Emily Ratajkowski kept her cool as she walked with her adorable son Sylvester and their dog Colombo in New York on Sunday.
The 32-year-old model showed off her toned legs, stepping out in a white culotte and sneakers on her daily walk.
The runway veteran wore a gray bra, which gave a glimpse of her taut tummy.
Emily, who was also seen out and about in New York on Saturday, styled her hair, in its new shade of red, in straight layers with curtain bangs and appeared to be wearing little makeup.
She accessorized with large sunglasses with gray lenses and a gold necklace.
Sunday stroll: Emily Ratajkowski kept her cool as she strolled with her adorable son Sylvester and their dog Colombo in New York on Sunday
Two-year-old Sly was sitting on her shoulders and was wearing a gray T-shirt.
The little boy was seen sweetly sucking his thumb as he and his mother walked their dog, a husky/German shepherd mix.
The former Nickelodeon actress proudly debuted her new hair color recently.
In the text that appeared over a deleted clip on social media, he explained the change by writing ‘It’s not a filter. Red for summer.
After arriving home, the model sunbathed in her backyard, showing off her curves in a skimpy gray string bikini with a triangle top.
He wore a red peaked hat to protect himself from the sun’s rays.
Emily, who ended her four-year marriage to ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard, 36, over cheating allegations in 2022, addressed the issue on the latest episode of her podcast.
The psychotherapist Esther Perel was his guest at The high low with Emrata.
Culottes: The supermodel, 32, showed off her shapely legs, stepping out in white culottes and sneakers in her Constitutional Journal
Tight Tummy: The runway veteran wore a gray bra that gave a glimpse of her tight tummy. The popular cover model styled her hair, her new shade of red, in straight layers with curtain bangs and appeared to be wearing little makeup.
Accessories: Emily accessorized her look with large sunglasses with gray lenses and a gold necklace.
‘You’ve talked to so many couples so much,’ Emily asked the doctor, ‘You’ve talked about infidelity. What have you noticed that has changed in the last 40 years?’
“I’m sure there are many, many things,” she continued, “but what’s happening really hits you when you look back and think, ‘My God, something has really evolved in our culture that I’m now seeing in my practice.'”
“I would say there are three main aspects,” replied the host of the Where Should We Start podcast.
Adorable: Two-year-old Sly looked adorable perched on his mom’s shoulders in a gray T-shirt and sweetly sucking his thumb
Sunbathing: After arriving home, the model sunbathed in her backyard, showing off her curves in a skimpy gray string bikini with a triangle top. She wore a red peaked hat to protect herself from the sun’s rays.
‘Infidelity itself has been around since marriage was invented.
So, historically it is condemned and practiced,” he explained.
“But I think one of the things…and it runs through cultures even to this day…is the fact that the romantic ideal has become so central and powerful.”
The therapist explained that 50 years ago, people often didn’t have sex for the first time until they were married, but now commitment often means ‘I stop having sex with others when I commit to you.’
The counselor, who has been married for 40 years, said, “There are love stories and there are life stories.”
There are people you can love and people you make a life with.