She announced this week that she and her father have finally buried the hatchet after years of feuding.
And while the future’s looking bright with her mum and dad, Lindsay Lohan injected a burst of colour into an otherwise grey day as she stepped out in New York City on Friday.
The former Speed The Plough actress went make-up free, sweeping her russet locks upon her head, allowing her bright red jacket to do the talking.
Miss Scarlet! Make-up free Lindsay Lohan brightens up a drizzly day in New York City as she steps out wearing a loud red jacket
Looking pensive, Lindsay, 31, looked slick in the fur number, which was detailed in a square pattern and showed off her lithe frame with it’s form-fitting design.
She wore a chunky red sweater underneath as well as smart black slacks and killer heeled boots as she left a meeting at a NYC office, before crossing the street.
She was seen taking a cigarette from her Prada purse and taking a drag as she waited to be collected.
The Mean Girls alum told Wendy Williams on Friday’s show that they she and her father, Michael, now get along.
Looking pensive: Lindsay, 31, looked slick in the fur number, which was detailed in a square patter and showed off her lithe frame with it’s form-fitting design
A burst of colour: She wore smart black slacks and killer heeled boots as she left a meeting at a NYC office, before crossing the street
‘It’s great,’ said the Herbie Full Loaded star, who now calls Dubai home. Both her parents were in the audience of the daytime talk show as well as Lindsay’s 94-year-old grandmother.
The split between her mom Dina and dad Michael in 2007 was anything but civil as tabloids ran stories about unpaid child support and domestic abuse.
Wendy told Lohan that she is the most talked about person in the history of her show – having mentioned her more than 150 times.
‘I don’t know whether to say thank you or I’m sorry,’ the Mean Girls actress said as the audience laughed.
Red all about it: The former Speed The Plough actress went make-up free, sweeping her russet locks upon her head, allowing her bright red jacket to do the talking
Family matters: Lindsay Lohan told Wendy Williams that the relationship with her parents is ‘great.’ Her mom Dina and dad Michael were both in attendance
Troubled times: Lohan’s pareents split back in 2007 and it was anything but civil. Tabloids ran numerous stories about unpaid child support and domestic abuse
Williams was very surprised to see her parents in the same room.
‘I think that in life, parents have their things together and sometimes the children are immersed in it and you just have to really step back and let your parents do what they do and figure out everything for themselves,’ she said.
‘And we all have a great relationship now so it’s nice . . . it’s much simpler that way.’
Special day: The Parent Trap star’s mother and grandmother was also in attendance. She was celebrating her 94th birthday
There’s dad: Michael was also in the audience as he sat next to a pretty brunette
E News caught up with The Parent Trap star just days earlier. She told the outlet that she is living a calmer life abroad.
‘For me I prefer to come back to America when I’m working or to see family,’ she said. ‘I like having my private life and feeling safe and I feel very safe in Dubai.’
She also revealed that she’d happily reunite with her Mean Girls cast.
‘I would love to do Mean Girls 2. We had so much fun filming that movie,’ she said.
New home: The actress is currently living full-time in Dubai
After a rocky several years dealing with substance abuse and family turmoil, the child star seems to be back on track.
She told Wendy that she’s got a lot of little projects in the works—including opening a chain of nightclubs and designing an island in Dubai.
The actress is also vying for the role of Batgirl in Warner Brother’s alleged new film.
Still at it: The actress is currently vying for the role of Batgirl in Warner Brother’s alleged new DC Comics project