Julianne Moore lets her natural beauty shine on make-up free outing in chilly New York City

Stunning at 61! Julianne Moore lets her natural beauty shine on make-up free outing in chilly New York City

Julianne Moore was seen bundling up as she briefly stepped out for a quiet stroll in New York City earlier Wednesday morning ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. 

The Oscar-winning star, 61, tossed on a fashionable black coat while wrapping a thick scarf around her neck to stay warm in the brisk fall weather. 

She opted for a fresh, make-up free look for the outing, letting her natural beauty shine. 

The talented actress recently concluded filming her latest film called, May December, which also stars Natalie Portman. 

Natural beauty: Make-up free Julianne Moore, 61, was seen bundling up as she stepped out for a brief outing in New York City earlier Wednesday morning

Natural beauty: Make-up free Julianne Moore, 61, was seen bundling up as she stepped out for a brief outing in New York City earlier Wednesday morning

Staying warm: The Oscar-winning actress was seen with a thick scarf wrapped around her neck to stay warm in the brisk fall weather

Staying warm: The Oscar-winning actress was seen with a thick scarf wrapped around her neck to stay warm in the brisk fall weather 

The Still Alice actress kept her look simple and casual as she walked through the busy streets of the big apple. 

She slipped into a pair of classic blue jeans and added a black, double-breasted coat on top for a fashionable touch. 

To stay warm in the chilly breeze, Julianne wrapped a blue scarf securely around her neck. 

The mother of two opted to wear a pair of white sneakers to make strolling through the city blocks comfortable and easy. 

Instead of styling her hair, Julianne chose to add a simple black cap on top of her iconic red locks. 

A large brown-colored, cross-body purse was slung over her shoulder to hold a few items she needed during her daytime outing. 

She accessorized her look with a pair of AirPods and appeared to be holding a brief conversation as she strolled down a sidewalk. 

When the Hannibal star stepped out into the bright sunshine, she easily threw on a pair of fashionable black shades while sporting a little to no make-up look. 

When recently opening up to Vanity Fair about the beauty standards in the entertainment industry, Julianne expressed, ‘I do think the business is changing, which is great.’  

Busy stroll: As she walked through the bustling city streets of the big apple, the talented star could be seen with a pair of AirPods as she held a phone conversation

Busy stroll: As she walked through the bustling city streets of the big apple, the talented star could be seen with a pair of AirPods as she held a phone conversation 

Stepping into the sun: Julianne threw on a pair of fashionable shades when she walked under the bright sunshine

Stepping into the sun: Julianne threw on a pair of fashionable shades when she walked under the bright sunshine 

‘Probably an aging demographic helps. In terms of beauty standards, I think we are considerably more diverse and hopefully more age-interested too,’ she continued. 

Julianne further brushed on the topic of aging when opening up to The Wall Street Journal. 

‘People have talked to me about aging for as long as I’ve been in the business,’ she revealed, adding, ‘but this idea that it’s something we have control over, or that there’s a good or bad way to do it, is simply not true.’  

‘I actually think that when we really do feel aging is when we see it in relation to how much life we’ve lived,’ the star further stated when expressing her thoughts about perceiving age. 

The beauty will soon be celebrating her 62nd birthday early next month on December 3, and currently shares two children, Liv, 20, and Caleb, 24, with her husband, Bart Freundlich.  

Thoughts on aging: Julianne recently opened up to Vanity Fair about beauty standards in the industry, stating, 'I do think the business is changing, which is great'

Thoughts on aging: Julianne recently opened up to Vanity Fair about beauty standards in the industry, stating, ‘I do think the business is changing, which is great’

Talented: 'I actually think that when we really do feel aging is when we see it in relation to how much life we’ve lived,' she told The Wall Street Journal; seen in September at the Venice Film Festival

Talented: ‘I actually think that when we really do feel aging is when we see it in relation to how much life we’ve lived,’ she told The Wall Street Journal; seen in September at the Venice Film Festival 

Julianne has been keeping herself busy, and recently finished shooting her latest film called, May December. 

The feature is directed by Todd Haynes, who has also worked on other projects such as Carol (2015) and Far From Heaven (2002), which also starred Julianne. 

May December has also cast renowned actress, Natalie Portman, and also Riverdale alum, Charles Melton, for the additional leading roles. 

The premise of the film follows: ‘Twenty years after their notorious tabloid romance gripped the nation, a married couple (played by Julianne and Charles) buckles under the pressure when an actress (Portman) arrives to do research for a film about their past,’ according to IMDB.   

With the movie just finishing filming, a set premiere date has yet to be announced.  

Hard working: Julianne has been keeping herself busy, and recently finished shooting her latest film called, May December, also starring Natalie Portman and Charles Melton; the beauty seen in September in Venice

Hard working: Julianne has been keeping herself busy, and recently finished shooting her latest film called, May December, also starring Natalie Portman and Charles Melton; the beauty seen in September in Venice 

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