Rose Byrne enjoys a stroll in the Sydney sunshine with her son  

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Rose Byrne looks casually chic in a cap and sweater as she enjoys a stroll in the Sydney sunshine with her son

Rose Byrne has been back in her native Australia for some months, with her family in tow. 

On Saturday, the actress, 41, headed out for a stroll in Sydney with her son Rafa, three, in Sydney.   

The star looked casually chic in a grey sweatshirt with a red lettering design on the front. 

Outing: Rose Byrne has been back in her native Australia for some months, with her family in tow. On Saturday, the actress, 41, headed out for a stroll in Sydney with her son Rafa, three, in Sydney. Both pictured

Outing: Rose Byrne has been back in her native Australia for some months, with her family in tow. On Saturday, the actress, 41, headed out for a stroll in Sydney with her son Rafa, three, in Sydney. Both pictured 

She added a pair of black track pants, and white sneakers worn with socks in the same tone. 

Rose had her brunette hair pulled back off her face and a black cap with an artistic paint design across the top. 

She appeared to go makeup free, and walked along holding the hand of her son, who carried a stick he’d found. 

Cool: The star looked casually chic in a grey sweatshirt with a red lettering design on the front

Cool: The star looked casually chic in a grey sweatshirt with a red lettering design on the front

It comes after news that the Australian actress has been cast as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in upcoming film They Are Us. 

Fans will see a different side of the Bridesmaids star as she plays the political leader in the wake of the tragic 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings.

At the time, Ms Ardern was commended for her response to the two consecutive mass shootings. The terrorist attack was carried out by gunman Brenton Tarrant who killed 51 people.

Role: It comes after news that the Australian actress has been cast as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in upcoming film They Are Us

 Role: It comes after news that the Australian actress has been cast as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in upcoming film They Are Us

The film follows Arden in the wake of the tragic 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings: At the time, Ms Ardern was commended for her response to the two consecutive mass shootings. The terrorist attack was carried out by gunman Brenton Tarrant who killed 51 people

The film follows Arden in the wake of the tragic 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings: At the time, Ms Ardern was commended for her response to the two consecutive mass shootings. The terrorist attack was carried out by gunman Brenton Tarrant who killed 51 people

The film will be directed by New Zealander Andrew Niccol, who has also worked on award-winning films like The Truman Show and Gattaca. 

‘They Are Us is not so much about the attack but the response to the attack…how an unprecedented act of hate was overcome by an outpouring of love and support,’ Andrew told The Hollywood Reporter. 

‘The film addresses our common humanity, which is why I think it will speak to people around the world. It is an example of how we should respond when there’s an attack on our fellow human beings.’ 

Inspirational leader: Ms Ardern is pictured leaving Friday prayers at Hagley Park in Christchurch, New Zealand in March 2019

Inspirational leader: Ms Ardern is pictured leaving Friday prayers at Hagley Park in Christchurch, New Zealand in March 2019

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