Chloe Sevigny bundles up in a leather coat as she goes for a walk with her family in New York

Chloe Sevigny, 48, bundles up in a leather coat as she goes for a walk with husband Sinisa Mackovic, 41, and son Vanja, two, in New York City

Chloe Sevigny bundled up against the chilly temperatures while taking a walk with her husband and son in New York Sunday. 

The Russian Doll actress, 48, appeared low key in a belted black leather coat and jeans. 

The Oscar nominee covered her shoulder length blonde lock with a black balaclava and appeared to be makeup free behind her dark sunglasses. 

Bundled up: Chloe Sevigny bundled up against the chilly temperatures while taking a walk with her husband and son in New York Sunday. The Russian Doll actress, 48, appeared low key in a belted black leather coat and jeans

Husband Sinisa Mackovic, 41, kept warm wearing a sage green jacket, black and white track pants and a T-shirt. 

Young Vanja, two, started out cocooned in his stroller, but later had to be carried by his mom, while wearing a puffy jacket, jeans and black boots. 

The couple tied the knot in March 2020 and Vanja was born in May of the same year. In an interview with ES magazine, Chloe gushed about her life with the director of the Karma Art Gallery in New York City.

Family time: The actress enjoyed family time in  Manhattan's SoHo area with her husband, Sinisa Mackovic, 41, and young son, Vanja, two

Family time: The actress enjoyed family time in  Manhattan’s SoHo area with her husband, Sinisa Mackovic, 41, and young son, Vanja, two

‘It’s really nice to be with someone who’s like, super-solid and comfortable in his skin and very supportive and not competitive. He’s a nurturer. He works with artists, he runs a gallery.’ 

‘He helps shape people’s careers and support them and their ideas,’ she explained.  ‘He’s like a caregiver in a way. And he’s also a businessperson, which is really nice because I’ve been coddled since I was 19, so even buying, like, airplane tickets is challenging for me.’ 

Chloe can currently be seen in theaters in Bones and All opposite Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell. 

Married life: In an interview with ES magazine , Chloe gushed about her life with the director of the Karma Art Gallery. 'It’s really nice to be with someone who’s like, super-solid and comfortable in his skin and very supportive and not competitive'

Married life: In an interview with ES magazine , Chloe gushed about her life with the director of the Karma Art Gallery. ‘It’s really nice to be with someone who’s like, super-solid and comfortable in his skin and very supportive and not competitive’

She has a small, but violent role in the horror film about a young couple who bond over a shared compulsion for cannibalism.  

At the film’s New York premiere, the actress told Indiewire she had already worked with director Luca Guadagnino on the TV series We Are Who We Are, and jumped at the chance to do it again, even in a small role. 

‘So Luca called and said, “I have a small but pivotal role for you in my new film. Will you come?” And I was like, “I’ll come for anything, one line, no lines, whatever it is.” I just wanted to be there to support his vision. I’m just a huge fan.’

Small role: Chloe has a small, but violent role in Bones and All, a horror film about a young couple who bond over a shared compulsion for cannibalism. Seen in October

Small role: Chloe has a small, but violent role in Bones and All, a horror film about a young couple who bond over a shared compulsion for cannibalism. Seen in October


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