Zoe Saldana shared a hilarious selfie with her husband, Marco Perego while wearing colorful and animated make-up on their faces during a fan activity with their family while under quarantine.
Zoe Saldana and her husband, Marco Perego, had some fun over the weekend when they decided to give each other a colorful makeover while quarantined with their family.
In the hilarious selfie, the couple had their faces covered in glittering eye showdown, bright red lips. Zoe even had a mustache and goatee beard drawn on her face.
Zoe had just ended her 11-year relationship with her ex-fiancé, Keith Britton, in 2011 when she married Marco in 2013.
The couple had been friends for several years before tying the knot. They made their relationship official when Marco accompanied Zoe to the premiere of her movie, "Star Trek: Into the Darkness."
Zoe toldMarie Claire
that when she met her Marco, she immediately knew that they were meant to be together.
She admitted that she followed her instinct and explained, "I met my husband, I wasn't going to try it out and see if it works. No, I felt it. I went with the feeling."
The "Avatar" star has a very unconventional marriage. Shortly after they married in secret, Marco decided that he wanted to take his wife's last name.
Zoe admitted that at first, she tried to persuade him not to use her name because she was worried that he would become emasculated by his Latin American community and other artists in his industry.
She revealed that Marco didn't care about how people would receive the news, and he took her last name.
They have introduced their progressive values in their home and applied them to their daily lives when it comes to raising their three sons, Zen Bowie and Cy.
It is reported, the supportive couple is raising their boys in a gender-neutral environment. Zoe shared that she thinks it is important to reinvent traditional gender roles.
She and Marco take on all tasks in their home, whether there are traditionally meant for men or women. She said she wants her children to see them both break typical stereotypes.