Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber are the picture of friendly exes as they step out with their children Kai, 12, and Sasha, 13, in NYC
They have retained a friendly co-parenting bond.
And amicable exes Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber were seen out with their children in New York City this week.
The 52-year-old actress and 53-year-old Ray Donovan star enjoyed an outing in the city that never sleeps with Sasha, 13, and Kai, 12.
Co-parenting: Amicable exes Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber were seen out with their children in New York City this week
Naomi slipped into a bronze floral dress that showed off her slender legs and complemented it with a pair of matching shades.
She wore her blonde hair in a bob reminiscent of her role as 1930s actress Ann Darrow in Peter Jackson’s remake of King Kong.
Wrapping herself in a denim jacket she accessorized with a cross-body black leather handbag and rounded off her look with flats.
Meanwhile the silver fox she used to be involved with was wearing a navy cardigan over a true blue t-shirt and clasped on a medallion necklace.
Party of four: The 52-year-old actress and 53-year-old Ray Donovan star enjoyed an outing in the city that never sleeps with Sasha, 13, and Kai, 12
After 11 years together Naomi and Liev announced their split in late 2016 when the news was eclipsed by the more acrimonious breakup of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Naomi is currently carrying on a relationship with the dashing Watchmen actor Billy Crudup, 52, whom she was first linked to in early 2017.
Meanwhile Liev is also in a long-term relationship, in his case with the leggy 28-year-old blonde Taylor Neisen whom he has been with since 2017.
Naomi explained her equation with Liev during a 2019 interview with the Sunday Times Style magazine saying: ‘Having a good relationship has always been our endgame, and we’ve put a lot of energy and effort into making that so.’
History: After 11 years together Naomi and Liev announced their split in late 2016 when the news was eclipsed by the more acrimonious breakup of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
She added: ‘It’s not always a cakewalk, as they say in America. But it makes complete sense that it is an absolute priority, because it really matters to the children. You can see how there are so many things that can make a kid feel anxious, and knowing that their parents can be in the same room and joyfully, it means a lot to them.’
On the professional front Liev’s upcoming movies include Across The River And Into The Trees which is adapted from a 1950 Ernest Hemmingway novel of the same name that is set in Italy as World War II winds down.
Liev has been cast in the role of a terminally ill middle-aged U.S. serviceman, Colonel Richard Cantwell, who falls in love with an 18-year-old Italian contessa called Renata.
Meanwhile Naomi’s upcoming movie releases include Once Upon A Time In Staten Island which stars her alongside heartthrobs Frank Grillo and Bobby Cannavale.