And Jude Law looked as loved-up as ever with girlfriend Phillipa Coan as they strolled arm in arm around London on Saturday.
The Young Pope star, 44, refused to stray from the pretty psychologist's side as they headed out with his son Rudy and father Peter.
The Law Commission is proposing dramatic reforms to “complex and inaccessible” sentencing law to reduce costly errors and delays in the judicial process.
The body, which advises the Government on law in England and Wales, said justice is currently reliant on a “proliferation” of laws over 1,300 pages long and dating back to the 1300s.
Besides the rising of the sun and the ebbing of the tides, there is perhaps nothing more constant and recurring throughout the generations as young love.
However, for some teenagers in Texas and nationwide, young love can land them a lengthy jail sentence, due to the sex crimes laws on the books.
“All this lies against a backdrop of an over-worked and under-resourced criminal justice system, where the average time from the charging of an offence to its final disposal in the crown court is 245 days, and the average waiting time for an appeal …
As the age of consent in this particular state is 16, which the girlfriend was not, the 18-year-old pleaded guilty to criminal sexual misconduct and was sentenced to one year in jail plus three years' probation.Whilst the pair may only have had eyes for each other, they soon broke apart to spend time with Jude's family.Rudy is Jude's youngest son with ex-wife Sadie Frost.Sartorially in sync with her boyfriend, Phillipa also opted for an all-black ensemble.
Allowing her natural beauty to shine through, she also went make-up free for the outing, whilst her golden locks were swept back in a ponytail.In an ironic twist, parents across the nation are fighting against the very laws that are designed to protect their children.