Naomi Watts and Sasha visit Bondi Beach

03/07/2008 at 12:20 PM ET

Actress Naomi Watts, 39, pushes son Alexander "Sasha" Pete, 7 months, in his stroller while visiting Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia today.  Dad is actor Liev Schreiber.


Photo by Flynet.

Strider Sasha is riding in a Strider 3 Steelcraft in Slate ($449).

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Kristin on

looks like a “Quinny Speedi” to me.
not 100% sure

kristin on

could also be a “Valco Tri Mode” Stroller.
hard to tell. But since I think that quinny is not that popular in Australia I guess its a Valco.

Kate O'Connell on

It’s a strider steelcraft 3 – which is basically an uppababy w/ 3 wheels… and if you go to the website & look at the steelcraft 4 wheeled one…it is the uppababy in different “skins”.

Noelle on

Sorry if this has already been addressed and I missed it, but does anyone know why he’s called Sasha?

Sarah’s note: LOL, I feel like I answer this in every post now, so if you don’t mind I’m just going to copy/paste my stock answer!😉

Naomi said in interviews just after he was born that they call him Sasha, the Russian nickname for Alexander. Liev is Ukrainian. In her recent Glamour interview, she calls him Alexander too, so we include both.

tracey on

We have the Steelcraft Strider 4 in red – it’s such a great pram! I’m so happy to see a celeb use it too. (There’s a bassinette available for when baby is younger too – we recommend it)

rebecca on

As an American living in Australia, I feel like the Steelcraft brand is the Aussie equivalent of the Graco brand, which is not available here. Steelcraft baby gear seems relatively affordable and appear to be of good quality. Does anyone know if that’s a correct analogy?

carol on

Hi Rebecca, Graco – is a great brand, and it is available in Australia. I know that sells a lot of there products.

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