Felicity Huffman wears plaid for horse riding session in LA… amid ‘life is back to normal’ message
She has been keeping a low profile since she spent 11 days in federal prison in 2019.
And on Wednesday, Felicity Huffman was spotted out riding a horse in Los Angeles.
The 58-year-old reality star wore a checked shirt with breeches and a helmet during her driving session.
Quiet Day: She’s been keeping a low profile since she spent 11 days in federal prison in 2019. And on Wednesday, Felicity Huffman was spotted riding a horse in Los Angeles
Felicity wore a black and white top with brown breeches and opted for boots and a riding helmet.
The former Desperate Housewives star wore sunglasses to complete her casual look.
The star’s riding session comes just over two months after a source told ET that Felicity’s “life is back to normal” as her family thrives.
“Both of her daughters are doing well in college,” the source said. ‘Her husband has big projects in the works and she has a big project in the works. Felicity did the walk the right way, taking responsibility and restoring her career and reputation.
Focused: The 58-year-old reality star wore a checked shirt with breeches and a helmet helmet during her driving session
Felicity and husband William H. Macy are parents to daughters Sofia, 20, and Georgia, 19.
The actress continues to recover two years after her involvement in the college admissions scandal.
Felicity admitted to paying William Singer $15,000 through his nonprofit Key Worldwide Foundation.
The money went to a proctor to correct wrong answers on her daughter Sofia’s SATs.
Authorities said the nonprofit was set up as a front to accept bribes.
Radiant: Felicity wore a black and white top with brown breeches and opted for boots and a riding helmet
Her pastime: The former Desperate Housewives star wore sunglasses to complete her casual look
After her conviction, Felicity confessed to wrongdoing and remorse for her actions in the course of events.
She said, ‘I broke the rule. I admitted that and I pleaded guilty to this crime. There are no excuses or justifications for my actions… I was stupid, and I was so wrong.”
Adding: “I can promise you that in the coming months and years I will try to live a more honest life, serve as a better role model for my daughters and family, and spend my time and energy wherever I am needed.”
Felicity, who spent 11 days in federal prison in October 2019, is a focal point in a Netflix docudrama titled Operation Varsity Blues, following the federal investigation that led to her arrest.
She “will not be watching Operation Varsity Blues,” the ET source said.
Her career appears to be on the rise as she has been cast in an ABC comedy about a minor league baseball team, Deadline reported last fall.
The latest: Huffman continues to recover for about two years after her involvement in the 2019 scandal became public. She was caught in April 2019 in Boston