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Matthew McConaughey walks hand-in-hand with his wife Camila Alves at the F1 Grand Prix in France


Matthew McConaughey cosies up to his wife Camila Alves as they walk hand-in-hand around the F1 Grand Prix grid in France

Matthew McConaughey puts on a loved-up display with his wife Camila Alves on Sunday at the F1 Grand Prix in France.

The 52-year-old actor and his spouse, 39, appeared in high spirits as they walked around the grid hand-in-hand at Circuit Paul Ricard. 

He cut a casual figure in a blue shirt, white trousers and brown shoes, while completing the look with a cap.

Couple: Matthew McConaughey puts on a loved-up display with his wife Camila Alves on Sunday at the F1 Grand Prix in France

Couple: Matthew McConaughey puts on a loved-up display with his wife Camila Alves on Sunday at the F1 Grand Prix in France

Meanwhile, Camila looked effortlessly chic in a colourful ab-flashing maxi dress, teamed with a pair of sandals. 

She opted for a bronzed makeup palette underneath a pair of sunglasses, while styling her brunette locks in loose waves. 

The happy couple have been married for a decade and share three children Levi, 13, Vida, 12, and Livingston, 9.

Sweet: The 52-year-old actor and his spouse, 39, appeared in high spirits as they walked around the grid hand-in-hand at Circuit Paul Ricard

Sweet: The 52-year-old actor and his spouse, 39, appeared in high spirits as they walked around the grid hand-in-hand at Circuit Paul Ricard

Looking good: He cut a casual figure in a blue shirt, white trousers and brown shoes, while completing the look with a cap

Looking good: He cut a casual figure in a blue shirt, white trousers and brown shoes, while completing the look with a cap

Stunning: Camila looked effortlessly chic in a colourful ab-flashing maxi dress, teamed with a pair of sandals

Stunning: Camila looked effortlessly chic in a colourful ab-flashing maxi dress, teamed with a pair of sandals

Family: The happy couple have been married for a decade and share three children Levi, 13, Vida, 12, and Livingston, 9

Family: The happy couple have been married for a decade and share three children Levi, 13, Vida, 12, and Livingston, 9

Charles Leclerc dramatically crashed out of the French Grand Prix on Sunday while leading, allowing Max Verstappen to win and extend his World Championship lead to 63 points.

The Ferrari driver crashed into the wall at turn 11 – the highest speed corner on the Paul Ricard circuit – prompting the safety car to come out.

Leclerc emerged from his car quickly as his rivals quickly headed into the pit lane to make a stop, with Verstappen taking full advantage.

This crash is the third instance this season of the 24-year-old retiring when leading a race. 

Race: Charles Leclerc dramatically crashed out of the French Grand Prix on Sunday while leading, allowing Max Verstappen to win and extend his World Championship lead to 63 points

Race: Charles Leclerc dramatically crashed out of the French Grand Prix on Sunday while leading, allowing Max Verstappen to win and extend his World Championship lead to 63 points

Winner: The crash allowed Max Verstappen to win in France, taking his points lead in the Drivers' Championship to 63

Winner: The crash allowed Max Verstappen to win in France, taking his points lead in the Drivers’ Championship to 63

He let out a scream of anger to his team after spinning into the wall, and shouted ‘I cannot go to full throttle!’

His rival for the World Championship title Max Verstappen asked ‘is he alright?’ over the radio, and was told ‘yes, I am told he is OK.’

The crash allowed Max Verstappen to win in France, taking his points lead in the Drivers’ Championship to 63.

Lewis Hamilton finished second for the first time this season, with George Russell in third after holding off Sergio Perez.

Positions: Lewis Hamilton finished second for the first time this season, with George Russell in third after holding off Sergio Perez

Positions: Lewis Hamilton finished second for the first time this season, with George Russell in third after holding off Sergio Perez

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