Mr. and Mrs. Timberlake offer Sandy relief
Newlyweds seen handing out supplies in Queens after honeymoon
With their honeymoon over, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel got to work this weekend in New York.
The newlyweds were spotted making a post-wedding appearance in Far Rockaway, Queens, on Saturday, giving aid to those affected by Superstorm Sandy.
The New York Daily News reports that the Timberlakes - as actress Biel said she's going to take her new husband's last name after they tied the knot October 19 - were handing out backpacks filled with supplies to area residents, along with music producer (and Timberlake collaborator) Timbaland.
Clad in matching black coats, Justin, 31, and Jessica, 30, took some of those picking up supplies by surprise.
"Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake. Helping out in my hometown of Far Rockaway," wrote one on-the-scene photographer who shared the photo on Instagram. Another captioned their candid pic, "Yes. Yes Instagram that is Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel. #WHAT #OMG #YEA #HASHTAG."
The Timberlakes wed in Italy last month with a week full of festivities before jetting off to Tanzania for their honeymoon. Their global excursion didn't make them oblivious to what was happening back home, however, as the pair both shared their condolences for those impacted by Sandy via Twitter on November 1.
"Taking in the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy," Timberlake wrote. "My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone that was affected."
Those in Far Rockaway might've spotted another celebrity sighting over the weekend, as singer John Legend was also in the area.
"Went out to far rockaway this morning to view the aftermath of #sandy and distribute food," he posted Saturday. "Still no power out there. Keep giving.They need u."
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