The Footloose star took to his Instagram with another one of those, this time featuring his wife showing off her best moves in what looked to be a more private moment.
While the two were relaxing at their impressive Connecticut farmhouse watching the Norwegian movie The Trip, Kyra couldn't resist the urge to get up and groove.
Blocking her husband's view of the TV, the 57-year-old brought the necessary quirky enthusiasm and goofy steps for the song "Fru Johnsen" by Inger Lise Rypdal, which many of their followers mistook for "Harper Valley PTA."
64-year-old Kevin was definitely amused, heard chuckling in the background and writing alongside his clip: "My wife is a Jack-in-the-box. She has a hard time sitting still. So if she's watching a movie and a song comes on, this happens."
Kyra quipped in the comments: "Damn.. I thought no one was watching!!" although fans of the couple were appreciative of the peek into their private life anyway.
One wrote: "The joy you two put into the world... Much love!" and another said: "And this is why you have a lasting Hollywood marriage. I think you are one lucky guy."
The couple are coming off a big high in the melding of their personal and professional lives given the release of their latest collaboration, Space Oddity.
Kyra's first full-length directorial venture was released in theaters and on streaming on March 31 and starred none other than her husband, alongside Kyle Allen, Alexandra Shipp, Simon Helberg, and Carrie Preston.
The sci-fi romantic-comedy was first released at the Tribeca Film Festival in June 2022, where the couple spoke exclusively with HELLO! about working together on the project.
Space Oddity is the third time the mother-of-two was able to direct her husband, following 2017's TV film Story of a Girl, also starring their daughter Sosie, 31, and an episode of Kevin's Showtime series City on a Hill.
Of the experience, she said: "It's always easy. He's a great actor, not much to tell him, you know, little tweaks here and there."
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