Hilary Duff STUNS in athletic wear while shopping with husband Matthew Koma and children
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Disney Channel alum Hilary Duff was seen enjoying a relaxed morning as she spent time with her family on a shopping trip to Erewhon Market. The 35-year-old actress has had a very busy year promoting her new sitcom 'How I met your father' which premiered on Hulu in January. With the show finalized for a second run, Duff appeared to be spending time off work before she resumes her hectic routine.
Her afternoon with family took a halt at their favorite spot for grocery shopping in Studio City. Duff kept the look casual as she dressed in burgundy leggings with a matching fitted top and white sneakers. She covered up the ensemble with a checkered shirt loosely tied around her waist along with a glossy shoulder bag.
Duff's beau Matthew Koma followed his wife's casual style as he stepped out in an equally sporty outfit. He wore a black tee along with blue shorts and a checkered shirt over it. The 34-year-old singer sported a red baseball cap over his short seemingly dyed blonde hair.
Duff and Koma, who have been married for two years, were seen carrying drinks and essentials on their stroll along with their daughter Banks Violet Blair. On their family shopping trip, the couple's one-year-old daughter Mae, and Duff's 10-year-old son Luca, whom she shares with former husband Mike Comrie were missing.
The 'A Cinderella Story' star met her long-term partner Koma in 2015 when she was working on her fifth studio album 'Breathe In Breathe Out'. The couple soon started dating and made their first public appearance at a pre-SAG awards party in 2017. The pair recently welcomed their second child and shared an Instagram post revealing the gender and name of the newborn. Duff posted an intimate family picture and wrote, "Mae James Bair- We LOVE you beauty 3-24-21."
'Younger' actor talked about her plans for Christmas in a recent interview in October with She Knows. Duff revealed a unique trick that she uses for Christmas morning to cut the stress of gift wrapping. She introduced her family tradition called "themed wrapping." "Each child gets their own print. It helps me out in the long run I love that! There have been many-a-night of wrapping while watching Hallmark (and drinking spiked hot cocoa) that I’ve completely forgot what I was wrapping. I had to open the present to check what kid it was for, then re-wrap it. With this tip, each kid, even those who can’t read name tags, will know exactly what presents they can open right away," she stated. "Santa doesn’t wrap any gifts at our house." she continued.