Justin Hartley and Wife Chrishell Stause on Life as a Married Couple & Golden Globe Plans (Exclusive)

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Justin Hartley and Chrishell Stause are still reveling in the feeling of being newlyweds.

ET's Carly Steel caught up with the This Is Us star and his stunning wife at W Magazine's celebration of its "Best Performances" portfolio at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles on Thursday night, where they couldn't help but adoringly talk about life as a married couple.

"Spending time with my lovely wife," Hartley, 40, told ET about who he enjoys spending the most time with.

The couple tied the knot in a romantic ceremony at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, California, on Oct. 28. So how has life changed for the husband and wife?

"Honestly, the strange thing is, I don't know if this is good or bad, but it doesn't feel that different," Stause explained. "Our life is already so settled and amazing. It had more focus on it, but as far as when we go home, everything is the same."

"It's great. It's amazing," Hartley chimed in.

Meanwhile, the lovebirds are looking forward to the Golden Globes on Sunday. This Is Us is nominated in the Best Drama category and Chrissy Metz and Sterling K. Brown also received nominations.

"I have a few co-stars that I'm very, very fond of that I hope win and the show, of course, is the baby, so we're happy to be nominated," Hartley expressed. "But hopefully we bring home a trophy. We'll see what happens."

Before the ceremony, the two will "have a glass of champagne to calm everything down," Stause shared.

"We kind of put music on. It's really fun," she added. "I'm just excited. How many chances can you get and you have your husband nominated for a Golden Globe, so no matter the outcome, I will be the happiest person on the planet. I'm so proud of him."

Hartley will also be stepping out in a black suit as part of the Time's Up movement to show support and "solidarity" for women who have been victims of sexual harassment.

Earlier this week, host Seth Meyers also spoke with ET about how he would be addressing sexual misconduct at the ceremony. 

Here what he had to say in the video below.


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