Whitney Port has a laid back Valentine’s Day as she hits up a local bakery for some sweet treats with her son Sonny
Whitney Port had a laid back Valentine’s Day with her husband Tim Rosenman and their only child Sonny.
The 35-year-old Hills darling was seen in Los Angeles as she ran some errands, snagging some sweet treats from a local Studio City bakery and hitting up Walgreens.
No grand gestures needed on the hallmark holiday, Port looked to have all she needed just by being in the company of her family.
Laid back love: Whitney Port, 35, runs errands in Los Angeles with husband Tim Rosenman and son Sonny, three, as she and the family enjoyed a chilled out Valentine’s Day in sweats
Usually a beacon of style, Port opted for comfort as she sported grey joggers and an old T-shirt with a stylish pullover.
Daring to wear socks and Birkenstocks while out and about, she was seen making quite a few stops as she grabbed a pressed juice and a nice cup of coffee.
Sonny, three, looked in good spirits as he wore army green pants a geometric printed sweatshirt while strolling alongside his mom.
Both kept themselves protected in face masks during the early morning jaunt.
Family wardrobe: The Hills star and Sonny seemed to run out for a few quick things as she was later seen making cinnamon buns
Upon returning home Port activated mom mode as she baked off some delicious looking cinnamon buns.
Tim had gifted her some roses as she photographed Sonny playing in their living room.
She shared a carousel of photos on Instagram of her husband of six years as she wrote ‘I’m so obsessed with you. Don’t be scared. It’s fine. I love you.’
The pair first met at a dinner party of one of her former boyfriend’s as Whitney recalled to the publication SheKnows ahead of their wedding in 2014.
Loved-up: Port has been married to Rosenman since 2015 with Whitney calling their first encounter ‘love at first sight’; pictured February 9
Day at home: Her day consisted of cooking up some decadent desserts and relaxing with her family
‘Tim was there. And I sat across from him. I left the dinner saying to a mutual friend, “Oh my god. Who is that guy? I think I love him.” Seriously!’ she said.
Port added, ‘There was just something about him. He was super funny, really normal and just really laid-back. Not pretentious, and not trying too hard.’
A producer, he later signed onto another Hills reboot – The City – and things only blossomed from there.
Over the weekend her MTV castmates Heidi and Spencer Pratt, Brody Jenner and Brandon Thomas Lee (the son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee) all filmed for the upcoming season of the show in Lake Tahoe.
Not a fan: Port had expressed concerns when the MTV reboot show wanted to house all the cast members under one roof in an effort to continue filming amid the COVID-19 pandemic with safety precautions; pictured January 15
Whitney confirmed that she had signed on for a second season despite sharing reservations after last season’s reboot The Hills: New Beginnings, and filmed for a month before the pandemic hit which caused a halt.
When production was slated to start back up in the fall, the show flirted with the idea of filming in a bubble and housing the cast under one roof due to COVID-19 safety precautions.
Speaking to Laguna Beach star Lauren Conrad on her With Whit podcast in September she said:
‘After we were finished filming I was having so much anxiety about it. And I was like, “I don’t know if I can do it again.” I decided to sign on for the second season. We filmed for a month and it was totally fine. But now that there’s this new idea of us living all together [I’m not sure].’
The show seemed to forego the idea especially since castmates Audrina Patridge, Heidi and Spencer and Whitney all have children. The show is slated for release sometime in 2021.
Back to work: Speaking to longtime pal Conrad on her podcast in September she said ‘After we were finished filming [last season] I was having so much anxiety about it. And I was like, “I don’t know if I can do it again”‘; pictured June 2020