Hilary Duff oozes style in a white tank top and cream pants
Hilary Duff oozes style in a white tank top and cream pants as she steps out for breakfast with her kids
Hilary Duff oozed style as she stepped out for lunch with her kids in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The actress, 34, flaunted her toned arms in a baby pink tank top and cream high-waisted pants in the Studio City area.
The How I Met Your Father star brushed out her hair, wore trainers for easy maneuverability with the kids and appeared to be wearing minimal makeup.
Casual chic: Hilary Duff, 34, looks casual chic in cream pants, sneakers and a light pink tank top who showed off her toned arms in Los Angeles on Saturday
Her daughter, Banks, three, looked adorable in a pink top, pink and white striped shorts and pink sneakers. Her hair was styled in a high bun at the top of her head.
The Younger star was spotted holding her youngest, one-year-old Mae, in a pink and white gingham baby carrier.
The little one was dressed in shades of gold and carried orange potties and held a stuffed animal.
Breakfast: The actress took her three children to lunch in the Studio City neighborhood, seen here with her daughter Banks, three, looking adorable in a pink and white outfit
The Tyke appeared to be feeling better since his concerned mother’s message on Wednesday that the toddler had been diagnosed with the Hand, Foot and Mouth virus.
Hilary also has a 10-year-old son, Luca, with her ex-husband, Mike Comrie.
The busy wife, mother and actress is currently filming the second season of the hit Hulu comedy How I Met Your Father.
Working mom: The busy working mom put her youngest, Mae, one, in a pink and white baby carrier. The girl was apparently feeling better after being diagnosed with hand, foot and mouth disease earlier this week
The new episodes are slated to air as early as January 2023, though Hulu hasn’t announced an official date.
The style influencer has signed with children’s clothing company Carter’s to be their Chief Mom Officer. She has designed limited edition baby collections for newborns up to 24 months.
The first will fall in the fall, the second should be launched next year. The designer described the togs as something she would wear, but smaller. She has already helped design jeans and glasses for adults.
Design: Hilary uses her experience as a mother to help design children’s clothing for children’s clothing company Carter’s. Seen here with husband, Matthew Koma, son Luca Comrie, 10, Banks and Mae