Hilary Duff cuts a very casual figure in a crewneck sweater and matching leggings for solo coffee run in Los Angeles
The Lizzie McGuire star appeared to be taking it easy as she strolled along the city’s bustling sidewalks after grabbing her pick-me-up for the day.
The 33-year-old actress’ outing comes just over a month after she gave birth to her third child, daughter Mae James.
Stepping out: Hilary Duff was seen going on a solo coffee run in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon
Duff was seen wearing a black graphic-printed crewneck sweater that kept her comfortable in the warm springtime weather.
She continued her single-tone ensemble with a pair of matching leggings and a dual-tone set of Nike running shoes.
The Agent Cody Banks actress’ beautiful blonde hair was tied into a messy ponytail and draped onto the nape of her neck during her outing.
The singer wore a sizable pink facial covering to keep herself protected from COVID-19 while interacting with other people.
Comfy clothing: The Lizzie McGuire star wore a black crewneck sweater and matching leggings while getting her pick-me-up
Taking precaution: The performer wore a sizable pink facial covering to keep herself protected from COVID-19 while spending time around other people
Although she typically maintains a packed schedule as an actress and a singer, Duff has been taking time off to raise her newborn daughter, Mae.
The actress shares her newest daughter, who arrived late last month, with her husband Matthew Koma, whom she married in 2019.
The couple welcomed an older daughter named Banks Violet, aged two, a year before they made their union official.
Adding another: Duff recently welcomed a newborn daughter with her second husband, songwriter Matthew Koma
Duff also shares a son named Luca Cruz, aged nine, with her ex husband, Mike Comrie.
The actress and the former professional ice hockey player tied the knot in 2010, although they eventually separated and finalized their divorce six years later.
In July of last year, Duff spoke to PopSugar and talked about how spending time at home with her family during the pandemic has caused her to reevaluate her scheduling practices.
Big family: While she shares an older daughter with her singer-songwriter spouse, she also welcomed a son during her marriage to her first husband, Mike Comrie
She said, ‘The days seem really never-endingly long, and I’m like, “How many times can we go for a walk, or swim, or set up an obstacle course in the backyard?”‘
The singer went on to note that she has learned how to teach her children about the business of her own life and how she is pushing them to learn about managing their time.
‘It’s been liberating to tell them both “no,” you know? I have no problem being like, “Actually I need to take 20 minutes, and I’m going to read something, or I’m going to return emails, and you both do this. And then we’ll make a plan to do this,”‘ she said.
Setting boundaries: During an interview with PopSugar, Duff noted that it has ‘been liberating’ to teach her children about setting boundaries and managing their time