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Bradley Cooper grabs lunch with Michael J. Fox in NYC

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Bradley Cooper puts on a casual display in a long sleeve top and capri pants to lunch with Michael J. Fox in New York City

Bradley Cooper joined Michael J. Fox for lunch in New York City on Saturday.

The actor – who shares daughter Lea, six, with his ex-fiancee Irina Shayk – was spotted sitting outside L’Artusi Italian restaurant waiting for the Back To The Future alum, 61, to arrive.

The filmmaker, 48, was dressed casually in a comfortable black top with rolled up sleeves and gray capri pants.

The two-time Grammy winner also wore black and red high-top sneakers and shielded his eyes from the sun with stylish sunglasses.

The Hangover star was spotted scrolling on his phone before the former actor showed up for their meeting.

Waiting: Bradley Cooper, 48, joined Michael J. Fox, 61, for lunch in New York City on Saturday. The actor – who shares daughter Lea, six, with his ex-fiancée Irina Shayk – was spotted waiting outside L’Artusi Italian restaurant for the Back To The Future alum.

Moments after Cooper was photographed waiting outside, Fox arrived in a relaxed ensemble.

The activist and retired actor wore a black bomber jacket over a white T-shirt and blue slacks for their lunch plans.

He kept a low profile while wearing wayfarer sunglasses and a black trucker cap with white text embroidered on the front of the cap.

Fox — who shocked Whoopi Goldberg after revealing he turned down a role in the 1990 cult classic Ghost — wore a pair of white Adidas sneakers with navy blue stripes.

Earlier this month, he appeared on The Project and spoke about how he’s coping with Parkinson’s disease.

After his Hollywood career was halted due to his diagnosis at age 29, he said he struggled to accept the debilitating disease in its early stages.

However, he has since shifted his perspective and now views the disease as a “gift.”

“I always say Parkinson’s is a gift,” he said on the Australian talk show. And people say to me, “How can you ever describe it as a gift?”

Making his arrival: Moments after Cooper was photographed waiting outside, Fox arrived in a relaxed ensemble.  The activist and retired actor wore a black bomber jacket over a white T-shirt and blue slacks for their lunch plans

Making his arrival: Moments after Cooper was photographed waiting outside, Fox arrived in a relaxed ensemble. The activist and retired actor wore a black bomber jacket over a white T-shirt and blue slacks for their lunch plans

Opening: Earlier this month, he appeared on The Project and spoke about how he's coping with Parkinson's disease.  After his Hollywood career was halted due to his diagnosis at age 29, he said he struggled to accept the debilitating disease in its early stages.

Opening: Earlier this month, he appeared on The Project and spoke about how he’s coping with Parkinson’s disease. After his Hollywood career was halted due to his diagnosis at age 29, he said he struggled to accept the debilitating disease in its early stages.

Committed: However, he has since shifted his perspective and now considers the disease a

Committed: However, he has since shifted his perspective and now considers the disease a “gift.” He has since founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation in 2000, saying the cure for the degenerative disease is “closer than ever.” After years of campaigning, the non-profit has raised more than $2 billion and made a “massive breakthrough.”

And I say, “It’s the gift that keeps taking, but it’s a gift,” he explained.

He said he is “very happy” with the way his life has turned out, as well as his extensive efforts and dedication to find a cure for the disease.

“I’m very happy with the way my life has turned out and I love the opportunity I have to be of service.”

Previously, Fox tried to hide it in the early years of his diagnosis before noticing symptoms while filming the 1991 romantic comedy Doc Hollywood.

He has since founded the Michael J. Fox Foundation in 2000, saying the cure for the degenerative disease is “closer than ever.”

After years of campaigning, the nonprofit has raised more than $2 billion and made a “massive breakthrough.”

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