The married couple stepped out in New York City to prove they are still going strong after the bombshell Allen V. Farrow docuseries.
For those living under a rock, the 85-year-old filmmaker married his longtime girlfriend Mia Farrow's adoptive daughter in 1997, just five short years after splitting with The Great Gatsby star.
The beginning of their relationship was messy, to say the least -- but love prevails.
Woody and Soon-Yi were spotted talking a lovely stroll on Tuesday.
Soaking up the city sunshine, Farrow's adoptive 50-year-old daughter dressed for the summer.
She was photographed wearing a gray and white patterned dress with a somewhat matching bucket hat.
Slipping on sandals and accessorizing with a little black purse, Soon-Yi stayed a few strides ahead of her husband.
Woody looked healthy and still rocking his business attire, wearing khaki-colored pants, a white button-up shirt, his signature bucket hat, and black-rimmed glasses.
The Academy Award winner kept his head down as nearby photographers snapped away.
Despite being married for over two decades, controversy still surrounds the beginning of their relationship.
Woody took to Farrow's children after the two began dating in 1980.
Together, they adopted daughter Dylan — who accused Allen of molesting her when she was a child — and welcomed a biological child, Ronan Farrow.
In Allen v. Farrow, the actress alleged she found naked photos of Soon-Yi in the director's apartment.
According to Farrow, the relationship between Woody and Soon-Yi began when she was in High School; however, the moviemaker claims they started dating when she was in her first semester of college.
Soon-Yi rarely speaks out but chose to stand up for her relationship with Woody.
“I admit that it’s offbeat, but let’s not get hysterical. I’m not a retarded underage flower who was raped, molested and spoiled by some evil stepfather — not by a long shot," she told Newsweek in 1992.
Soon-Yi would later go on the defense again, but this time to address Dylan's molestation allegations about Woody.
She claimed that Farrow “has taken advantage of the #MeToo movement and paraded Dylan as a victim" in a 2018 in-depth interview with Vulture.
Dylan shot back at her sister's accusations, calling her statement “offensive” and saying it “only serves to revictimize me.”