Charlize Theron is casual cool in an all-black athletic outfit as she goes shopping with her kids in Studio City
Charlize Theron looked casual cool as she stepped out with her kids in Studio City on Friday.
The 46-year-old Oscar-winning actress sported an all-black athletic outfit and was accompanied by her children Jackson, 10, and August, 7.
The South African beautyswung her arm around Jackson as her other daughter August happily twirled down the street.
Sweet: Charlize Theron looked casual cool as she stepped out with her kids, Jackson, 10, and August, 7, in Studio City on Friday
Theron matched her black leggings and black sweater with a sports hat of the same color. The actress also wore a mask to protect herself against COVID-19.
She finished off her outfit with a pair of white sneakers.
Her blonde locks were pinned in the back and away from her face as she focused on her kids during the outing.
Casual attire: The 46-year-old actress wore black leggings, a matching sweater, and a black sports hat for the outing
The star toted what appeared to be two blue gift bags in her hand. Meanwhile her daughter Jackson helped out by carrying a red one.
Theron recently shared a rare glimpse into her family life by posting a photo of her cuddled up to one of her daughters.
‘New year, same energy. C’mon 2022, don’t be a b***h!’ she captioned the cozy photo of the two napping on a couch with their dog.
Family: Theron recently shared a rare glimpse into her family life by posting a photo of her cuddled up to one of her daughters, captioned, ‘New year, same energy’
The loving mom also shared a snowy Christmas picture on her Instagram account as she enjoyed a ski trip with her kids.
‘Merry Christmas from my family to yours,’ she captioned the adorable photo, which features her and the girls in snow gear and goggles.
The Bombshell star adopted Jackson in March 2012, and August in July 2015. In April 2019, Theron revealed that Jackson – who was seven-years-old at the time – is a transgender girl.
In a 2019 interview with Pride Source the actress said, ‘My daughter’s story is really her story, and one day, if she chooses, she’ll tell her story.’
She continued, ‘I feel like, as her mother, for me, it was important to let the world know that I would appreciate it if they would use the right pronouns for her. I think it became harder for us the older she got that people were still writing about her in the wrong pronouns, and also I was still talking about her in the press using the wrong pronoun. It really hurt her feelings. I don’t want to be that mom.’
Fun times: The loving mom also shared a snowy Christmas picture on her Instagram account as she enjoyed a ski trip with her daughters