Dame Emma Thompson rocked a casual look when she stepped out with her adopted son, Tindiboa Agapa Wise, on Saturday.
The Nanny McPhee star, 63, looked like she was enjoying her morning walk as she donned a black trench coat to face the chilly weather.
Lady Emma wore brown sneakers and covered her head with a white beanie, while A.JThe ensemble is complemented by a gray shirt and chenille pants.
The famous actress seemed to be carrying more than just the essentials in a black backpack.
Tindi, 34 — a former Rwandan soldier who was adopted by Ms. Emma and her husband, Greg Wise, in 2003 — wore denim and a red T-shirt, with a blue trench coat.
Outing: Dame Emma Thompson rocked a casual look when she stepped out with her adopted son Tindeboa Agaba Wise on Saturday
Cozy: The Nanny McPhee star, 63, seemed to be enjoying her morning stroll as she donned a black trench coat to brave the cold weather
The appearance comes after the star revealed her true heartbreak inspired her emotional reaction in the famous Love Actually scene.
The actress, 63, portrayed Alan Rickman’s on-screen wife in the romantic comedy, and one famous scene saw her discover her husband is cheating on her.
In the heart-wrenching moment, Lady Emma’s character, Karen, bursts into tears when she realizes her husband, Harry, has bought another woman a necklace.
She had earlier discovered the gorgeous necklace in her husband’s jacket pocket, but was then left devastated when he gave her a Joni Mitchell CD for Christmas.
Karen then excuses herself and collapses in her bedroom before wiping away her tears and running back to rejoin her husband and their two smiling children.
And Dame Emma has revealed that her real-life heartbreak actually inspired her emotional reaction in the 2003 Christmas classic.
She shared that while filming the moment, she channeled her feelings of betrayal following her very public split from her first husband, Sir Kenneth Branagh.
Dame Emma and Sir Kenneth married in 1989 and were the golden couple of the British acting scene until Kenneth had an affair with Helena Bonham Carter while directing Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
Look: Lady Emma was wearing brown sneakers and covering her head with a white beanie
Upset: The actress revealed her real-life heartbreak with Sir Kenneth Branagh (pictured in 1994) that inspired her emotional reaction in the famous Love Actually scene.
Emotionally: Dame Emma portrayed Alan Rickman’s on-screen wife in the romantic comedy, and one famous scene sees her discovering her husband is cheating on her.
Speaking of her devastation, Lady Emma said she had broken her heart “very badly” and that she understood what it was like to find “the necklace that wasn’t meant for me”.
“This scene where my character is standing by the bed crying is a very recognizable scene because it’s something everyone’s been through,” she said at a fundraiser in 2018.
My heart was badly broken by Ken. So I knew what it was like to find a necklace that wasn’t meant for me.
“Well, it wasn’t exactly like that, but we’ve all been through it.”
The former couple tied the knot just two years after they met, but his affair with Helena ended their six-year marriage in 1995.
Helena is believed to have begun an affair with Kenneth in 1994 while playing his love interest in his version of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. They continued a relationship for five years.
This is not the first time Lady Emma has spoken of her displeasure after learning of the affair as she previously admitted that she felt “unloved” after the end of her first marriage.
Affair: Helena is believed to have begun an affair with Sir Kenneth in 1994 while playing his love interest in his version of Frankenstein. They continued a relationship for five years
She said The New Yorker: “I was completely blind to the fact that he had affairs with other women on set.
“What I’ve learned is how easy it is to be blinded by the desire to deceive yourself.”
You’re half alive. She added that any sense of being loved or worthy had completely disappeared.
Two years before Helena met Kenneth and their relationship began, she worked with Emma in the 1992 romantic drama film Howards End.
Since the affair, the pair have also worked together on the Harry Potter series, with Emma playing Professor Trelawney and Helena as Bellatrix Lestrange.
However, Lady Emma previously admitted that she had long ‘forgave’ Helena over the affair, saying in 2013 that they ‘made peace’ years ago.
Revealing how she recovered from the devastation, the actress said her now husband of 27-year-old Greg Wise “picked up the pieces and put them back together.”
Reflecting on her marriage to Greg, she added, “I learned more from my second marriage once I was married.” As my mother says, “The first twenty years are the hardest.”
Lady Emma met Gregg while filming Sense and Sensibility in 1995, which won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.
However, the news of her split from Sir Kenneth was not made public while she was filming the period drama.
Dame Emma and Greg now share daughter Gaia, 23, and son Tindy. The couple adopted his son, Tendi, a former child soldier in Rwanda, in 2003 when he was 16 years old.
LOVE: Revealing how she recovered from the devastation Ms Emma said it was her now husband of 27-year-old Greg Wise (pictured Feb. 19) who ‘picked up the pieces’