Maya Hawke, 23, goes for a walk in New York City with her boyfriend Tom Sturridge, 36
Maya Hawke and her boyfriend Tom Sturridge were spotted out in New York City on Wednesday.
The couple, 23 and 36, struggled against the low temperature in stylish outerwear as they took a walk through the Big Apple.
Hawke, who is the daughter of actors Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, carried a drink in a small white cup.
Afternoon excursion; Maya Hawke and her boyfriend Tom Sturridge were spotted out in New York City on Wednesday
The young woman, who is an actress and model, was wearing blue leggings and black sneakers with dark gray socks.
She kept warm in a raised, raised gold jacket, which she zipped all the way through.
The singer-songwriter’s blonde hair was cut into a bob with bangs that framed her face, strikingly reminiscent of her mother.
Hawke skipped makeup for the day and showed off his naturally beautiful face.
The couple, 23 and 36, struggled against the low temperature in stylish outerwear as they took a walk through the Big Apple
Tom kept warm in a black hat and a long, patterned coat. He only tightened a button.
Under the outer layer he wore a purple shirt with a round neck. The strands of black headphones hung around his neck.
His outfit was extended with a pair of black jeans marked by ivory shoes.
The actress – who shares daughter with Sienna Miller – rocked with a shaved beard of dark hair and kept her hands in her pockets.
The two smiled and laughed at each other as they came through town.
Hawke, who is the daughter of actors Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman, carried a drink in a small white cup
Maya, who attended the prestigious Juilliard School, recently released a music video for her single Blue Hippo.
The musician promoted the song on Instagram and shared still images from the production with his 3.5 million followers.
‘Blue hippopotamus in an hour, link in my story xxx’, she wrote in a teaser caption before dropping the artwork on Tuesday.
Maya’s parents were married from 1998 to 2005.
In addition to Maya, they share a son, Maya’s brother Levon Roan Thurman-Hawke, 19.
Last month, while discussing with the Guardian how her mother and father initially felt about her acting dreams, Maya said: ‘They wanted to make sure I had a strong enough backbone, my own passion for [acting] and work ethic. ‘
She added: “They were on guard against the public life side of acting and the difficulties of it.”