Barbra Streisand showed her marriage is still solid after 20 years as she strolled hand-in-hand with her husband James Brolin in Beverly Hills, DailyMail.com exclusive photographs show.
The Oscar-winning actress, who celebrated her wedding anniversary last July, was spotted on a rare public outing with her 78-year-old spouse, who proved his devotion by waiting two hours for her outside a clinic that houses numerous plastic surgery offices on Tuesday.
Barbra, 76, is famous for her unique nose, even claiming it's the reason she has never been harassed by men in Hollywood. But reports have suggested she has had Botox injections to make her skin look more youthful. An eyewitness told DailyMail.com: 'He escorted her inside holding her hand and then waited hours for her to finish, putting money in the car meter and standing around outside reading a book he'd taken along. 'He then went in to meet her and escorted her back to the car like a true gentleman before taking her on a swanky dinner date nearby.
'Barbra is worth millions of dollars and she could've had a security guard take her to the appointment, it was really sweet to see James so dedicated to her after so many years.' Brolin himself was driving the couple's black BMW.
The Star Is Born icon and her beau were dressed in matching all black for their outing, with Barbra opting for little makeup with her natural curly hair flowing free in the breeze.
The pair, who tied the knot at their Malibu estate on July 1, 1998, were then spotted entering The Grill On The Alley for a romantic dinner before making their way back home. Barbra previously posted a sweet message to James as the couple celebrated their anniversary, writing: 'Has it really been 22 years since our blind date @jamesbrolin_?' adding, 'Married for 20 years. Happy anniversary honey. Bee. X.'
Speaking about why she chose not to have plastic surgery in the past, she said: 'Many reasons ... A, I didn't have the money, B, I don't like pain, [and] I don't trust the doctors. I don't trust that I would come out with[out] a funny nose job, which is worse. 'I actually like my nose, it's a little big, but you can't have everything.'
Talking about the #MeToo movement with producer Ryan Murphy, she later admitted: 'I wasn't like those pretty girls with those nice little noses. Maybe that's why (I wasn't harassed). I have no idea.'