She’s had a busy month promoting her first book, a collection of essays named My Body.
So Emily Ratajkowski seemed to be enjoying the post-press tour calm while strolling around New York with husband Sebastian Bear-McClard and their baby boy Sylvester on Monday.
The model/author, 30, was city chic as she hit the pavement in a burnt orange coat while her other half pushed the stroller.
Underneath Emily’s chic coat was a white cardigan, ab-baring crop top, cream pants and silver sneakers.
She continued the effortless cool with sunglᴀsses, hoop earrings, and smooth, shiny tresses.
Besides the San Diego native was her producer hubby, who bundled up in a green hoodie and quilted jacket while tending to baby Sly.
Eager to start the day, he carried a cup of coffee in hand.
While Emily was out with her family, her social media was working hard to promote her brand Inamorata’s latest collection.
She showed off a stunning blue, green and turquoise swimsuit with sultry cut-outs revealing her toned center.
Tossing on an extra layer, she donned a retro blue windbreaker while offering a smoldering stare at the camera.
Ratajkowski’s family outing comes after she admitted she was ‘relieved’ when she learned she was having a son while in conversation with writer Lisa Taddeo for Elle magazine last month.
Emily explained how her own experiences with misogyny made her wary of raising a girl, saying: ‘I wanted a daughter initially, but when I found out I was having a son, I was so relieved.’
The star welcomed son Sylvester Apollo Bear in March of 2021.
She went on to admit how raising a daughter could trigger some of her own past trauma, saying: ‘I think that it would bring up—I want more children, so it might be something I deal with later—being Sєxualized way before puberty and being aware of it.’
The I Feel Pretty actress recalled: ‘I have a memory: I did a Sєxy move down the wall of my parents’ kitchen.
‘I was probably in first grade and my parents were like, “Where did you learn that?” I was like, “I fricking learned it. That’s what women do.”‘
In the interview Emily also talked about giving birth, calling it a ‘the most powerful physical experiences.’
‘I hate the idea that you become a mother and everything changes,’ Emily, who has been wed to film producer Sebastian Bear-McClard since 2018.
‘It’s something I talk about in the book: You go from child to Sєx object to mother. But it was one of the most powerful physical experiences.’
‘Being in a room and trusting my body — even though there are people around me who say that they know it better than me or that they have a right to it in some way — was hugely impactful.’