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Brooke Shields stays warm in a fuzzy jacket as she strolls around Manhattan’s West Village

Brooke Shields stays warm in a fuzzy jacket as she strolls around NYC after wrapping a Netflix film in Scotland

Brooke Shields stayed warm in a short fuzzy coat as she strutted around Manhattan’s West Village, just after recently returning home from shooting her latest film in Scotland. 

Looking effortlessly stylish as she battled the cold on Sunday, the 55-year-old actress showcased her trim figure in a pair of skinny jeans and a plain grey t-shirt. 

As the supermodel strutted down the sidewalk with a chic Louis Vuitton cross-body, she sported a hunter green face mask amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  

Bundled up: Brooke Shields stayed warm in a short fuzzy coat as she strutted around Manhattan’s West Village, after recently returning home from filming her latest film in Scotland

For her outing, she kept her voluminous and healthy-looking brown locks down and rocked a pair of tan UGG boots.  

On Friday, Brooke managed to get home safe and sound to her beloved dog Tenley after revealing that she muddled through several travel mishaps.

‘Made it home after a snow storm and cancelled flights and look who was waiting for me… my buddy Tenley,’ she penned on Instagram. 

The star posted two photos of the small spotted dog waiting for her at the door and then curled up in his bed near their Christmas tree.

Casual: Looking effortlessly stylish as she battled the cold on Sunday, the the 55-year-old actress showcased her trim figure in a pair of skinny jeans and a plain grey t-shirt

Casual: Looking effortlessly stylish as she battled the cold on Sunday, the the 55-year-old actress showcased her trim figure in a pair of skinny jeans and a plain grey t-shirt

Staying safe: As the supermodel strutted down the sidewalk with a chic Louis Vuitton crossbody, she sported a hunter green face mask amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Staying safe: As the supermodel strutted down the sidewalk with a chic Louis Vuitton crossbody, she sported a hunter green face mask amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

It looked like Brooke wasted no time after getting back before she started to deck the halls in her home. 

She shared a selfie in front of her full and festive tree that was sparkling with white twinkle lights and covered in cherished ornaments.

Wearing her eyeglasses, the makeup free star smirked in the snap with her sandy toned hair swept back in a messy bun.

‘House and tree done…. it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas,’ she captioned the post which included a look at her front door covered in lit greenery.

Home for the holidays: Brooke Shields wrapped up shooting her Netflix Christmas movie and headed home - through 'a snow storm and cancelled flights' - to start decorating for the holidays, the star revealed on Instagram

Home for the holidays: Brooke Shields wrapped up shooting her Netflix Christmas movie and headed home – through ‘a snow storm and cancelled flights’ – to start decorating for the holidays, the star revealed on Instagram

'Made it home after a snow storm and cancelled flights and look who was waiting for me... my buddy Tenley,' she penned on Instagram.

‘Made it home after a snow storm and cancelled flights and look who was waiting for me… my buddy Tenley,’ she penned on Instagram.

Shields has been getting into the holiday spirit for weeks now, while filming a holiday flick for Netflix titled A Castle for Christmas.

The actress was on location in Scotland to shoot the rom-com, alongside star Carey Elwes.

Production began in September on the film, which sees Shields play a famous author who travels abroad to buy a castle from a Scottish Duke who doesn’t want to sell, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Eventually, the pair work to find a compromise, ‘but along the way they just may find more than they bargained for,’ as they butt heads and possibly find love.

The six-week shoot was filmed as the coronavirus pandemic raged on, but the cast and crew of A Castle for Christmas were tested regularly for the deadly virus. 

Keeping safe: The actress has been getting back and forth to Scotland to shoot her upcoming holiday rom-com for Netflix, A Castle for Christmas, alongside star Carey Elwes

Keeping safe: The actress has been getting back and forth to Scotland to shoot her upcoming holiday rom-com for Netflix, A Castle for Christmas, alongside star Carey Elwes

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