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Emily Ratajkowski wears a t-shirt that says Change Is Good as she strolls with her child Sylvester

Emily Ratajkowski wears a t-shirt that says Change Is Good as the new mom pushes her child Sylvester in a stroller while heading to a French bistro

Emily Ratajkowski went for a casual look as she stepped out with her newborn child Sylvester, two months, in New York City on Wednesday.

The 29-year-old model appeared relaxed as she pushed Sylvester’s stroller down the street on the way to an afternoon lunch at the French-American bistro The Odeon.

The Gone Girl actress was wearing a red and blue Online Ceramics tie-dyed t-shirt with the wording ‘Change Is Good’ across the front.

Relaxed: Emily Ratajkowski went for a casual look as she stepped out for lunch with her newborn child Sylvester in New York City. The Gone Girl actress was wearing a red and blue Online Ceramics tie-dyed t-shirt with the wording ‘Change Is Good’ across the front

Writing on the politically progressive star’s shirt also promoted sustainability as it featured the phrase ‘Reduce Reuse Recycle’ across the bottom. The hand tie-dyed shirt had a graphic of an earthworm crawling through a stenciled heart.

Ratajkowski paired the t-shirt with black biker shorts and white sneakers. She accessorized with a dangling gold hoop earrings and gold necklaces.

She sported square tortoiseshell sunglasses and carried a black quilted shoulder bag with a metal chain strap. 

Eco-friendly: Writing on the politically progressive star's shirt also promoted sustainability as it featured the phrase 'Reduce Reuse Recycle' across the bottom

Earth lover: The hand tie-dyed shirt had a graphic of an earthworm crawling through a stenciled heart

Eco-friendly: Writing on the politically progressive star’s shirt also promoted sustainability as it featured the phrase ‘Reduce Reuse Recycle’ across the bottom

Her white mask was in her hand though she did not cover her face during her outing. Mask mandates were officially lifted for the fully vaccinated in New York City on Wednesday.

The brunette beauty’s long hair cascaded over her shoulders with the springtime breeze sweeping strands away from her face.

Emily gazed down lovingly at her infant as they took in the fresh air during their Tribeca excursion.

New mom: Emily gazed down lovingly at her infant as the two took in the fresh air during their Tribeca excursion

New mom: Emily gazed down lovingly at her infant as the two took in the fresh air during their Tribeca excursion

On Sunday, Ratajkowski shared a photo of her holding Sylvester while enjoying brunch with her 27.4 million Instagram followers.

She covered Sylvester’s face with an angel baby emoji to protect her child’s privacy. Emily shares Sylvester with her husband of three years, Uncut Gems producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, 34.

Emily announced her pregnancy on the cover of Vogue last autumn and wrote an essay about why she would not declare the gender of her child, though she has referred to Sebastian as her ‘son’.

‘When my husband and I tell friends that I’m pregnant, their first question after: “Congratulations” is almost always: “Do you know what you want?”‘ she said.  

Sunday Funday: On Sunday, Ratajkowski shared a photo of her holding Sylvester while enjoying brunch with her 27.4 million Instagram followers. She covered Sylvester's face with an angel baby emoji to protect her child's privacy

Sunday Funday: On Sunday, Ratajkowski shared a photo of her holding Sylvester while enjoying brunch with her 27.4 million Instagram followers. She covered Sylvester’s face with an angel baby emoji to protect her child’s privacy

‘We like to respond that we won’t know the gender until our child is 18 and that they’ll let us know then,’ she shared, admitting: ‘Everyone laughs at this.’

She added: ‘There is a truth to our line, though, one that hints at possibilities that are much more complex than whatever genitalia our child might be born with: the truth that we ultimately have no idea who – rather than – what is growing inside my belly. Who will this person be?’

The first-time parent explained in the magazine: ‘I like the idea of forcing as few gender stereotypes on my child as possible.’

She confessed: ‘But no matter how progressive I may hope to be, I understand the desire to know the gender of our fetus; it feels like the first real opportunity to glimpse who they might be.’

New parents: Emily shares Sylvester with her husband of three years, Uncut Gems producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, 34. Seen in 2020

New parents: Emily shares Sylvester with her husband of three years, Uncut Gems producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, 34. Seen in 2020

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