Ewan McGregor and partner Mary Elizabeth Winstead have been seen for first time with baby Laurie (Picture: Splash News)
Ewan McGregor has been spotted for the first time with his baby son Laurie as he and his partner Mary Elizabeth Winstead went for a stroll in Los Angeles.
The actor, 50, and American actress Mary, 36, were masked-up as they headed out in the Californian sunshine in a bid to protect themselves and others from coronavirus.
Scottish star of the silver screen Ewan wore a white T-shirt and a pair of khaki shorts in a bid to keep cool as he pushed Laurie’s buggy.
Moments later Birds of Prey star Mary could be seen cradling her baby as they stood by the side of the road.
News of Laurie’s arrival emerged last month when Ewan’s daughter Clara shared a picture of herself and her new brother on Instagram.
‘Welcome to the world little brother ❤️ congratulations to my Dad & Mary – this is the greatest gift,’ she wrote.
The couple stepped out in the sunshine with the new addition to their family (Picture: SplashNews.com)
Ewan is also dad to Jamyan, 20, Esther, 19, and 10-year-old Anouk, whom he shares with his ex of 22 years, Eve Mavrakis.
In January 2018, the Trainspotting actor filed for divorce from Eve, which was later finalised in August 2020.
Ewan has been dating Mary since late 2017, when the two were first spotted together at his North London home.
When his split from Eva was first announced, his daughter, Clara, seemingly let her feelings be known publicly, leaving a comment under a photo of the actress from the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars party.
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‘Most beautiful and talented woman on earth???’ Clara wrote, quoting the account’s profile message, adding ‘Oh man y’all are delusional. The girl is a piece of trash 🙂 x.’
She later opened up about the incident and told The Times: ‘It wasn’t the most mature way to go about things, but I was angry and upset.’
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