Enjoying the simple life as husband and wife.
Jack Antonoff and Margaret Qualley were spotted on a late-night grocery store run just three weeks after saying “I do” during an intimate wedding ceremony in New Jersey.
The newlyweds, who were joined by two friends, seemed to be in great spirits while leaving Whole Foods in Manhattan’s East Village on Thursday.
While the pair didn’t show any PDA, they walked side by side while chatting it up with their companions.
To brace the brutal humidity, the “Maid” actress, 28, dressed down in a simple V-neck T-shirt and denim shorts, which she paired with white sandals and a tan tote.
Meanwhile, the producer, 39, looked equally laid back in black basketball shorts, an oversized T-shirt, sneakers and a green hat.
The lovebirds have kept a pretty low profile while enjoying their first month of married life.
Qualley and Antonoff, who were first romantically linked in August 2021, tied the knot in front of their closest family and friends on Aug. 19.
Despite the high-profile guest list, the dashing bride stole the show in a plunging, silk halter gown and ballet flats.
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Qualley, who is the daughter of actress Andie MacDowell, wore her short hair in a bouncy bob and opted for a simple makeup look with a muted red lip.
Meanwhile, Antonoff put a slight spin on his classic black tuxedo, which he hemmed slightly above the ankle to show off his white socks.
Over a week after their nuptials, the notoriously private couple was spotted for the first time while out and about in New York City.
The pair were all smiles as they strutted through the streets of Soho hand in hand.
In typical fashion, the stylish couple looked effortlessly chic, with the Emmy-nominated actress exuding old Hollywood glamour in a white silk dress and cream trench coat.
The Bleachers musician matched her vibes in an oversized gray suit, white T-shirt and sneakers, which he paired with his signature circular glasses and a backward baseball hat.
Seemingly, the pair is still in the honeymoon stage as Qualley couldn’t stop gushing about the “Getaway Car” co-writer in an interview with W Magazine published Tuesday.
“I met my person for sure,” Qualley told the outlet. “He’s the best thing in my life. He’s my favorite person to be around. I’m the luckiest person in the world. I love him more than anything. He’s the very best.”