Kelly Rowland cuts a relaxed figure in a white tracksuit and bucket hat as she goes shopping in Beverly Hills
She is known for her glamorous red carpet looks and glitzy stage ensembles.
But Kelly Rowland kept things casual on Wednesday in a white tracksuit and marble print bucket hat as she went shopping in Beverly Hills.
The former Destiny’s Child star, 40, opted for comfortable yet stylish Reebok trainers as she strolled down the Los Angeles street with a pal before entering a retail store.
Relaxed fit: Kelly Rowland kept things casual on Wednesday in a white tracksuit and marble print bucket hat as she went shopping in Beverly Hills
Kelly protected herself from the novel coronavirus with a bright pink face mask as she was seen clutching a tan snakeskin handbag, a water bottle and her mobile phone.
The singer styled her raven tresses in loose waves and partially covered her make-up free visage with her statement hat.
Kelly ventured out without her family, after she gave birth to her second son, Noah Jon, in January.
The entertainer shares her newborn with her husband and manager, Tim Weatherspoon.
Footwear: The former Destiny’s Child star, 40, opted for comfortable yet stylish Reebok trainers as she strolled down the Los Angeles street with a pal before entering a retail store
The proud parents became engaged in 2013 and solidified their union the following year during a dreamlike wedding ceremony in Costa Rica.
Less than a year after the two tied the knot, they welcomed their oldest child, Titan Jewell, currently aged six.
Kelly recently spoke about how she and her husband decided to add another child to their family during an interview with Women’s Health, and remarked that the decision was influenced by the onset of the global pandemic.
She recalled: ‘We had been talking about it loosely, and then COVID happened, and we were just like, “Let’s see what happens.”‘
Happy parents: Kelly recently welcomed a second son, Noah Jon, with her husband and manager of several years, Tim Weatherspoon
The songstress also discussed how the uproar over racial injustice in 2020 and police brutality has affected the way she raises her children.
‘I got into the shower, and I had this real hard, ugly, deep cry… That was the main thing I was thinking about: protecting this little innocence,’ she stated.
Kelly also revealed she has picked up a few of her oldest son’s childlike qualities as she said he takes his fun-time with his mother very seriously.
‘When he’s ready to play, it’s very real … I could have a whole dinosaur head on, and paws,’ the hitmaker noted.
Sweet: The star recently revealed that her decision to have another child was influenced by the pandemic as she said to Women’s Health: ‘COVID happened, and we were just like, “Let’s see what happens”‘