Actress Isla Fisher cuts a relaxed figure in tights and a T-shirt as she takes her dog Maisy for a walk in Los Angeles
Isla Fisher dressed for comfort as she took her dog Maisy for a walk in Los Angeles.
The 46-year-old actress cut a relaxed figure in a white T-shirt and floral sport tights as she glanced at her phone.
The Confessions of a Shopaholic star completed her look with a pair of blue sneakers and a navy cap.
Out and about: Actress Isla Fisher cuts a relaxed figure in tights and a T-shirt as she takes her dog Maisy for a walk in Los Angeles
She left her long hair out and wore sunglasses to protect herself from the sun.
Isla appeared relaxed as she looked down at her phone while Maisy walked alongside her during the outing.
The sighting comes after Isla recently returned to the US after living in her native city of Perth, Western Australia.
During the coronavirus pandemic, she and her husband Sacha Baron Cohen, along with their three children, Olive, 12, Elula, eight, and Montgomery, four relocated to Australia.
Comfort: Isla dressed for comfort in a white T-shirt and floral sport tights during the outing
Isla spoke to Marie Claire Australia in May about their decision to relocate Down Under.
Isla, who grew up in Perth, rubbished reports she and Sacha had wanted to escape ‘Trump’s America’, saying their relocation from LA to Sydney was a personal rather than a political decision.
She added that it ‘feels very magical’ to be back home after spending so long in the U.S. and that she can ‘be herself’ in Australia.
Relocating: The sighting comes after Isla and her husband Sacha recently returned to live in her native city of Perth, Western Australia
She also told Stellar magazine of their move across the Pacific: ‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cosy, when I’m in Australia. It’s where I grew up.’
Isla was born in Oman but grew up in Perth, before moving back to Australia with her family.
She and Sacha met at a party in Sydney in 2002 and married eight years later.
Happy to be home: Isla recently said it ‘feels very magical’ to be back home after spending so long in the US