Sean Penn has casual parking lot picnic with wife Leila George in LA
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Sean Penn recently rang in his first new year with his new wife, after getting hitched over the summer.

And the two-time Academy Award winner is keeping it spontaneous with his young bride in 2021.

He kept it casual Saturday in a black bomber jacket, as he enjoyed a parking lot picnic on the bed of his truck with wife Leila George in their upscale Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.

The 60-year-old completed the look with khaki cargo shorts, matching combat boots and a black trucker cap, printed with the logo of his nonprofit CORE.

He stood behind the truck, as he ate lunch with George, 28, who sat on the open tailgate of the truck.

Penn tied the knot with the Mortal Engines actress in late July, after they began dating back in 2016.

He confirmed the news on Late Night with Seth Meyers: 'We did a COVID wedding. By that I mean it was a county commissioner on Zoom and we were at the house with my two children and her brother, and we did it that way.'

The Fast Times at Ridgemont High actor said he didn't mind not having guests at the social-distanced nuptials: 'Let's say there are socially-liberating factors under COVID.'

He was previously married to Robin Wright, 54, from 1996 to 2010, and they share daughter Dylan Frances, 29, and son Hopper Jack, 27.

Before that, he shared a turbulent romance with Madonna, 62, to whom he was married from 1985 to 1989. 

Penn and his new bride have been offering free COVID testing through his organization Community Organized Relief Effort.

They launched their first free drive-through test site in Los Angeles back in March, and they've since administered more than 3.3million tests across the country.

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