Julianne Moore and daughter Liv

10/02/2006 at 08:00 AM ET

Actress Julianne Moore, 44, was at a playground in New York with daughter Liv, 4, on Thursday. Moore and husband Bart Freundlich, 36, also have son Cal, 8.

Liv rides in a MacLaren Volo ($110). The closest color available for 2006 is Salmon Pink.

Source: Abaca

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Shay on

Do 4 year olds usually ride in strollers? Or just for long walks?
I love all that red hair! Gorgeous!

Amanda on

What a beautiful little girl, she looks just like her Mama!

Gracie on

Shay, I thought the same thing, but didn’t want to say it – everytime we see a picture of Julianne and her beautiful daughter, she’s in a stroller, which seems a little odd to me – she looks pretty big for it, I can see occasionally putting my 4 year old in a stroller, but all the time? I guess things are different when you live in NYCity, it’s easier to manouvre and to keep track of your kid if she’s in a stroller?

melanie on

What a beauty! But how could she not be? We live in D.C. and usually have our 5 year old daughter in a stroller, especially when we are taking the subway or going downtown.

sandy on

I love that little girls hair. gorgeous!
she is going to be just as beautiful as her mother when she is an adult.

I think that perhaps it might be a saftey thing too, she is a celebs kid after all, and NYC isnt exactly the safest place to be. better safe then sorry.

I am a single mother of twins who doesnt drive and lives in a very big city. I havent used a stroller since they were 16 months old. I just found the stroller to be more of a hassle then a convience, maybe cuase double stollers are bulkier. I also love that the walking wore them out so that it mae bed time a breeze.

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