Jessica looked chic in a grey coat and jeans, wrapped up from the cold in a blur scarf. Meanwhile her Sexyback singer husband was equally casual in a black coat and beanie hat. The pair looked just like any other couple enjoying each other's company on a chilly winter's day.
Jessica has been spilling the beans on how their bond has changed since the pair tied the knot. And though she's sure the couple's relationship is different, she can't quite put her finger on how.
"It's funny. It feels like nothing's changed and yet everything's changed. It's kind of that intangible thing you can't quite put your finger on," she revealed on US talk show Good Morning America.
"But I like the idea of having a partner in crime. I guess the word 'husband' is pretty amazing. It's so fun to say, 'This is my husband!' "
The brunette beauty told Ellen DeGeneres that being married feels "incredible" and that she loves the fact she has someone to share chores with. "You have this partner who's gonna be with you... and also change light bulbs, and do dishes with you," she explained.
As the pair approach their first Christmas as man and wife they're looking forward to winding down and spending some quality time with loved ones. "I think we're pretty much going to do the same things we do every year: hang out with our family and be very mellow," she says.
Justin and Jessica got hitched in October during an intimate Italian wedding at the magnificent Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia. Speaking exclusively to HELLO!, Justin revealed he had serenaded his bride to the altar.
"I figured if there was something I was going to be able to offer, it would be to sing her down the aisle. Grown men were weeping. Hopefully it's because I didn't sound bad."
The couple also explained why they chose Italy ("We love to eat!") and how they were "so excited to have this moment and share it with our family and friends," who included close pals comedian Jimmy Fallon, SNL star Andy Samberg, musician Timbaland and Jessica's 7th Heaven co-star Beverley Mitchell.
For their honeymoon, the newlyweds enjoyed African wildlife- they were spotted in Kilimanjaro International airport in Tanzania just two days after their big day. The pair reportedly stayed at the luxurious Sasakwa Lodge and enjoyed adventurous game drives with professional guides and a picturesque hot air balloon safari across the sprawling plains of the Serengeti.
By the beginning of November, the couple were back in America, where they were seen helping out those affected by Superstorm Sandy in New York. The stars, along with producer Timbaland, gave out relief backpacks and blankets from the back of trucks for nearly four hours.