Hilary Duff goes on a stroll with her family in frigid New York City after emerging from quarantine following coronavirus exposure
Taking to the streets of New York for a stroll, the 33-year-old actress looked happy to be spending time with husband Matthew Koma and their two-year-old daughter Banks as well as her eight-year-old son Luca.
The pregnant actress hid her growing bump underneath a stylish grey and yellow plaid coat as she and her family enjoyed a relaxing Saturday taking in the city energy.
Reunited: Hilary Duff, 33, steps out with her family for a day of activities in New York City only recently reuniting with them after enduring a self-quarantine due to her exposure to Coronavirus earlier this month
Bracing for a day of adventure in the chilly air, Duff sported a blue sweater under her coat keeping warm with a grey beanie as she pushed Banks in a stroller.
With a pair of mustard converse strapped to her feet she seemed keen for a day outside after an isolating couple of weeks.
Son Luca was bundled in a flannel, hoodie and vest for added warmth while he rode a scooter with a blue helmet tucked over his white beanie.
Koma kept it casual in jeans and a green bomber jacket throwing his platinum locks under a backwards cap while walking beside Duff.
On guard: Removing her mask for a brief moment after her Coronavirus scare she took a sip of her beverage and kept an eye on Luca who was gliding around on two wheels
Taking no chances when it came to stepping out in public for the first time in a while, the whole family wore face coverings while passing by hoards of people on the street.
Removing her mask for a brief moment after her Coronavirus scare she took a sip of her beverage and kept an eye on Luca who was gliding around on two wheels.
Later she took to her Instagram story to share that she was exhausted as she wrote, ‘The kids won today,’ as she laid in bed.
Though she has yet to address her final test results or if her family had been exposed, she has been working for the past few months around the city with a hefty production crew while filming the show.
City stroll: The Younger actress and her husband of a year looked happy to be reunited and enjoy the long holiday weekend with their family
Walk and talk: Foster and Duff were seen preparing to film a scene for their show just three days before Hilary announced her exposure; pictured November 18th
Even as productions have taken extreme safety precautions which include isolated talent holding quarters, mandatory mask wearing on set and frequent testing, the rampant nature of the virus has continued to shut down filming in both Los Angeles and NYC.
The actress had been seen on set a few days prior with costar Sutton Foster as they talked through face coverings before removing them to film a scene as permitted by CDC guidelines.
Only revealing her exposure on social media on November 21st Duff wrote, ‘Exposed to covid Quarantine day 2 Fml,’ with a selfie from the basement where she was isolating.
She continued to take to Instagram to share that her family was leaving her ‘sweet treats outside her door’ and also that she was finding comfort in her growing belly as she and Koma expect their second child together.
Turn of events: Duff who has been filming on set around NYC was exposed to the virus, forcing her to quarantine in her basement for precautionary measure; November 21st
Companion: Her growing belly made her feel less alone as she and her husband of a year prepare to welcome their second child together; pictured November 23rd
Rapid results: After getting a rapid test last Tuesday Duff shared that she was ‘negative’ as she embraced her kids
Last Tuesday she shared a photo of her with her children as she wrote, ‘NOT TOTALLY IN THE CLEAR BUT LOOKING POSITIVE AND BY THAT I MEAN NEGATIVE!,’ after filming herself getting a rapid test earlier in the day.
Duff’s first public outing with her family came on Thursday night as she wished everyone a ‘Happy Thanksgiving,’ while adding that they were ‘1 or 2 celebrations away from getting out of 2020,’ as she hoped for a brighter future.
She called the ability to be with her family, ‘the greatest gift of all,’ after a scary week, and the family posed for a holiday selfie along the river.
Thankful: After being apart from her family she was thankful to be spending the holiday with her crew who she called ‘the greatest gift of all’; pictured Thursday