Emily Ratajkowski looks lovely in leather as she goes to lunch with the dog while baby stays home

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Leather lover: Actress / writer, 29, looked rocker-chic in a cool leather ensemble



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She found her hands full of motherhood, recently joking that she was the “still breastfeeding” six-week-old son Sylvester.

But Emily Ratajkowski had a well-deserved moment as an adult while meeting a friend for lunch in New York’s Soho neighborhood on Saturday.

The actress / writer, 29, looked rocker-chic wearing a cool leather ensemble as she pulled beloved dog Colombo away from the outdoor dining area after the meal.

New mom: Emily Ratajkowski spent some adult time when the new mom met a friend for lunch in SoHo on Saturday

Emily did her best in a leather jacket, which was thrown over a monochrome silk blouse and paired with matching pants.

She carried a two-tone bag on her arm and hopped on a pair of tortoiseshell sunglasses that also matched the high contrast theme. Chains layered around her neck added a bit of polish to the look.

Giving things a sporty touch, the London-born and San Diego-raised beauty donned blush pink Nikes.

She let her chocolate brown braids sweep gently while keeping most of her famous face hidden with her glasses and a face mask from EvolveTogether.

Leather lover: Actress / writer, 29, looked rocker-chic in a cool leather ensemble

Leather lover: Actress / writer, 29, looked rocker-chic in a cool leather ensemble

Puppy love: London-born cutie raised in California takes beloved dog Colombo away from outdoor dining area after meal

Puppy love: London-born cutie raised in California takes beloved dog Colombo away from outdoor dining area after meal

Puppy love: London-born cutie raised in California takes beloved dog Colombo away from outdoor dining area after meal

While Emily was out, her Sylvester bundle of joy was probably at home with her father Sebastian Bear-McClard.

She recently shared an intimate moment at the family’s home, posting a candid photo of herself lifting her tie-dye top to feed baby Sly in bed.

“If it looks like I’m still breastfeeding, it’s because I am,” she joked in the caption.

Cool Kicks: Giving things a sporty touch, the model donned blush pink Nikes

Cool Kicks: Giving things a sporty touch, the model donned blush pink Nikes

Cool Kicks: Giving things a sporty touch, the model donned blush pink Nikes

Food: Emily joked that she was 'always breastfeeding' in an honest Instagram photo yesterday

Food: Emily joked that she was 'always breastfeeding' in an honest Instagram photo yesterday

Food: Emily joked that she was ‘always breastfeeding’ in an honest Instagram photo yesterday

Emily and husband Sebastian Bear-McClard welcomed baby Sylvester on March 8 and announced his arrival with a sweet snap of mum adoring the newborn.

“Sylvester Apollo Bear joined us on the land side. Sly arrived on 3/8/21 on the most surreal, beautiful and loving morning of my life, ”she captioned the image.

Emily announced her pregnancy on the cover of Vogue last fall and wrote an essay on bodies and gender.

“When my husband and I tell friends I’m pregnant, their first question after, ‘Congratulations’ is almost always,’ You know what you want? “She says.

“We like to respond that we won’t know about sex until we are 18 and that they will let us know then,” she said, admitting, “Everyone laughs at that. . ”

Nigh Out: Ratajkowski celebrated 'mommy's night' with busty selfie dinner earlier this month

Nigh Out: Ratajkowski celebrated 'mommy's night' with busty selfie dinner earlier this month

Nigh Out: Ratajkowski celebrated ‘Mommy’s Night’ with a busty selfie dinner earlier this month

Mom and Dad: Actress and producer husband Sebastian Bear-McClard welcomed a baby boy last month.  Seen in February 2020

Mom and Dad: Actress and producer husband Sebastian Bear-McClard welcomed a baby boy last month.  Seen in February 2020

Mom and Dad: Actress and producer husband Sebastian Bear-McClard welcomed a baby boy last month. Seen in February 2020

She added, “There is a truth in our line, however, a truth that hints at possibilities that are much more complex than the genitals our child might be born with: the truth that we ultimately have no idea. of whom – rather than – of what is growing. in my stomach. Who will this person be?

The first-time parent explained in the magazine: “I like the idea of ​​imposing as few gender stereotypes as possible on my child.”

She confessed, “But as progressive as I hope to be, I understand the desire to know the sex of our fetus; this is the first real opportunity to see who they could be.

“As my body changes in strange and unfamiliar ways, it is heartwarming to hear information that could make what is to come more real. “

Progressive: Emily announced her pregnancy on the cover of Vogue last fall with a gender essay

Progressive: Emily announced her pregnancy on the cover of Vogue last fall with a gender essay

Progressive: Emily announced her pregnancy on the cover of Vogue last fall with a gender essay

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