Whitney Port goes shopping in LA in striking brown and white blouse and brown pleated pants

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    The Hills: New Beginnings star Whitney Port goes shopping in LA in striking brown and white blouse and brown pleated pants

    She found fames as one of the stars of reality TV show The Hills and is currently appearing in the reboot New Beginnings.

    And on Wednesday, Whitney Port treated herself to a solo retail expedition in Los Angeles.

    The 36-year-old was seen checking out some home goods at a boutique before heading home with several purchases in store bags.

    Shopping trip: Reality star Whitney Port treated herself to a solo retail expedition in Los Angeles on Wednesday, checking out home goods at a boutique

    Shopping trip: Reality star Whitney Port treated herself to a solo retail expedition in Los Angeles on Wednesday, checking out home goods at a boutique

    For her shopping trip, Port chose a brown and white patterned short-sleeve blouse.

    She wore the top untucked over a pair of loose-fitting brown pleated pants.

    She stepped out in white trainers and sported brown-framed sunglasses. 

    Coordinated: Port, famous for being on MTV's The Hills and The Hills: New Beginnings, wore a brown and white patterned short-sleeve blouse with a pair of loose-fitting brown pleated pants

    Coordinated: Port, famous for being on MTV’s The Hills and The Hills: New Beginnings, wore a brown and white patterned short-sleeve blouse with a pair of loose-fitting brown pleated pants

    Famous face: The 36-year-old stepped out in white trainers and sported brown-framed sunglasses and carried her purchases in store bags as she headed home

    Famous face: The 36-year-old stepped out in white trainers and sported brown-framed sunglasses and carried her purchases in store bags as she headed home

    Port was cast in MTV’s The Hills in 2006 and the LA native stayed on the show until its conclusion at the end of its fourth season.  

    She then moved to New York City and starred in the short-lived reality show The City, which ran for two seasons.

    Although her second show was not as successful as her first, that’s where she met her future husband Tim Rosenman who was a producer on the series.

    The couple wed in 2015 and welcomed their son Sonny in 2017.

    Family: Port married TV producer Tim Rosenman, whom she met on set of the short-lived reality show The City, in 2015 and they welcomed son Sonny in 2017

    Family: Port married TV producer Tim Rosenman, whom she met on set of the short-lived reality show The City, in 2015 and they welcomed son Sonny in 2017

    Just last month, Port once again reflected on her struggles to have a second baby as her sister Jade gave birth to a son Tate in Chicago.

    Her nephew was born the same week that Port would have delivered her second child had she not suffered a miscarriage at eight weeks late last year. 

    ‘Crazy to think I would have had a newborn within this week too,’ she wrote on an Instragram photo in which she is seen holding the baby boy.

    ‘Sad to really think about it but I just really wanted to say it just to get it out of my head and send everyone who is dealing with some kind of fertility issue a virtual hug,’ she added.

    Fertility issues: Just last month, Port once again reflected on her struggles to have a second baby as her sister Jade gave birth to a son Tate in Chicago

    Fertility issues: Just last month, Port once again reflected on her struggles to have a second baby as her sister Jade gave birth to a son Tate in Chicago 

    Baby boy: Her nephew, pictured with his parents, was born the same week Port would have delivered her second child had she not suffered a miscarriage at eight weeks late last year

    Baby boy: Her nephew, pictured with his parents, was born the same week Port would have delivered her second child had she not suffered a miscarriage at eight weeks late last year

    Port suffered her first miscarriage in 2019. She revealed the heartbreaking news of her second miscarriage on Instagram in January 2021. 

    ‘I’m sad but I’m ok and we will try again,’ she wrote at the time. 

    ‘I also have so much sadness in my heart for anyone that has to go through this or has gone through this. I know though that our community will share, band together and support- cause you always do.’  

    In conversation with the Moms Like Us podcast on May 20, Port spoke about still trying to add to her family naturally.

    ‘We’re not in that process yet,’ she said of adoption. ‘We’ll see how it goes. I’m trying to do this new thing where I don’t give answers about something that I don’t know the answer to yet… because then I’m feeling bad about myself [since] I don’t know the answer. So, like, yes, adoption, I’m 100 percent open to it. But I’m not at that point yet.’ 

    Still trying: Port suffered her first miscarriage in 2019 and revealed her second miscarriage on Instagram in January 2021. She said in May she still hopes to add to her family naturally

    Still trying: Port suffered her first miscarriage in 2019 and revealed her second miscarriage on Instagram in January 2021. She said in May she still hopes to add to her family naturally

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