Natalie Portman wears some shorts while bringing some cookies to a friend’s house in Los Angeles
Natalie Portman wore the maxi look while heading to see a friend in LA on Wednesday.
The 41-year-old actress was seen carrying a box of Trader Joe’s cookies to a friend’s house.
The outing comes just one day after she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to promote her new docu-series Angel City, which will debut in May.
The actress stepped out in a gray blazer with lime green stripes down the sleeves.
She also wore brown-rimmed sunglasses and a pair of ultra-short denim shorts when outing to a friend’s house.
NATALIE EXIT: Natalie Portman wore a leggy look while heading to see a friend in LA on Wednesday
She completed her look with black sneakers while she was seen returning to her car.
The actress will appear in a new three-part documentary series called Angel City, which follows her and other notable women who make up the Angel City Soccer Club, a women’s professional soccer team in Los Angeles.
Portman leads an owner group that also includes Serena Williams, Jennifer Garner, Eva Longoria, Jessica Chastain, Lily Singh, and many more.
Pulling back the curtain, the series’ origin story during the inaugural season of 2022 of a team founded and led by women, the series reveals the passion and grit needed to build a franchise from scratch and launch a bold path into the world of professional sports.
Portman, who also executive produces the docu-series, opened the show on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Tuesday.
The show documents building a team from scratch. We had to build from the ground up, Portman said.
“I saw my son watching the Women’s World Cup with the same kind of frenzied fanbase that he watched the Men’s World Cup,” she added of her 12-year-old son Alf.
“I was like, ‘Whoa, this is a revolution if kids can look at athletes the same way they look at male athletes,’” Portman said.
Natalie’s look: She completed her look with black sneakers as she was seen walking back to her car
New Series: The actress will appear in a new three-part docu-series titled Angel City, which follows her and other notable women who make up the Angel City Soccer Club, a women’s professional soccer team in Los Angeles.
After Angel City debuts on May 16, Portman will be seen next May in the new film directed by Todd Haynes, which premieres at Cannes in May.
She also has the Lady in the Lake mini-series in post-production, based on the book of the same name by Laura Lippman, from Apple TV Plus.
The actress also has an animated Foxy Trotter movie currently in pre-production, which was first announced in 2017.
Portman is also attached to star in another mini-series, We’re All Totally Beside Ourselves.