Actor Simon Baker, 51, and his son Claude, 21, go barefoot for a relaxed breakfast in Sydney
He’s the Australian actor who has made a name for himself on film and TV in Hollywood over the years.
And on Monday, Simon Baker, 51, and his son Claude Blue, 21, were seen barefoot while going out for a relaxed breakfast in Sydney.
He kept things casual in a blue-and-pink striped button-up shirt, which he teamed with navy trousers.
Now that’s relaxed! Actor Simon Baker, 51, was seen going barefoot for breakfast in Sydney on Monday. He kept it casual in a blue-and-pink striped button-up shirt, teamed with navy pants
The Mentalist star also wore a pair of tinted glasses and carried his iPhone with him.
Claude opted for a casual look, sporting a white T-shirt with brown pants.
The father-son duo were joined by one of the younger Baker’s pals, who donned shorts, a T-shirt and a pair of sneakers.
Like father, like son: He was joined by his son Claude, 21, who also opted for a casual look
Casual: The father-son duo enjoyed breakfast, as they were joined by one of the younger Baker’s pals (right)
Although they normally reside in Los Angeles, Simon and his wife of 20 years, Rebecca Rigg, have been sheltering with their family at their second home in Bronte during the coronavirus pandemic.
The couple spent $6.5million on the three-bedroom waterfront home in the suburb in 2015, The Daily Telegraph reported at the time.
Simon and Rebecca share three children, daughter Stella Breeze, 26, and sons Claude Blue, 21, and Harry Friday, 18.
Enduring: Simon and his wife Rebecca Rigg have been married for 20 years. The couple share three children, daughter Stella Breeze, 26, and sons Claude Blue, 21, and Harry Friday, 18. Simon is pictured with his family in 2013
The former Home and Away actor scored his breakout role as attractive young writer Christian Thompson in the 2006 comedy-drama The Devil Wears Prada.
He then became the star of American drama TV series The Mentalist, playing former psychic Patrick Jane.
Simon branched out into directing with his first feature film Breath, which premiered in April 2018,.
The film is based on Tim Winton’s bestselling novel Breath and follows a pair of thrill-seeking young surfers in Western Australia who meet ex-pro surfer Sando – played by Simon – who leads them to new levels of recklessness.
Back home: Although they normally reside in Los Angeles, Simon and his wife have been sheltering with their family at their second home in Bronte during the coronavirus pandemic. The couple are pictured together last year