Their Audible podcast series, Coupledom, is set to premiere on June 24, with a full line of S’able Labs branded wellness products coming out later this year.
And in a new interview, Idris Elba, 48, and wife Sabrina, 33, have detailed how their marriage is ‘forever growing and changing and evolving’.
The newlyweds explained that they are ‘learning every day’ and wanted to share their experience with others by openly delving into their relationship.
A journey: In a new interview, Idris Elba, 48, and wife Sabrina, 33, have detailed how their marriage is ‘forever growing and changing and evolving’
The couple – who tied the knot in April 2019 – are gearing up for the launch of S’able Labs, a new lifestyle brand focused on relationship, with a podcast at its centre.
Speaking to People, Idris explained that, how after two previous marriages: ‘I had famously said I’d never get married again and here I was about to marry Sabrina, and we really got into questioning why.’
After meeting Sabrina in 2017 at a Vancouver jazz bar, the actor gushed: ‘We started dating and I fell head over heels. ‘Everyone was like, ‘Hey man, you seem so much happier.’
‘I didn’t realize I was, but the truth is that it really sparked a lot of conversations around how a partnership can bring out the best in you.’
Beginnings: The newlyweds explained that they are ‘learning every day’ and wanted to share their experience with others by openly delving into their relationship (Pictured in April 2019)
Speaking of why they decided to delve into their relationship on a podcast, he insisted: ‘We’re learning every day that sharing is a good thing.’
Sabrina described their marriage as ‘forever growing and changing and evolving,’ explaining that they’re not just newly weds but also new business partners.
She gushed: ‘Idris is my best friend. I want to be around this guy every day of my life, so it’s really great to be able to see what that morphs into.’
The actor added: ‘I’d say we’re in a good place. It was a challenging year, but ultimately, when you look to the side and you’ve got someone that’s been there, ride or die, that’s really comforting.’
Life partners: ‘Idris is my best friend. I want to be around this guy every day of my life, so it’s really great to be able to see what that morphs into’ gushed Sabrina
The couple have previously said that they aim to make their Sable Labs brand a ‘global community that celebrates partnerships of all kinds – romantic couples, business partners, creative duos, long standing friends, family ties and much more.’
Speaking in February on a video shared to the brand’s new website, Idris said: ‘We’ve started something called Sable Labs – that’s Elba’s backwards!
‘We believe if we can create a Coupledom community, we can share our experiences and help each other communicate better, and achieve more.’
Sabrina continued: ‘We’d love to explore couples and relationships of all kinds under the topic of Coupledom – which is two people coming together to make a shared dream a reality.
Head over heels: Idris met Sabrina in 2017 at a Vancouver jazz bar (Pictured in 2017)
‘My hope is that by listening to other partnerships, people will recognise themselves and their own relationships, finding common ground that they can apply to their own lives.
‘We hope that Coupledom becomes an inspiring space to help one another grow.’
The couple exchanged vows at the Ksar Char Bagh hotel in Marrakesh surrounded by 150 of their nearest and dearest in April 2019.
Speaking of his decision to wed Sabrina, the British actor admitted: ‘We’ve been literally inseparable since we met. Inseparable.
He then detailed how the former beauty queen had changed his outlook on marriage, Sabrina has deepened friendships with people I’ve known longer than [her], nurturing the best side of me to make me connect to my friends more.’
Love: The pair exchanged vows at the Ksar Char Bagh hotel in Marrakesh surrounded by 150 of their nearest and dearest in April 2019 (pictured at the Met Gala in 2019)