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Julia Roberts takes Henry Daniel out for a walk

07/04/2007 at 06:15 AM ET

Julia Roberts takes son, Henry Daniel, 2 weeks, out for a walk in Malibu yesterday. Henry joins big brother and sister, Phinnaeus Walter and Hazel Patricia, 2 1/2. Dad is cameraman, Danny Moder.

Source: I’m Not Obsessed

Henry rides in a Graco SnugRide infant car seat ($120), placed in a SnugRider stroller frame ($60).

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Tracy on

She looks SO happy to just not be pregnant anymore! It’s also nice to see that she still has a little baby belly! It leaves hope for the rest of us! Haha!

She is still glowing!

Kristin17 on

nice blanket.

Emily on

A breath of fresh air seeing a celebrity with a stroller than doesn’t cost hundreds of dollars!
Does she have an umbrella stroller in the basket?

medjool on

I am so charmed by how down-to-earth Julia Roberts is. A normal-priced stroller and walking out in public in a fitted shirt that shows her post-baby belly – she’s awesome!

Actually, my belly never looked that good at 2 weeks post-partum, to be honest. I looked 6 months pregnant after my second was born for at least a month. I love that she doesn’t seem to care about the hysteria that surrounds postpartum weight loss in Hollywood.


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