family enjoy surfing session on Malibu beach

Matt Damon soaks up the sun in Malibu as he heads to the beach with his family for a casual surf session

He and his family had been stranded in Ireland at the start of the coronavirus crisis.

And Matt Damon proved he was glad to finally be back home in California as he headed to a beach in Malibu on Sunday.

The actor, 49, looked to be in good spirits as he strolled along the sand in a pair of black shorts and a khaki T-shirt emblazoned with a logo that read: ‘Speed Shop Johnson Motors.’

Sporty: Matt Damon looked to be in good spirits as he headed to a beach in Malibu on Sunday with his family

He was sporting a touch of stubble and accessorised with a baseball cap and statement sunglasses.

Matt looked to have his hands full as he walked with a surfboard under one arm and an over-sized rattan bag over his shoulder.

He beamed as he stopped to talk to a passerby before soaking up the sun.     

Active: The actor, 49, looked to be in good spirits as he strolled along the sand in a pair of black shorts and a khaki T-shirt emblazoned with a logo that read: 'Speed Shop Johnson Motors'

Active: The actor, 49, looked to be in good spirits as he strolled along the sand in a pair of black shorts and a khaki T-shirt emblazoned with a logo that read: ‘Speed Shop Johnson Motors’

 

Juggling: Matt looked to have his hands full as he walked with a surfboard under one arm and an over-sized rattan bag over his shoulder

Juggling: Matt looked to have his hands full as he walked with a surfboard under one arm and an over-sized rattan bag over his shoulder

Earlier this year it was first revealed that Matt and his family were isolating in Ireland after becoming stuck by a travel ban enforced on the country.

The Bourne star, his wife Luciana, and their daughters – Isabella, 13, Gia, 11, and Stella, nine – had been residing in a lavish €8million (£7million) pad in the area. 

Matt first spoke about living in lockdown in the Emerald Isle during an interview with Graham O’Toole and Nathan O’Reilly on Ireland’s Spin 103.8’s Fully Charged.

During the interview the star also revealed that his daughter Alexia, 21, had made a full recovery from coronavirus while living in New York City. 

Stuck: Earlier this year it was first revealed that Matt and his family were isolating in Ireland after becoming stuck by a travel ban enforced on the country (pictured with wife Luciana in 2019)

Stuck: Earlier this year it was first revealed that Matt and his family were isolating in Ireland after becoming stuck by a travel ban enforced on the country (pictured with wife Luciana in 2019)

Alexia is his wife Luciana’s daughter from a previous relationship however he referred to her as his ‘eldest daughter.’ 

He said: ‘Our oldest daughter is in college, she’s in NYC. She had COVID really early on, along with her roommates and got through it fine. But everybody’s OK…

‘For Lucy’s mum and my mum, it’s scary for that generation. I think we’ve all got the message now, everyone’s doing the isolation and social distancing and hand-washing and everything we can to mitigate this but it’s frightening, certainly for our parents.’

Speaking about his time in Ireland, he said: ‘It’s incredible. This is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. It feels a little like a fairytale here. Bono lives over there, Enya lives over there’. 

The star and his family have since jetted back to their home in California.

Surprise guest: During his time in Ireland Matt has surprised locals by visiting some of the hotspots, having originally journeyed to Dublin for filming commitments (pictured March 15)

Surprise guest: During his time in Ireland Matt has surprised locals by visiting some of the hotspots, having originally journeyed to Dublin for filming commitments (pictured March 15)

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