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Sharon Stone steps out to shop for sunglasses with her rarely-seen son Roan, 21, in Beverly Hills


Sharon Stone enjoyed some quality time with her son Roan, who she shares with ex-husband Phil Bronstein, in Beverly Hills on Friday afternoon.

After shopping for sunglasses at Optometrix, the Basic Instinct star, 63, appeared in high spirits as she shared a laugh with her rarely-seen 21-year-old.

For their outing, the Golden Globe winner rocked a sleeveless black blouse, a pair of cuffed jeans with an edgy wallet chain and leather combat boots.

Sharing a laugh: Sharon Stone enjoyed some quality time with her son Roan, who she shares with ex-husband Phil Bronstein, in Beverly Hills on Friday afternoon

Her short and spiky blonde hair was slicked back and she completed her casual look with cool retro shades and zebra-patterned handbag.   

Meanwhile, Stone’s son, who she adopted as a baby in 2000, styled in long hair in a messy top knot and sported a white tank and Off-White sneakers.  

In April during an interview with Saga magazine, she revealed she ‘couldn’t function’ after losing custody of her Roan, and would spend her days crying.

Shopping spree: After shopping for sunglasses at Optometrix, the Basic Instinct star, 63, appeared in high spirits as she shared a laugh with her rarely-seen 21-year-old

Shopping spree: After shopping for sunglasses at Optometrix, the Basic Instinct star, 63, appeared in high spirits as she shared a laugh with her rarely-seen 21-year-old

Cool girl: For their outing, the Golden Globe winner rocked a sleeveless black blouse, a pair of cuffed jeans with an edgy wallet chain and leather combat boots

Cool girl: For their outing, the Golden Globe winner rocked a sleeveless black blouse, a pair of cuffed jeans with an edgy wallet chain and leather combat boots

‘After I lost primary custody of Roan, I couldn’t function. I just lay on the couch. I was so damn tired. I would cry,’ she told the outlet.

Stone continued: ‘I couldn’t focus on anything but having my son back in my arms. Nothing else mattered, just getting him back.’  

Stone has since then signed a confidentiality agreement about the custody battle.

The star was married to Roan’s father, now 70, from 1998 to 2004.

Looking good: Her short and spiky blonde hair was slicked back and she completed her casual look with cool retro shades and zebra-patterned handbag

Looking good: Her short and spiky blonde hair was slicked back and she completed her casual look with cool retro shades and zebra-patterned handbag

Aspiring actor: Meanwhile, Stone's son, who she adopted as a baby in 2000, styled in long hair in a messy top knot and sported a white tank and Off-White sneakers

Aspiring actor: Meanwhile, Stone’s son, who she adopted as a baby in 2000, styled in long hair in a messy top knot and sported a white tank and Off-White sneakers

At the height of his career, Bronstein was a well-known war correspondent and investigative journalist, who was a finalist for the Pultizer Prize for reporting on the fall of Filipino dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 1986.

Stone wanted a family with Phil, but had trouble conceiving. The star suffered three miscarriages before the couple adopted Roan in 2000.

After her life-changing stroke in 2001 and the end of her marriage three years later, the couple entered a bitter custody battle, which Stone lost.

Phil was awarded primary custody, with Sharon getting visits from her son every month.

Now 21, Roan is making his first steps in the acting world, and will star in What About Love, with Andy Garcia playing his on-screen father.

Stone and Roan are due to star in a film together in 2022. Now 21, Roan is making his first steps in Hollywood (pictured in 2019)

Stone and Roan are due to star in a film together in 2022. Now 21, Roan is making his first steps in Hollywood (pictured in 2019)

Following the divorce, Sharon went on to adopt her son Laird in 2005 and son Quinn in 2006.

She hasn’t remarried since, and made headlines in 2019 when she was blocked from dating platform Bumble after creating a profile that was thought to be a catfish. 

Reflecting on love in the Saga interview, Stone said she felt she ‘deserve a loving relationship,’ and said: ‘I have a greater understanding of what that is than ever before.

She added she had learned from her years of dating, quipping the most successful men are often the ‘least available for a relationship.’

Family: Sharon and Phil adopted their first and only child together in 2000 before they split just three years later; pictured 2002

Family: Sharon and Phil adopted their first and only child together in 2000 before they split just three years later; pictured 2002

Speaking candidly of her dating experience, she also said she dated ‘liars and charlatans.’

‘I learned a lot about men and their behavior – that men who are the most successful are often the least available for a relationship, and the least thoughtful. Some were quirky, and nice and interesting. Others were liars and charlatans.’

Her book the Beauty of Living Twice, which was released on March 30 caused a stir upon its publication.

The actress left no things unsaid in the work, which spanned her career, personal life and family life.

No time for lies: 'I learned a lot about men and their behavior – that men who are the most successful are often the least available for a relationship, and the least thoughtful,' she said of the men she had dated in a Saga interview; pictured 2019

No time for lies: ‘I learned a lot about men and their behavior – that men who are the most successful are often the least available for a relationship, and the least thoughtful,’ she said of the men she had dated in a Saga interview; pictured 2019



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