It’s the first sighting of the Queen & Slim actress since she’s given birth.
- Actress Jodie Turner-Smith was photographed while on a walk with her newborn daughter in tow.
- It was the first time Turner-Smith has been photographed out and about since welcoming her first child with Joshua Jackson last month.
- Turner-Smith has remained vocal about how she’s adjusted to motherhood in recent weeks, especially amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Jodie Turner-Smith and her newborn daughter are getting their steps in.
Since welcoming her first child with her husband, actor Joshua Jackson, last month, the Queen & Slim actress was photographed for the first time out and about. Going for a walk in Los Angeles with her newborn daughter in tow, Turner-Smith wore a white graphic T-shirt, black leggings, Gucci leather sneakers, a casual baseball cap, sunglasses, and a precautionary face mask.
Though both Turner-Smith and Jackson have remained mum on details regarding their child—the couple still haven’t revealed the name of their newborn—the actress has shared tidbits of new motherhood on social media with her followers.
“Mum = Milk factory till further notice,” hilariously quipped Turner-Smith on her Instagram while detailing how she’s experienced breastfeeding thus far.
Jackson has been vocal on social media as well. Last weekend, he posted a sweet tribute in honor of his wife and new daughter for their first Mother’s Day together.
“On this most special of mothers days I want to thank you for the being the light that you are. For the the passion with which you threw yourself into nurturing and protecting our child when she was in your womb. For the dedication and will you showed bringing her into the world,” wrote Jackson alongside an intimate photo of Turner-Smith cuddling their daughter. “I have never witnessed a more powerful being than you through those moments. Thank you for the depth of grace you have found since our daughter has arrived. The commitment that you make look so effortless but I know is anything but. Thank you for making me a father.”