Salma Hayek, 55, cuts a chic figure as she heads out for dinner with her daughter Valentina, 14, and husband François-Henri Pinault
They recently stunned with their similarities while posing for a gorgeous Vogue Mexico cover shoot.
And Salma Hayek and her daughter Valentina put on another chic display as they headed out for dinner at the Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica on Wednesday.
The actress, 55, cut a chic figure in a black midi dress as she joined her husband François-Henri Pinault, 60, for dinner at the Italian eatery.
Family outing: Salma Hayek and her daughter Valentina put on another chic display as they headed out for dinner at the Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica on Wednesday
Salma donned a simple black wrap dress and matching heels as she arrived for the dinner with her husband and daugher in tow.
The Eternals star adorned her look with a long silver chained necklace for the family outing.
Meanwhile Valentina cut a chic figure in a metallic blue crop top and baggy blue jeans as she headed out for an Italian dinner with her famous mother.
Looking lovely: The actress cut a chic figure in a black midi dress as she joined her daughter, who sported a chic metallic blue crop top
Back in April, Valentina appeared on her first ever Vogue cover for the publication’s Mexican edition, posing for a shoot alongside her famous mother Salma.
In an interview conducted in Spanish, Salma opens up about coming to motherhood later in life, and what she thinks about Valentina following in her Hollywood footsteps.
Meanwhile, Valentina revealed her dreams of becoming an actress and a director, but also stressed the importance of helping others, which she did through volunteering at a soup kitchen.
Suave: Donning a sophisticated black midi dress, Salma was joined by her dapper husband François-Henri Pinault for dinner at the Italian eatery
Both mother and daughter donned designer clothes for the photoshoot, though Valentina insisted she often wears sweats.
Still, she does benefit from her mother’s closet of designer clothes — furnished in part by dad François-Henri Pinault’s company, which owns fashion brands including Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Alexander McQueen, and Yves Saint Laurent.
‘We fight over clothes because she takes everything from my closet,’ Salma said.
‘Since she was little she never let me choose her clothes, and I always liked that,’ Salma added. ‘[And] she’s very good with makeup. I’m good at makeup, but now she teaches me.’
Candid: Salma and Valentina recently graced the cover of Vogue Mexico together (pictured), and the teen shared her aspirations to become an actress
The pair have more in common than just clothes: They also both speak Spanish, and like to do so to speak privately in public.
‘When we are with more people I like it because it is like a secret because nobody speaks Spanish, because with my dad I speak French,’ Valentina said.
What’s more, Valentina wants to follow her mom into Hollywood, first as an actress and then as a director.
The teen also talked about how importat it is to be passionate about fixing world’s problems. In particular, she is moved by the problem of homelessness, ‘because I have friends who don’t have a home.’
Insight: In an interview conducted in Spanish, Salma opened up about coming to motherhood later in life, admitting she nearly retired from acting after becoming a parent in her 40s