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Emily Ratajkowski and husband Sebastian Bear-McClard share a romantic kiss on the streets of NYC

Emily Ratajkowski and her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard looked more in love than ever while out on a stroll with their nine-month-old son Sylvester and their Husky-German Shepherd mix Colombo.

On Thursday, the 30-year-old model and the Uncut Gems producer shared a romantic kiss on the streets of New York City.

The Gone Girl star bundled up in a soft pink and black North Face puffer jacket which she zipped up to her chin. 

Happy: Emily Ratajkowski and her husband Sebastian Bear-McClard looked more in love than ever while out on a stroll with their nine-month-old son and their Sylvester Husky-German Shepherd mix Colombo.

The catwalk queen donned baggy black sweatpants and sported white sneakers.

The I Feel Pretty actress carried a large black bag that had silver zippers and shielded her eyes from the sun with black cat-eye sunglasses.

The brunette beauty wore her long locks down in loose waves as she pushed Sly’s stroller down the street. 

In love: On Thursday, the 30-year-old model and the Uncut Gems producer shared a romantic kiss on the streets of New York City

In love: On Thursday, the 30-year-old model and the Uncut Gems producer shared a romantic kiss on the streets of New York City

At one point during the family’s outing, Emily unzipped her jacket and covered her face with a black surgical mask. 

Sebastian stayed warm in a bright orange and black puffer jacket which he wore unzipped over a slate blue t-shirt.

He donned dark green sweatpants along with an orange beanie, white sneakers and yellow socks.

McClard tucked a pair of shades into the collar of his t-shirt and held a pink shopping bag as well as Colombo’s leash.

Staying warm: The Gone Girl star bundled up in a soft pink and black North Face puffer jacket which she zipped up to her chin

Staying warm: The Gone Girl star bundled up in a soft pink and black North Face puffer jacket which she zipped up to her chin

Little Sylvester, whom the couple have nicknamed Sly, was tucked away in his pricy black-and-gray Doona stroller, which sells for between $550 and $650.

On Wednesday, Emily shared an adorable photo of the rarely glimpsed child as she fed him a bottle at home.

The essayist had her hair tied up casually and appeared to be wearing nothing more than a gray sweater, while Sly looked adorable in a green shirt and pants decorated with grinning killer Whales.

Loving moment: On Wednesday, Emily shared an adorable photo of the rarely glimpsed child as she fed him a bottle at home while seemingly wearing nothing but a gray sweater

Loving moment: On Wednesday, Emily shared an adorable photo of the rarely glimpsed child as she fed him a bottle at home while seemingly wearing nothing but a gray sweater

Though she has continued to focus on her modeling career, Emily recently branched out with her first essay collection, My Body, which was released in November.

The collection features several pieces that delve into how her body has been perceived and judged by people due to her modeling career.

‘One of the subjects that I deal with in the book is how, if you have objectified your own body, then it’s like you’re not capable of having thoughts,’ she told W Magazine earlier in December. ‘Writing and being so honest with myself about those power structures and the ways I was complicit has been such an incredible gift.’

Prior to the collection’s release, she courted headlines after an excerpt leaked in which she accused singer Robin Thicke of sexually assaulting her during the filming of his Blurred Lines video.

New territory: Though she has continued to focus on her modeling career, Emily recently branched out with her first essay collection, My Body, which was released in November

New territory: Though she has continued to focus on her modeling career, Emily recently branched out with her first essay collection, My Body, which was released in November 

She accused Thicke of ‘groping’ her bare breasts behind the scenes of the 2013 music video in an essay named after the song.

In a selfie from a photoshoot that Emily posted Thursday, she said she wrote about her experiences filming the video because ‘it says so much about the evolution of my beliefs and politics.’

She added that it was initially a good experience, as she was ‘surrounded by women I liked and trusted,’ but Thicke’s alleged assault changed her perception of the set. 

Ratajkowski explained to BuzzFeed in late November that she hadn’t even wanted to the write the essay, but relented after her editor encouraged her.

‘I had that anecdote about what happened on the set in another essay,’ she explained. ‘And my editor said to me: “This speaks to so much of what you’re talking about in the other chapters; why have you never talked about this moment that happened on set? Why don’t you write about it more?”‘

She also worried that her fans would think she was ‘capitalizing off of her moment of fame,’ and she later decided to cancel a standalone release of the essay after it was first reported, opting to leave it as just a part of My Body.

Speaking out: In October, the model courted headlines after it was reported that she accused singer Robin Thicke of sexually assaulting her during the filming of his Blurred Lines video

Speaking out: In October, the model courted headlines after it was reported that she accused singer Robin Thicke of sexually assaulting her during the filming of his Blurred Lines video

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