Deborra-Lee Furness picks up some prime meat for dinner with husband Hugh ...

They have been cooking up a storm while in lockdown with their family during the COVID-19 pandemic.

And it looks like Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness were in for a treat on Monday evening. 

Deborra-Lee was seen arriving home from Lobel's of New York, a high-end Manhattan butcher that sells very expensive prime meats.

Steak night! Deborra-Lee Furness picked up some prime meat for dinner with husband Hugh Jackman on Monday

Steak night! Deborra-Lee Furness picked up some prime meat for dinner with husband Hugh Jackman on Monday 

The 64-year-old actress and producer carried several bags from the store as she returned to the couple's multi million dollar apartment.

Deborra-Lee dressed casually for her errands, wearing black leggings and a matching jumper.

She accessorised with a very expensive Hermes handbag and, of course, a protective face mask.

Hugh and Deborra-Lee had plenty to celebrate this week as Hugh's lauded television drama Bad Education won a Creative Arts Emmy for Outstanding Television Movie on Saturday.

Lucky Hugh! The 64-year-old actress and producer carried several bags from the store as she arrived at the couple's multi million dollar apartment

Lucky Hugh! The 64-year-old actress and producer carried several bags from the store as she arrived at the couple's multi million dollar apartment

Hugh was also nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie for his role in the show, but lost out to Mark Ruffalo for his performance in I Know This Much Is True.

Despite his loss, Hugh has received wide praise from fans and critics alike for his role as a corrupt school superintendent in Bad Education, with many calling it the actor's best performance yet.

In an interview with Variety, Hugh described the opportunity to portray real-life school superintendent Frank Tassone as 'fascinating'.

'The role itself was something different from what I've done. I liked the idea of someone who is super successful, very, very good at what he did, beloved by the community - and fell down this slippery path,' he said.

And he described playing the villain as 'delicious' during an interview with Collider.

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