Chloe Sevigny, 45, wears a mask as baby daddy Sinisa Mackovic is barefaced during stroll in NYC without their newborn Vanja
Chloe Sevigny has been on full-time baby duty since welcoming her first child, son Vanja Sevigny Mačković, two weeks ago.
But on Thursday the 45-year-old actress seemed to get a break.
The Boys Don’t Cry star was spotted strolling with her baby daddy Sinisa Mackovic, who was born in the 1980s, as they walked in New York City.
Time off from baby: Chloe Sevigny has been on full-time baby duty since welcoming her first child, son Vanja Sevigny Mačković, two weeks ago. But on Thursday the 45-year-old actress seemed to get a break
The star looked as if she had just left prep school in Connecticut as she wore a crisp white shirt with a blazer in black and matching skirt.
Adding to the collegiate look were black socks with chunky black loafers and a satchel in black.
A dark gray sweatshirt was tied around her waist to distract from her post-pregnancy belly.
She wore her hair down and parted in the middle and had on a blue face mask.
No mask: Her beau, who serves as director of Karma Art Gallery in New York City, had on a dark shirt and jeans with a white denim jacket. Unlike his girlfriend, he did not have on a face mask
Her beau, who serves as director of Karma Art Gallery in New York City, had on a dark shirt and jeans with a white denim jacket. Unlike his girlfriend, he did not have on a face mask.
There are 189K confirmed coronavirus cases in NYC.
His hat read KIDS on the front and he held a small green cup just as his girlfriend did.
Also on Thursday Chloe shared a flashback image where she was still pregnant. She was photographed from beneath so her hip looked large and her face small.
On Wednesday, Chloe was out with her baby.
Same drinks: His hat read KIDS on the front and he held a small green cup just as his girlfriend did
And she had a ring on her wedding finger hinting that she may be engaged or already married to her beau. She has only called him her ‘boyfriend’ in the past.
This comes after actress posted a photo with her newborn child on Wednesday.
She told fans that her son Vanja was born May 2 in New York City. Chloe also had high marks for the brave nurses who helped them deliver the child amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Arty: Also on Thursday Chloe shared a flashback image where she was still pregnant. She was photographed from beneath so her hip looked large and her face small
‘Welcome to the world Vanja Sevigny Mačković Born May 2nd New York City Thank you to all the staff at Mt. Sinai East for your bravery, perseverance and kindness, especially the nurses for being so gentle and patient,’ she said.
The star added: ‘Blessings to all the other families giving birth during this time. #ilovemyboys’
Just last week, Chloe said she was due ‘any second’ while sharing an Instagram shot of herself.
‘I’m as big as our collective love for NYC!’ she wrote in the caption of the photo.
Cute snap: ‘I love my boys’: She revealed the first picture of baby son Vanja as she posed with her boyfriend
Chloe recently expressed her distress when she learned that she may not be able to have her partner in the delivery room at a hospital due to safety precautions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘I was told that Siniša, my boyfriend, might not be allowed to come to the delivery. I had a super-panic attack and was crying uncontrollably,’ she told The Cut.
‘I have a doula, and she called me really panicked. She’s supposed to be the calm in the storm, so hearing her really irate made it even more scary.’
Chic maternity dress: The Love & Friendship actress pictured in December in NYC
It has since been confirmed that New York City hospitals must allow partners to be present in delivery rooms. This is both Chloe and boyfriend of one-year Sinisa’s first child. The couple confirmed they were expecting back in January.
The star had previously been linked to Jason Segel, actor Vincent Gallo, Pulp rocker Jarvis Cocker, and director Harmony Korine, who is credited with discovering the talent.
Sevigny talked about being pregnant in an April interview with The Cut, telling about what it’s like to be pregnant in the age of COVID.
‘Being pregnant, everything feels slightly heightened, but we did what most people did — we went out and got a modest amount of groceries and have taken it week by week since,’ she told the publication.