Cole Hauser – who is best known for playing tough guy Rip on the hit series Yellowstone – took his family to Italy this week.
In new images shared to his Instagram page, the veteran Hollywood actor and his actress wife Cynthia Daniel were seen with their three children.
They were posing side by side as they bicycled their way through the Tuscany region. The 47-year-old star also posted shots of his sons and daughter as they seemed to enjoy the rural countryside. ‘Cruisin through Tuscany,’ wrote Cole in his caption.
The happy couple have two sons, Ryland, 18, and Colt, 14, and 10-year-old daughter, Steely Rose.
This comes amid questions about the end of season five of his hit show Yellowstone, which still does not have a release date.
Down time: Cole Hauser – who is best known for playing tough guy Rip on the hit series Yellowstone – took his family to Italy this week. Seen with his wife and three kids
He’s not in Montana anymore! Cole, left in Italy, and right on the set of Yellowstone
His on-screen love: Cole as Rip seen with Kelly Reilly as the fierce Beth Dutton on Yellowstone
Paramount Network has announced that the Duttons will be back with six more episodes for season five in the summer of 2023.
But there is no specific date set yet.
There also has been talk about how much involvement Kevin Costner may have as season five wraps.
And it is still not known if there will be a season six.
Cole made quite the impression in January when on the red carpet at the 80th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills.
The actor let his natural handsome looks shine in a black three piece suit with no tie.
On his arm was his blonde bombshell wife, Cynthia, who is best known for her work on Sweet Valley High from 1994 until 1997.
Cole and Cynthia have been wed since 2006.
The kids are all right: The happy couple have two sons, Ryland, 18, and Colt, 14, and 10-year-old daughter, Steely Rose
And a way we go! This image shows the family cycling through a small town with dirt roads
The beauty of it all: They made their way past Cyprus trees and lush lawns
At ease: One of his sons parked his bike by a stone wall as he took his helmet off
If Cynthia looks familiar, it is because she has a twin sister, actress Brittany Daniel who has a robust career with roles in Joe Dirt, White Chicks and The Game.
On Yellowstone, Cole has found his groove as he plays Rip Wheeler, a ranch hand on the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch.
Rip killed his father then was secretly taken in by land owner John Dutton, played by Costner, going on to become one of his most trusted confidantes.
Brittany was in the news last year for having a baby using her twin sister Cynthia’s donor egg.
His hot wife: Hauser made quite the impression when on the red carpet at the 80th annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills in January with his wife Cynthia Daniel
Just like Rip: Cole wore all black with no tie and a gold necklace on the carpet, left, and on the right he is seen with his spouse in the early 2000s
It came after cancer left her unable to get pregnant on her own.
After a gruesome battle with stage IV non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Brittany, 46, was told she may never be able to have children. And that’s when her twin sister, Cynthia, 46, stepped in.
The two women rose to fame after they starred as Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield in the 90s TV series Sweet Valley High.
And according to Cynthia, it was a no-brainer to donate her eggs to her twin sister, who she already ‘shared everything with.’
He has been in Hollywood for a long time: Cole seen far left with Casey Affleck, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon in Good Will Hunting in 1997
Twins: Cynthia and her sister Brittany rose to fame after they starred as Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield in the 90s TV series Sweet Valley High
‘I saw it as such a simple gift I could give to her. I know Brittany would do it in a split second for me. And we’ve always shared everything, so why not this?’ Cynthia told People Magazine during a recent interview.
‘We are so intertwined. Everything that’s hers is mine and everything that’s mine is hers,’ Brittany added.
Brittany and her husband, Adam Touni, welcomed their daughter, Hope Rose Touni, on October 24, 2021.
Sweet Valley High premiered in September 1994 and went on for four seasons before it went off the air in October 1997.
After it concluded, Brittany continued to act, starring in movies and TV shows like Dawson’s Creek, That ’70s Show, White Chicks, and more.
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