Julianne Moore is fashionable in navy jumpsuit for a discreet outing with her husband and two kids in New York
She was one of the many stars who spent last week in France at the Cannes Film Festival.
But on Sunday, Julianne Moore was back in New York, where she was seen having a meal with her family.
The Oscar-winning actress, aged 58, went out to eat with her husband, Bart Freundlich, 49, and their two children, Caleb, 21, and Liv, 17.
Gathered: she was one of the many stars who spent last week at the Cannes Film Festival. But on Sunday, Julianne Moore was back home in New York where she enjoyed an outing with her family.
The family was dressed for their casual outing.
Moore wore a navy blue jumpsuit with a few buttons left at the neck and rolled at the bottom.
She added black socks and black canvas shoes and was wearing a pair of round sunglasses.
We saw Freundlich, a director, planting a soft kiss on his wife's head as they were crossing a street with their son carrying food to go in a white plastic bag.
The couple was married in 2003.
Family Moment: The Oscar-winning 58-year-old actress and her husband, 49-year-old Bart Freundlich, and their two children, Caleb, 21, and Liv, 17, went out to eat.
Staging: Freundlich, a director, was seen planting a soft kiss on his wife's head as they were crossing a street with their son carrying food to go in a white plastic bag
On the road: the couple, married since 2003, offered ice cream for dessert and ate while walking side by side
Moore poses for the cover of the July issue of Tatler magazine and inside, she tells how she went through a period of deep sadness when she was younger.
"It's only when I was thirty years old and I was really unhappy to realize that I had not made my personal life a priority," she explained. .
She said she understood that she wanted to be married and have children, as well as an acting career.
"Growing up in the late '70s, I clearly understood that it was important to have a career and that I had to work for that to happen," Moore said.
"But there was this idea that you do not need to work for your personal life – that it was supposed to be like a romantic comedy: you meet someone, have a couple of dating you and it's gone. "
"It's just not true," she continued. "Life is over. This idea that you can do what you want at any time is not true in terms of work or in terms of having a family. & # 39;
Everything has been said: Moore told Tatler's July issue that she understood at age 30 that she wanted to be married and have children, as well as an acting career.
Realized his dream: "Life is over. The idea that you can do what you want at any time is not true in terms of work or family, explained Moore