Naomi Watts cuts a casual figure as she dresses for the cold while in New York City with her son Kai, 12, and her puppy after getting Covid-19 vaccine
Naomi Watts retired when she stepped into New York City on Friday to take her puppy for a walk.
On her walk, the Australian actress, 52, was joined by her son Samuel ‘Kai’, 12, and grabbed some bagels with her son, who she shares with ex Liev Schreiber.
She was fitted with a camel beanie and a pair of New Balance sneakers.
Mom and son day out! Naomi Watts retired when she walked in New York City with her son Kai to take her pup for a walk on Friday
Naomi, who is currently in the Big Apple in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, wore a blue-and-black mask and tie while shopping.
Her 12-year-old son also happened to protect himself from the winter cold, as he wore white tracksuit pants, a gray hoodie and a black puffer jacket.
Kai wore red Converse All-Star shoes and had a black and white animal print face cover.
Naomi and her son accompanied her puppy Izzy, who happily walked with her owners on the chilly day.
Keep warm! The Australian star, 52, wore comfy khaki jeans and an oversized gray coat when she went to the stores with her little dog.
COVID safe: Naomi, who currently resides in the Big Apple amid the coronavirus pandemic, wore a blue and black tie mask while shopping
Naomi’s getaway comes days after getting her Covid-19 vaccine.
On Wednesday, the Penguin Blue actress shared a photo on Instagram of herself with two patches on her arm after she got the shot.
So glad I finally got my shot. Thanks to all hard-working scientists and health workers! she wrote.
Shot: Naomi got her Covid-19 vaccine on Wednesday. The British-born actress shared this photo on Instagram of herself with two band-aids on her arm after getting the shot
“I can’t tell you how good it feels to see the light at the end of the tunnel. In this together! she added.
Naomi received her injection in a hospital in New York City, where she lives with her family.
In January, Naomi reflected on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and said it was more important than ever for her to open up more.
Jabbed: Naomi received her injection at a hospital in New York City, where she lives with her family
She said Vogue Australia she was looking for lighter movies and TV shows, as opposed to the moody dramas she’s known for, like 21 Grams and Mulholland Drive.
‘Yeah, look, I can only do me, right? I think I opened a lot more during Covid… I had to laugh, ”she said.
‘I liked that other people would laugh at some stupid things because I sent myself on them. I do everything for fun! ‘
Changing attitude: In January, Naomi reflected on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and said it was more important than ever that she