By Daily Mail Reporter
Enjoying the scenery: Ricky Gervais and his long term girlfriend Jane Fallon sipped on white wine and ate lunch at a Primrose Hill cafe
With London’s temperatures soaring to 25 degrees today, it was no wonder that James Corden and Ricky Gervais wanted to enjoy the sunshine with their partners.
But they weren’t expecting to bump into each other at a Primrose Hill café, where Gervais was enjoying a bite to eat with long-term girlfriend Jane Fallon.
Corden and his fiancée Julia Carey were taking their baby son Max for a stroll in north London when they noticed the Ghost Town funnyman having a spot of lunch.
Fancy seeing you here! James Corden and Julia Carey noticed the funnyman as they strolled by with baby Max
The Gavin and Stacey star, 32, quickly ran over to Gervais, 49, to say hello and show off his one-month-old son Max.
Both couples leaned over the pram to take a look at Max and admire the adorable youngster, who was born on March 22.
James and Julia had been soaking up the sunshine on Good Friday too, and took Max to Primrose Hill on the Bank holiday.
During his day in the sun today, Corden tweeted: ‘I love Saturdays that feel like Sundays. Does that make sense? X’
Admiration: The two couples gazed at baby Max in his pram, who is one-month-old
Now where were we? The couple got back to lunching after the surprise visit from his fellow comedian
On both park days, Corden decided to wear a dark T-Shirt and knee-length shorts, while Julia pulled out a white summer dress on Friday and little white shorts today.
While Ricky also opted for a black T-shirt alongside his running shoes that he wore out to lunch.
He and his girlfriend of 29 years sipped on white wine to celebrate the early summer weather.
Meanwhile, Gervais recently told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show that he doesn’t understand why people would want to watch Kate Middleton and Prince William exchange vows next week.
Family day out: James Corden, Julia Carey and baby Max take a stroll around Primrose Hill
Just one please: The couple bought some bread from a local bakery for to accompany their meal
When speaking about the Royal wedding at its media coverage, the comedian said: ‘Ugh God, I’m trying to avoid it.
‘I don’t even go to my friends’ weddings. Who’s sitting at home on a sunny day watching two people who they will never meet get married.
'I don’t think I’ll be watching it… I’m sure I’ve got something better to do that day… [also] I don’t think I’m a wedding person.’
Sun lovers: James Corden and Julia also took their son Max to Primrose Hill in North London on Good Friday for some fresh air