Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

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The couple has not been seen together for two years.

Over the weekend, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz hit paparazzi lenses for the first time since 2018. The couple were seen in New York on Sunday night when they went out to dinner. For the publication, Daniel prudently lowered the visor of the newsboy’s cap, while Rachel chose not to disguise.

Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

Craig and Weiss have been married since 2011. In 2018, the couple had a daughter who became the second child for each of them: Rachel is raising a 12-year-old son with ex-husband Darren Aronofsky, and Daniel has a 26-year-old daughter from a relationship with Fiona Loundon. The couple did not declassify the name of the youngest child. But last year, Weiss noted that the girl is very similar to her father.

Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

Before their relationship began, Craig and Weiss had been in contact for many years. In 1994, they played lovers in one of the theatrical productions in London, but, despite the romance on the stage, in real life things did not go further than friendship. Everything changed in 2010, when the actors were filming the thriller “Dream House”. Then Rachel broke up with Aronofsky, whom she had dated for more than nine years, and Craig broke off the engagement with producer Satsuki Mitchell after five years of relationship.

Photo: Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz caught on a rare date in New York

At the premiere of Dream House, Craig and Weiss have already appeared as husband and wife. The couple got married in a secret ceremony attended by only four people – witnesses and children of the actors. Since then, Daniel and Rachel have kept their privacy out of public scrutiny.

Photo source: Legion-Media

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