Gigi Hadid and her baby girl had a COVID-safe Christmas outing in NYC on Saturday. The new mom masked up and wore a matching tan Louis Vuitton coat and hat to take her little one out for a stroll in Soho. The coat looked more like a cozy sweater, but it looked warm enough to protect her from the elements. She matched the look with some beige gloves.
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She covered the baby’s Bugaboo stroller with a white blanket as they moved down the street. They were joined by another friend who also wore a mask, because that’s what holiday walks look like in 2020.
Hadid has been spending much of this pandemic on her family’s farm in Philadelphia, where Grandma Yolanda has been getting some quality time with baby Hadid-Malik. “We spent the day while Momma was away,” wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of her and baby cuddling while Hadid was out. The new mom recently announced that she’s “back in the office, but bein’ a momma is a job like no otherrrr.”
On Tuesday, though, both baby and mom were seen out in the city. Hadid wore winter layers and her long hair splayed out under a newsboy cap. She was also seen that day out with her sister, Bella.
She and Malik have been keeping their baby’s name and face private from their followers, but they have posted a few cheeky shots of their baby’s head peeking out from a cuddle. In November, she shared photos of her daughter taking a nap as they took a walk outside.
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“A whole new kind of busy & tired 😅❤️ but she’s da bestie so she got Christmas decorations early 🥰🥰🎁,” she wrote.
Hilary Weaver is a freelance writer based in New York who writes about politics, queer issues, Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, and every woman the Queen has ever made a dame.
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