What storm? Lucy Hale is undeterred by heavy rainfall as she makes her way to the gym in Los Angeles
The actress, 33, tried to keep dry wearing a quilted aubergine jacket over her lilac leggings and sneakers as she made her way to the gym.
The Pretty Little Liars star carried a large tan water bottle and wore her shoulder length locks down in loose layers.
Rain: Neither rain or sleet could keep Lucy Hale from her workout Saturday. The 33-year-old actress tried to keep dry wearing a quilted aubergine jacket over her lilac leggings and sneakers as she made her way to the gym Saturday in Los Angeles
The Ragdoll actress was able to check her phone while enjoying a short break in the precipitation.
Lucy, who was makeup free, showing off her flawless complexion, has been busy honing her craft.
After having three projects release in 2022, she is looking forward to having two more released in the near future.
Hydrated: The Ragdoll actress was able to check her phone while enjoying a short break in the precipitation. She carried a large tan water bottle and wore her shoulder length locks down in loose layers
The brunette beauty is starring in Mort in Sherman Oaks, an off-beat romance about a terminally ill man, played by Kier Gilchrist, who joins a dating service that matches potential partners based on their projected death dates.
It’s there he meets Lucy’s Kate, and the two strike up an unlikely friendship.
The Memphis native will be taking another stab at cinematic romance in Which Brings Me To You.
Romcoms: Lucy has two new romcoms set for release in 2023. She will star in the off-beat Mort from Sherman Oaks with Kier Gilchrist, and Which Brings Me To You opposite Nat Wolff
Lucy will play a freelance journalist, who comes close to hooking up in the cloak room with Nat Wolff’s photographer at the wedding of some mutual friends, but both decide against a meaningless one-night stand.
Instead, they spend the next 24 hours sharing stories about themselves including their most embarrassing sexual encounters, first loves, heartbreak and whirlwind romances.
The romcom is based on the Steve Almond novel by the same name.