Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher enjoy a sun-drenched lunch date in Sydney’s Woollahra

They’re believed to have made a full-time move Down Under, after enrolling their three children at a school in Sydney.

And Hollywood legends Sacha Baron-Cohen and Isla Fisher looked like the picture of happiness as they headed out for a sun-drenched date on Friday, as they wandered through the trendy Eastern suburb of Woollahra.

The Borat star, 49, and the Wedding Crashers actress, 44, looked incredibly loved-up as they enjoyed the raging city heat, with Isla wrapping her hand around her husband’s arm as they walked across the street.

Settling in nicely! Sacha Baron-Cohen and Isla Fisher looked like the picture of happiness as they headed out for a sun-drenched date in Sydney on Friday - amid rumours they're making a permanent move to Australia

Settling in nicely! Sacha Baron-Cohen and Isla Fisher looked like the picture of happiness as they headed out for a sun-drenched date in Sydney on Friday - amid rumours they're making a permanent move to Australia

Settling in nicely! Sacha Baron-Cohen and Isla Fisher looked like the picture of happiness as they headed out for a sun-drenched date in Sydney on Friday – amid rumours they’re making a permanent move to Australia

Isla looked incredible in a patterned ankle-length dress, which she teamed with a casual pair of flat sandals.

She teamed her look with a pair of oversized sunglasses and an over-the-shoulder bag.

Her husband, who like her was also wearing a huge COVID-19 protective face mask, dressed in a white T-shirt, green shorts and white trainers.

He teamed his look with a cap to protect himself from the blazing Sydney sun.

Gorgeous: Isla looked incredible in a patterned ankle-length dress, which she teamed with a pair of flat sandals

Gorgeous: Isla looked incredible in a patterned ankle-length dress, which she teamed with a pair of flat sandals

Gorgeous: Isla looked incredible in a patterned ankle-length dress, which she teamed with a pair of flat sandals

Casual chic: Her husband, who like her was also wearing a huge COVID-19 protective face mask, dressed in a white T-shirt, green shorts and white trainers

Casual chic: Her husband, who like her was also wearing a huge COVID-19 protective face mask, dressed in a white T-shirt, green shorts and white trainers

Casual chic: Her husband, who like her was also wearing a huge COVID-19 protective face mask, dressed in a white T-shirt, green shorts and white trainers

Adorable: The Borat star and the Wedding Crashers actress looked loved-up as they enjoyed the blazing city heat, with Isla wrapping her hand around her husband's arm as they walked across the street

Adorable: The Borat star and the Wedding Crashers actress looked loved-up as they enjoyed the blazing city heat, with Isla wrapping her hand around her husband's arm as they walked across the street

Adorable: The Borat star and the Wedding Crashers actress looked loved-up as they enjoyed the blazing city heat, with Isla wrapping her hand around her husband's arm as they walked across the street

Adorable: The Borat star and the Wedding Crashers actress looked loved-up as they enjoyed the blazing city heat, with Isla wrapping her hand around her husband's arm as they walked across the street

Adorable: The Borat star and the Wedding Crashers actress looked loved-up as they enjoyed the blazing city heat, with Isla wrapping her hand around her husband’s arm as they walked across the street 

Their outing comes as speculation runs rife that the pair have followed in the footsteps of Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky, and made the move to live in Australia full-time.

Recently, the pair took the major and seemingly permanent step of enrolling their children at a school in Sydney, which happens to be the city where they first met back in 2002.   

Sacha and Isla, who tied the knot in 2010, share three children together, Olive, 12, Elula, nine, and Montgomery, five.

On Thursday, Isla was spotted picking up her children from their new school after working on her laptop at a nearby café.

New project: On Saturday, it was announced that Isla would be lending her voice to Netflix's new multi-million dollar animated movie 'Back To The Outback', where she'll play a friendly snake called Maddie

New project: On Saturday, it was announced that Isla would be lending her voice to Netflix's new multi-million dollar animated movie 'Back To The Outback', where she'll play a friendly snake called Maddie

New project: On Saturday, it was announced that Isla would be lending her voice to Netflix’s new multi-million dollar animated movie ‘Back To The Outback’, where she’ll play a friendly snake called Maddie 

Big step: Recently, the pair took the major and seemingly permanent step of enrolling their children at a school in Sydney, which happens to be the city where they first met back in 2002

Big step: Recently, the pair took the major and seemingly permanent step of enrolling their children at a school in Sydney, which happens to be the city where they first met back in 2002

Big step: Recently, the pair took the major and seemingly permanent step of enrolling their children at a school in Sydney, which happens to be the city where they first met back in 2002

Until recently, the notoriously private family were living in Los Angeles.

But after filming wrapped on Sacha’s latest mockumentary, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, it’s unclear if he has any more work in the pipeline in LA – particularly amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Meanwhile, Isla, who was raised in Perth from the age of six, has always dreamt of bringing up her children in Australia.

She told Marie Claire in 2018: ‘I have this secret fantasy of slowing down, moving to Byron Bay, getting off the grid and sitting on the sand with a Vegemite sandwich.’

The Scooby-Doo star added that it ‘isn’t easy’ raising children in LA, saying: ‘There’s not really a culture of bringing your kids to dinner parties or to restaurants past 6pm.

‘I tend to entertain at home because I want to be with my family – it’s easier to put your kids to bed and have a wine with friends.’ 

On Saturday, it was announced that Isla would be lending her voice to Netflix’s new multi-million dollar animated movie ‘Back To The Outback’, where she’ll play a friendly snake called Maddie.

The movie – which is described as a ‘love letter’ to Australia – will involve a wealth of local talent including Eric Bana, Keith Urban, Tim Minchin and Celeste Barber. 

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