Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen make the most of Australia’s Easter school holiday break as they spend time in Perth with their children
Isla Fisher has settled into life in Sydney, Australia after moving Down Under with her husband Sacha Baron Cohen and their children late last year.
Earlier this week, the A-List couple and their three children were spotted making the most of the local school holiday break with a trip to Perth.
Isla, who was raised in Perth, was pictured enjoying uninterrupted views of the city skyline at Crown Towers’ exclusive Crystal Club with her family.
Gone West! Hollywood power couple Isla Fisher, 45, and Sacha Baron Cohen, 49, have been spotted holidaying in Perth with their three children during the school holidays
The couple are understood to be visiting Isla’s family before the NSW school term starts up again on Monday.
Photos obtained by PerthNow, show the 45-year-old Wedding Crashers star in a peach-coloured blazer and a printed skirt.
Meanwhile, her Borat star husband attempted to go incognito in a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses as their children followed.
Returning to her roots: The couple are understood to be visiting Isla’s family before the NSW school holidays start up again on Monday
Isla is said to be very close with her family, recently describing her upbringing in Perth, Australia as ‘great’.
The Godmothered actress recently discussed making the move across the Pacific from Los Angeles with her family to Stellar magazine.
‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cosy, when I’m in Australia. It’s where I grew up,’ she said.
‘I’m the happiest when I’m home. I miss it when I’m not here. I don’t feel any pressure when I’m in Australia. I don’t have to say or do or be anything. I mean, I don’t even have to wear shoes,’ the Godmothered star added.
Family ties: Isla is said to be very close with her family, describing her upbringing in Perth, Australia as ‘great’
Isla shares three children with her comedian husband Sacha Baron Cohen, 49.
Isla and Sacha first met at a party in Sydney back in 2002. They tied the knot in Paris in 2010 after she converted to the Jewish faith.
The couple initially relocated Down Under temporarily to escape ‘Trump’s America’ at the end of last year.
Still going strong: Isla and Sacha (right) first met at a party in Sydney back in 2002. They tied the knot in Paris in 2010 after she converted to the Jewish faith