Dennis Quaid, 66, and fiancee Laura Savoie, 29, spotted in Brentwood

Dennis Quaid, 66, and fiancee Laura Savoie, 26, spotted wearing matching outfits as they visit a friend in Brentwood

Dennis Quaid and his fiancee Laura Savoie rocked slightly matching outfits as they headed out on Tuesday.

The 66 year old actor and his 26-year-old fiancee were spotted out while visiting a friend in Brentwood.

While Quaid was not seen with a face mask on Savoie was seen slipping a blue face mask on as she walked with her fiancee.

Dennis out: Dennis Quaid and his fiancee Laura Savoie rocked slightly matching outfits as they headed out on Tuesday

Quaid was all smiles while wearing a bright white button-down shirt over light blue jeans as he took a stroll while holding a few items.

The Innerspace star had a pair of red sunglasses perched atop his head with a wristwatch peeking under the left sleeve of his shirt.

He completed his look with a pair of black shoes with white soles as he walked to see his friend.

Laura’s look: Savoie rocked a slightly matching look with a short-sleeved white blouse that was tied up to reveal her midriff

Savoie rocked a slightly matching look with a short-sleeved white blouse that was tied up to reveal her midriff.

She wore skin-tight light blue jeans and blue and tan platform shoes as she walked while putting a blue face mask on with black sunglasses on top of her head.

She was also seen carrying a bag from CVS and a bouqet of flowers, while Dennis’ bulldog Peaches was seen walking behind her.

Praise: Their outing comes just weeks after Quaid came under fire after praising President Trump for his handling of the coronavirus outbreak

Their outing comes just weeks after Quaid came under fire after praising President Trump for his handling of the coronavirus outbreak.

‘Well, to tell you the truth, I think the president is handling it in a good way,’ he said in an interview with The Daily Beast.

‘We see him on television every day, he’s involved, and the travel ban early on was a great idea—which he did in spite of protest about that,’ he added.

Good way: ‘Well, to tell you the truth, I think the president is handling it in a good way,’ he said in an interview with The Daily Beast 

Those comments about President Trump came just weeks after Quaid and Savoie were forced to postpone their own wedding.

However, the nuptials were not postponed due to the coronavirus itself but, according to US Weekly sources, were due to ‘travel issues’ they faced.

The actor popped the question to Savoie in October 2019, at Turtle Bay in Oahu, Hawaii. 

Postponed: Those comments about President Trump came just weeks after Quaid and Savoie were forced to postpone their own wedding

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