Emma Stone has made her first public appearance since giving birth to a daughter with her partner, Dave McCary. While picking up coffee, she was seen wearing a black tee.
On May 2, Emma Stone, 32, went for a coffee run just one month after giving birth to her first child with comedian husband Dave McCary, 35. In the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles, the Oscar winner was radiant in a cropped black tee and loose fitting, light wash jeans as she picked up two big drinks from Starbucks. Since welcoming a baby girl on March 20, it seems the new parents were in need of some caffeine.
Black sandals, a black Louis Vuitton bag with gold chain decoration, and layered gold necklaces completed the look for the La La Land star. Her auburn hair was slicked back into a low ponytail, and she wore tortoiseshell sunglasses and a blue protective face mask. About the fact that Emma hasn’t spoken publicly about her baby, a source told Us Weekly last month that the couple was doing well.
“Having a baby has brought them closer in a way they never expected,” a source told the outlet, explaining that Emma “has been at home with her husband and the baby,” and has remained “very low-key and has asked people to just respect their privacy during this time.” Her husband, who is a writer on Saturday Night Live, has been “hands-on and helping with their daughter” while Emma has been “soaking in all the precious moments of being a mom for the first time”.
The adorable pair has been dating since 2017, when Emma was a host on Saturday Night Live. He directed her during the show’s “Wells for Boys” skit, according to some accounts, and the rest is history. They announced their engagement in December 2019 when Dave shared an adorable selfie with Emma and her sparkling ring on Instagram. They married in September 2020, after their initial wedding plans were thwarted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and now they have a family of three!
The couple has kept a low profile over the years, but Emma did open up about having children to her friend Jennifer Lawrence in the September 2018 issue of Elle. She admitted, “As I’ve grown older, my outlook on kids has shifted.” “I’ve never babysat or done anything like that. I used to say to myself as a teenager, “I’m never getting married, I’m never having kids.” And then as I grew older, I realized, “I just want to get married and have kids.”