Sting cuts a casual figure alongside wife Trudie Styler as they enjoy a stroll in Las Vegas
An Englishman in Sin City! Sting, 71, is joined by his 29-year-old wife, Trudie Styler, 68, as they enjoy a romantic lunch in Las Vegas
They’ve been married for 30 years and together for 39 – but Sting and Trudie Styler are still on their honeymoon.
The couple were pictured on a romantic stroll in Las Vegas on Friday as they walked hand-in-hand.
Seen up close, the couple – who have four children together – went to Cipriani for lunch together before heading to their hotel.
Sting, real name Gordon Sumner, cut a casual figure in a navy blue tee and black pants.
He slung a navy blue sweater over his shoulder and carried a green duffel bag as he walked.
Closing: Sting and Trudie Styler were pictured on a romantic walk in Las Vegas on Friday as they walked hand-in-hand
His wife, an actress and film producer, wore a white T-shirt, beige V-neck sweater and baggy blue jeans.
She covered her face with sunglasses and carried her phone in her hand.
The couple arrived in front of Sting’s Las Vegas residence “My Songs” at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Sting began his 2019 world tour in Paris, but the global pandemic has prompted a number of postponements to his scheduled dates.
His 45-year-old musician son, Joe Sumner, who is part of the band Fiction Plane, was his support act.
Fans had the chance to hear the stars’ biggest hits, including “Message in a Bottle” and “Demolition Man.”
My Songs is Sting’s 14th studio album and features a track listing of new versions of some of the singer-songwriter’s most iconic numbers, including ‘Can’t Stand Losing You’ and ‘Walking on the Moon’.
British-born Sting rose to fame as the songwriter and bassist for new wave rockers The Police from 1977 to 1984, after which he left to pursue a solo career.
Day trip: Seen up close, the couple – who have four children together – went to Cipriani for lunch together before heading to their hotel
Performance: The couple arrived at Caesars Palace in front of Sting’s Las Vegas residence “My Songs” at the Colosseum
Back at it: Sting kicked off his 2019 world tour in Paris, but the global pandemic prompted a number of postponements to his scheduled dates
He has won 17 Grammys including Song of the Year for Every Breath You Take in 1984, three Brits and various other awards.
It comes after Sting sold its entire music catalog to Universal, reportedly worth £183million ($250million).
The publishing group now owns both his solo work and albums with The Police – including hits like Roxanne, Every Breath You Take and Fields Of Gold.
Universal Music Group (UMG), which has been the home label of the North Tyneside-raised musician throughout his career, will now represent both his song catalog and his recorded music catalogue.
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