Duff was spotted with her husband, Matthew Koma and their daughters at Studio City.
Hilary Duff is a doting mother and we have seen it many times. Recently, she was seen with her daughters and her husband at Studio City. The A Cinderella Story actress was seen leaving a karate class with her daughters Banks Violet, 4, and Mae James, 1, reported MEAWW. Her husband Matthew Koma accompanied her and the four of them looked adorable together. Duff also has a son named Luca with her ex-husband Mike Comrie, with whom she was married from 2010 to 2016.
For this family outing, Duff wore forest green sweatpants and a long-sleeved white top. She also donned a cream-colored baseball hat as she picked up her little one and carried her in her arms throughout the family day out. She wore her blonde locks in loose waves as she kept her long hair open. The look was completed with beautiful gold necklaces and a pair of tan orange sneakers.
Nowadays, she is often seen enjoying the company of her family but Duff has seen tougher days as well. After her divorce from Comrie, Duff did not see herself getting married again until she met Koma. They eventually said their vows in 2019, two years after they met. "Making promises to this guy was by far the best day/night of 2019. The year 2018 was so special because of Banksy. 2019 will always hold our wedding feeling grateful for health, our family, love, and dreams coming true," Duff had said in an Instagram post about their happy and fulfilling life in the last few years.
She also spoke about her experiences as a mother. As she told PEOPLE, "I have help, but babies just want their mom. Even Luca is still like, 'Mom, Mom, Mom.' Mom cooks the thing the right way, and Mom packs the bag the right way. It's crazy." She further said, "I'm so in love with all my kids," adding, "and I love this mayhem."
On the professional front, Duff was last seen on How I Met Your Father, the spin-off of the much-loved classic show How I Met Your Mother, and had recently opened up about how she hoped they could bring the cast of the original show to renew their roles. This came after Neil Patrick Harris, who played Barney Stinson, and Cobie Smulders, who played Robin Scherbatsky in the original show, had guest starred in the spin-off.
"I was really nervous to work with NPH. He's just such a stud. He's legendary," Duff had said about Harris. "Everything he does — if he's hosting something or he's got a TV show on the air or he's doing Broadway — he's just fantastic. And so the fact that he said yes made us really excited," she added, according to PEOPLE. "And obviously, our goal is to hopefully collect them all."
She said that she was the only new cast member to work with Harris, 49 when he made a brief cameo in the recent season 2 premiere. "I took him all for myself," Duff said.
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