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Naomi Watts steps out with her dog after sharing sadness about not attending Penguin Bloom premiere

Naomi Watts steps out in chilly New York with her rescue dog Izzy after being left heartbroken about not being able to attend the Penguin Bloom premiere in sunny Australia

She was left heartbroken that she could not travel to Australia for the premiere of her film Penguin Bloom due to COVID-19 restrictions.

And on Sunday, Naomi Watts was spotted taking a stroll in chilly New York City with her rescue dog Izzy. 

The 52-year-old looked effortlessly chic as she made her way around the trendy suburb of Tribeca. 

Day out: Naomi Watts (right), 52, has been seen publicly for the first time since voicing her heartbreak about not being able to attend the premiere of her film, Penguin Bloom, from her home in the United States. Pictured with her rescue dog, Izzy

The blonde bombshell kept warm with a cream scarf, long jacket, blue frayed jeans and sneakers.

The actress paired her outfit with a nude leather cross body bag, grey face mask and similar-coloured sweater underneath her coat.

Naomi’s hair was left out and she appeared to be makeup free for the chilly outing.

She briskly walked down a street, casually texting on her phone as her pooch led her around a corner. 

Family time: On Sunday, Naomi looked effortlessly chic as she stepped out with her rescue dog, Izzy, in Tribeca - a neighbourhood of New York City

Family time: On Sunday, Naomi looked effortlessly chic as she stepped out with her rescue dog, Izzy, in Tribeca – a neighbourhood of New York City

Outfit details: The blonde bombshell kept warm with a cream scarf, long jacket, blue frayed jeans and sneakers

Outfit details: The blonde bombshell kept warm with a cream scarf, long jacket, blue frayed jeans and sneakers 

What else did she wear? The actress paired her outfit with a nude leather cross body bag, grey face mask and similar-coloured sweater underneath her coat

What else did she wear? The actress paired her outfit with a nude leather cross body bag, grey face mask and similar-coloured sweater underneath her coat

Finer details: Naomi's hair was out and she appeared to be makeup free for the chilly outing

Finer details: Naomi’s hair was out and she appeared to be makeup free for the chilly outing

Izzy was on a bright pink lead and appeared to be overjoyed about being out of the house.

They strolled down another street, before Naomi adjusted her face mask while walking against the wind.

Naomi was left heartbroken when she could not travel to Australia for the premiere of Penguin Bloom due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions.

Quick pace: She briskly walked down a street, casually texting on her phone, as her pooch led her around a corner

Quick pace: She briskly walked down a street, casually texting on her phone, as her pooch led her around a corner 

Outing: Izzy was on a bright pink lead and appeared to be overjoyed about being out of the house

Outing: Izzy was on a bright pink lead and appeared to be overjoyed about being out of the house

COVID-19 safe: They strolled down another street, before Naomi was spotted adjusting her face mask and walking against the wind

COVID-19 safe: They strolled down another street, before Naomi was spotted adjusting her face mask and walking against the wind

Spotted: Her outing follows admitting she was heartbroken she could not travel to Australia for the premiere of Penguin Bloom due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions

Spotted: Her outing follows admitting she was heartbroken she could not travel to Australia for the premiere of Penguin Bloom due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions

'It doesn't feel great to not be there and share the experience with all of those people and the Blooms of course as well,' she told The Daily Telegraph's Confidential on January 19

‘It doesn’t feel great to not be there and share the experience with all of those people and the Blooms of course as well,’ she told The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential on January 19

‘It doesn’t feel great to not be there and share the experience with all of those people and the Blooms of course as well,’ she told The Daily Telegraph’s Confidential on January 19.

The Australian star resides in Big Apple with her two sons – Sasha, 12, and Kai, 11 – where she amicably raises them alongside her former partner, Liev Schreiber. 

Penguin Bloom is based on the true story of a paralysed woman’s life-saving relationship with a magpie. 

New film: Penguin Bloom is based on the true story of a paralysed woman's life-saving relationship with a magpie. Naomi plays the character of Sam Bloom in the movie

New film: Penguin Bloom is based on the true story of a paralysed woman’s life-saving relationship with a magpie. Naomi plays the character of Sam Bloom in the movie

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