Nicolas Cage was spotted riding a horse-drawn carriage with his new wife Riko Shibata.
Cage and Shibata married last month on February 16.
This is Cage's fifth marriage and comes after a four-day marriage that ended in 2019.
Nicolas Cage was spotted riding a horse-drawn carriage in New York with his new wife Riko Shibata following their marriage last month.
Cage looked typically Nicolas Cage in his cowboy hat, jeans, and multicolored jacket as the newlyweds went for a ride around Central Park. PEOPLE posted the pictures of Cage and Shibata on its site.
Last month on February 16, 26-year-old Shibata became Cage's fifth wife after the two tied the knot in a small, private ceremony at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas. Cage's representative told People: "The date was chosen to honor the birthday of the groom's late father. The bride wore a handmade Japanese Bridal Kimono from Kyoto that required three layers."
This is Cage's fifth marriage and it is already longer than his fourth one was. In March 2019, Cage, now 57, wed Erika Kookie in a marriage that only lasted four days before he filed for an annulment. The divorce was granted in June that year.
Before that, the prolific actor was married to Oscar-winning actress Patricia Arquette for six years from 1995 to 2001. Following that divorce, he married Lisa Marie Presley, Elvis Presley's daughter, in 2002. They divorced in 2004.
His third marriage was his longest. He married Alice Kim in 2004 and they were together for 12 years before splitting up in 2016.
Cage has two children. His first wife, Arquette, gave birth to son Weston in 1990. He fathered a second son with his third in 2005, called Kal-El - named after Superman's birth name.
The Oscar-winning actor was recently in the news after "WandaVision" star Kat Dennings shared an audition story in which she had to mime getting away from Cage because he refused to touch her.
"He was so respectful, and I think that might have been where it was coming from, like, I'm a young girl so he didn't want to physically touch me and make me uncomfortable. I appreciate it. I really do," Dennings said.
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