They’re no doubt still in the honeymoon phase after tying the knot in Mexico in December.
And on Wednesday, Karl Stefanovic and wife Jasmine Yarbrough enjoyed a date night out at the Post Malone concert in Sydney.
It seemed the pair certainly lived it up on the night, watching the show from a private suite at Qudos Bank Arena, with the former Today host, 44, sipping a beer.
Living it up! Karl Stefanovic (L) sipped a beer as he and new wife Jasmine Yarbrough (centre) watched Post Malone’s Sydney show on Wednesday from a private suite at Qudos Bank Arena (pictured right is pal Tim Blackwell)
The duo enjoyed the night with good friend and Nova radio star, Tim Blackwell, with Tim taking to Instagram on Wednesday to share a snap from the night.
In the snap, the duo smile from the suite, with a friend cheekily putting his finger in Tim’s nose.
‘PICK of the night,’ Tim captioned the post.
Headliner: American rapper and singer Post Malone is currently touring Australia (pictured in concert in Melbourne last month)
In the snap, Karl sits down holding his beer, wearing a navy and red flannelette shirt.
Shoe designer Jasmine wore a long sleeve black top and jeans, with her long hair out and over her shoulders.
Tim also shared a video of Karl bopping to the music on the night, with Jaden Smith being the opening act for Post.
Newlyweds: They’re no doubt still in the honeymoon phase after tying the knot in Mexico in December
Karl and Jasmine – who are based in Sydney – tied the knot in Cabo, Mexico, in December in lavish four-day celebrations held at the luxurious One and Only Palmilla resort.
On New Year’s Eve, Jasmine shared a sweet snap of herself embracing and kissing Karl in Mexico, ahead of their nuptials, saying that ‘2018 was dream town.’
‘We were surrounded by so much love I still have butterflies in my tummy thinking about it,’ Jasmine added in part of her Instagram post.
Looking back: On New Year’s Eve, Jasmine shared a sweet snap of herself embracing and kissing Karl in Mexico, ahead of their nuptials, saying that ‘2018 was dream town’