Pick up supplies? Hugh Jackman and wife Deborra-Lee Furness wear face masks while shopping for daughter Ava, 14, in New York
They have been trapped in their New York City home for weeks, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
And on Friday, 51-year-old Hugh Jackman and 64-year-old wife Deborra-Lee Furness got out with their 14-year-old daughter Ava to run errands.
The trio cut loose figures and wore face masks and disposable gloves during the outing and were spotted carrying bags of food to their apartment.
Pick up supplies? Hugh Jackman and wife Deborra-Lee Furness wore face masks when they went shopping on Friday with daughter Ava, 14, in New York
Wolverine actor Hugh cut a casual figure in a gray long sleeve and navy pants, which he paired with blue sneakers.
Actress Deborra-Lee wore a black jumpsuit, black sneakers and a trendy beige hat.
Their daughter Ava wore a red hoodie with white pajama bottoms depicting cookies and milk.
Trendy: actress Deborra-Lee wore a black jumpsuit, black sneakers and a trendy beige hat
Try Times: They’ve been stuck in their New York City home for weeks, amid the coronavirus pandemic
Cozy: their daughter Ava wore a red hoodie with white pajama bottoms with biscuit and milk images
To talk with WHO Magazine Earlier this month, Hugh said he was concerned about his children during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hugh and Deborra-Lee share two adopted children together, Ava and son Oscar, 20.
“Now I am especially worried about my children. I am not afraid of myself, ”he told the publication.
“I’m concerned about them, their mental state, school, not around friends and the disturbance,” he added.
Worried: Hugh said earlier this month that he is “worried” about his children during the coronavirus pandemic
Family: Hugh and Deborra-Lee share two adopted children together, daughter Ava and son Oscar, 20
Hugh compared NYC to a “post-apocalyptic film,” adding that the once-bustling city was “quiet and bizarrely empty.”
The Australian star tries to maintain a regular routine by meditating daily as he has six months off from work.
He also uses his home as an improvised theater while rehearsing for his upcoming return to Broadway.
Hugh also said he talked more to his neighbors as he walked the streets of New York with his dogs.
“People seem to have more time, and the optimist in me hopes this will continue and there will be a shared sense of community afterwards,” he said.