James Corden cuts a casual figure as he steps out with wife Julia and pals for a Santa Monica dinner

James Corden cuts a casual figure as he steps out with wife Julia and pals for a Santa Monica dinner… as he prepares to depart the Late Late Show

James Corden enjoyed a night out on Tuesday evening as he stepped out for dinner with his wife, Julia Carey, and pals in Santa Monica.

The 43-year-old cut a casual figure for the outing at Italian hotspot Giorgio Baldi, donning a pair of blue jeans and a black crew neck jumper.

The Californian outing comes as a return to the UK could be on the cards, as James is set to depart his role as host of the Late Late Show.

Night out: James Corden, 43, cut a casual figure on Tuesday evening as he stepped out with wife Julia and pals for a Santa Monica dinner

The talk show host added a pair of white Yeezy trainers, as he chatted with pals outside.

Julia also kept her look low key, matching her husband in a pair of blue jeans, which she paired with a white shirt and black blazer.

The beauty, who has been married to James since 2012, added a pair of simple black loafers.

She opted for a subtle look on her glowing complexion, as her blonde tresses were scooped away from her face in a bun.

Casual: The host donned a pair of blue jeans and a black crew neck jumper, with white Yeezy trainers

Casual: The host donned a pair of blue jeans and a black crew neck jumper, with white Yeezy trainers

Hometime!  James appeared to be the designated driver, as he flashed a smile to the camera while sitting behind the wheel, as the couple both appeared in high spirits

Home time! James appeared to be the designated driver, as he flashed a smile to the camera while sitting behind the wheel, as the couple both appeared in high spirits

Julia was snapped waving to others as they stood outside the restaurant, while her beau stood by her side.

The pair then stepped back into their car, with James appearing to be the designated driver, flashing a smile to the camera as he sat behind the wheel.

Late Late Show host James is currently filming for his last season of the show, as he is set to step down from the role.

Planning to spend more time in the UK, he has opted to leave at the end of season eight – despite the best efforts of network CBS executives, who exclusively told DailyMail.com that they ‘desperately tried to keep him for longer.’

Hey it's out!  James Corden will step down as the host of The Late Late Show at the end of next season

Hey it’s out! James Corden will step down as the host of The Late Late Show at the end of next season

The star and his wife of 10 years are reportedly mulling over a return to the UK with their three children Max, 11, Carey, seven, and Charlotte, four, but they are still trying to ‘figure out’ what’s next for the family.

An insider tells DailyMail.com that spending more time in the UK when the show ends is ‘definitely on the horizon’.

James told Deadline it’s been a difficult decision after enjoying such huge success.

‘It’s been it’s a really hard decision to leave because I’m so immensely proud of the show. I’m thrilled to be extending [for a year]. I always thought I’d do it for five years and then leave and then I stayed on. I’ve really been thinking about it for a long time, thinking whether there might be one more adventure.’

When asked if he plans to move home, the star said he and his wife ‘genuinely don’t know the answer to that’.

‘It’s something we think about and we talk about a lot but we haven’t really made a decision on that yet. That’s the life side of things which we’ll figure out,’ he added.

‘I love living here [in LA]. I love everything it’s given. My family and I have never taken this incredible adventure for granted. Every day I drive down Sunset to work and I just think I’m from High Wycombe.’

The next move: The couple are mulling over a return to the UK with three children Max, 11, Carey, seven, and Charlotte, four, but they are still trying to 'figure out' what they will do

The next move: The couple are mulling over a return to the UK with three children Max, 11, Carey, seven, and Charlotte, four, but they are still trying to ‘figure out’ what they will do

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