Jason Momoa Takes a Walk with Zoë and Lola

10/21/2008 at 12:30 PM ET
Rodrigo Guerra/Ramey

Stargate: Atlantis star Jason Momoa was spotted out walking in Soho with 15-month-old daughter Lola Iolani and Zoë Isabella, 19, Lisa Bonet‘s daughter with rocker Lenny Kravitz, on Friday afternoon in NYC.

Lisa confirmed last week that she is pregnant with her third child. She is due in January and awaits a delivery surprise.

Lola rides in a Bugaboo Bee in red ($529).

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Ama on

Hey, they’re next to my house! I ran into Zoe on Saturday at Coffeeshop, a Union Square restaurant.

brooke on

Zoe’s so pretty, she looks like a young version of lisa. I can’t tell who lola looks like yet, but x17 had pics of zoe carrying her, it was very sweet. Lisa was alone with zoe for awhile, and now will have 2 babies close in age, what a difference. Can’t wait to see what the next baby is, I hope a boy.

Amber on


I saw her too, but near the bowling alley on Washington. Beautiful family!

Cassandra on

Oh my goodness, you can tell little Lola has an attitude already, how cute! Its nice too see Zoe still wants to spend time with her little sister, even though the age difference is so huge. I’m sure Lisa loves that.

FC on

I like how they blend in. I mean, I know Zoe is a celeb child, and Jason is an actor, but I just love how dressed down they are. They just look so normal, and I love that! If I had seen them out and about, it would’ve taken me a minute to realize who they were.

shannon on

Does she not also have a son with the yoga instructer??

Sarah on

I love that they’re close. Lola is so stinkin cute!

Zeko on

Wow that is one good looking family! It’s great to see Jason wanted the Hawaiian name ‘Iolani used!

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