Andrew Garfield inspects his girlfriend Alyssa Miller’s armpit as they are spotted shopping in Malibu
Andrew Garfield inspects his girlfriend Alyssa Miller’s ARMPIT as they enjoy a shopping spree in Malibu – after his surprise BAFTA snob
He’s riding on the success of his surprise appearance in Marvel and Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home.
But Andrew Garfield opted for a quiet day on Friday as he enjoyed a shopping spree with girlfriend Alyssa Miller in Malibu.
The 38-year-old actor and 32-year-old model both wore casual clothes while shopping at Trancas Market.
Couple goals: Andrew Garfield opted for a quiet day on Friday as he enjoyed a shopping spree with girlfriend Alyssa Miller in Malibu
Andrew donned an understated khaki green shirt and gray t-shirt which he teamed with black shorts and a pair of black, white and orange Nike sneakers.
He also opted for a brown baseball cap and stylish sunglasses as the couple carried drinks bought from the market.
Meanwhile, Alyssa looked more stylish in a striped long sleeve top she wore under a skintight navy dress.
Romantic: the 38-year-old actor seemed to inspect the model’s armpit as he left the Trancas market
The brunette beauty completed her casual ensemble with a Yankees cap and white Nike sneakers.
In accordance with current health and safety guidelines, Alyssa wore a protective face covering as she returned home.
He and his girlfriend Alyssa were first linked in November last year when they spotted holding hands in New York.
Alyssa, who has modeled for Vogue and Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue, previously married Tame Impala member Cam Avery in April 2018, but the two split after just six months of marriage.
Cute: Andrew donned an understated khaki green shirt and gray t-shirt which he paired with black shorts and a pair of black, white and orange Nike trainers
It comes after the fan-favorite tick, tick…BOOM! failed to land any major BAFTA nominations, with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical not making it into a single category, despite earning Andrew a Golden Globe win and a SAG nomination for the best actor.
Olivia Colman – who snagged a BAFTA two years ago for The Favorite – hasn’t been recognized for her latest role in The Lost Daughter, but co-star Jessie Buckley has received a nod for the actress of support, and the film is also in the running for the adapted screenplay.
Kenneth Branagh was not named Best Director for his highly rated film Belfast, although he did for Best Picture and Best British Film.
Snubbed: This comes after the fan-favorite tick, tick…BOOM! failed to land any major BAFTA nominations