Jamie Foxx and his girlfriend, Alyce Huckstepp, engaged in some rare PDA while shopping earlier this week.
The couple was photographed Monday in Los Angeles, sharing a sweet kiss during an afternoon outing.
After the pair exited a store, they made their way to a curbside car, whose backseat door Foxx sweetly opened for Huckstepp.
Clearly touched by the gesture, the curly-haired blond lovingly grabbed the handsome actor’s face with both hands and smiled before they leaned in to lock lips.
Foxx grinned and waved as Huckstepp’s vehicle drove off.
For the outing, the Oscar winner, 55, paired a black T-shirt with gray jeans, white sneakers and a cream-colored fedora hat, while his leading lady matched in dark athleisure wear and white tennis shoes.
Though not much is known about the duo, as he is notoriously private and she does not seem to have a social media presence, they first sparked romance rumors in May 2022 while on a trip to Cannes, France.
Most recently, they traveled to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for a romantic Labor Day Weekend getaway.
Foxx seems to be in excellent spirits and health these days following his three-month hospital stay.
In April, his eldest daughter, Corinne, revealed that her father had experienced a mysterious “medical complication” but did not elaborate.
Foxx’s condition was reportedly “serious enough” that members of his family allegedly traveled into town to be by his side.
“He’s communicating now, and that’s good news,” a source told TMZ at the time.
The father of two was not seen publicly until July when he was spotted smiling and waving from a boat in the Chicago River.
Shortly after, he was snapped golfing with friends at a Topgolf in Naperville, Ill.
Foxx spoke out for the first time about his health scare later that month, choosing to keep specific details under wraps.
“I went through something I thought I would never, ever go through,” he shared in an emotional Instagram video with his followers, assuring them that although he was neither “blind” nor “paralyzed,” he “went to hell and back.”
“It was tough, man,” he said. “I was sick.”
The “Django Unchained” star acknowledged that “a lot of people were waiting or wanting to hear an update” from him, but he just didn’t want his fans to see him in that condition.
“I want you to see me laughing, having a good time, partying, cracking a joke, doing a movie or a television show,” he explained through tears.
“I didn’t want you to see me with tubes running out of me and trying to figure out if I was going to make it through.”
Nonetheless, he assured everyone he was on “the road to recovery” and would be back to work soon.
Foxx’s first project since getting back on his feet was a commercial for BetMGM.
Actress Kristen Radford Thom, who co-starred in the campaign, described Foxx as “kind, “humble,” “hilarious” and “a ball of energy” on set, noting that he was “pretty open” to the cast and crew “about his situation without telling [them] exactly what happened.”