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San Diego

Sylvester Stallone took his real-life leading ladies on a Wednesday evening stroll after dining on French fare at Brasserie des Art restaurant in Saint-Tropez.

The 68-year-old Italian stallion beamed as he escorted wife Jennifer Flavin and their daughters Sistine, 16 - who linked arms with a gal pal - and Sophia, who turns 18 next month. The two-time Oscar nominee sported a noticeably bronzed complexion in his blue collared jumper and black jeans. Sistine opted for a LBD, Sophia rocked leather shorts, and Jennifer - who turns 46 next month - wore a plunging lace number. Sly and the Serious Skincare co-founder celebrated their 17th wedding anniversary last May.

The two-time Golden Globe nominee has Flavin’s likeness tattooed on his biceps alongside three roses representing his princesses. Not seen Wednesday was Stallone’s youngest Scarlet, 12, who makes her acting debut as ‘Sassy Young Girl’ in his upcoming film Reach Me. The Kickstarter-funded dramedy - due out October 24 - also features Danny Aiello, Kelsey Grammer, and Kyra Sedgwick.

The aging action hero once revealed all three of his daughters frequently get embarrassed by him. ‘When I give them advice they say, “Why would I listen to you?” I say, “Look at the house you’re living in and look at the school you’re going to - I must know something!”‘ the Grudge Match star told ShortList last year.

‘“Yeah, but you don’t know about modern stuff, Dad – and you’re not as funny as you think you are.”‘ Stallone continued: ‘In the movies, I kill guys with an axe.

In real life, I can’t control a 10-year-old girl. My daughters ask to be dropped off a block away. ‘I say, “Are you kidding? You have Rocky and Rambo for a father - everybody loves me!” They’re embarrassed.’

Sylvester - born Michael - is also father to two grown sons with ex-wife Sasha Czack, one of which (Sage) tragically passed away from a heart attack in 2012. Last weekend, the eighties icon’s Expendables 3 co-stars Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture, Wesley Snipes, and Kellan Lutz greeted Comic-Con fans in San Diego. Sly reprises his role as Barney Ross in the testosterone-laced action three-quel - due out August 15 - alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson, and Harrison Ford.