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Lizzie McGuire taking a selfie with her two children.

Hilary Duff Enjoys Day Out With Two-Year-Old Daughter Banks Violet

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By Jordan White

Hilary Duff, 32, looked stylish on Friday as she and daughter Banks, two, enjoyed a day out in Los Angeles.

The “Lizzie McGuire” star wore green slacks and short-sleeve white top that she paired with black athletic shoes. Duff and her daughter made sure to wear face masks during their outing.

Duff welcomed Banks with her now-husband, Matthew Koma, who she started dating in 2017.

Koma is a singer/songwriter. In 2015, he worked with Duff on her "Breathe In. Breathe Out" album.

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She Married Matthew Koma In 2019

Matthew Koma and Lizzie McGuire posing for a mirror selfie.
Lizzie McGuire/Instagram

In December 2019, the two tied the knot during an intimate ceremony in their backyard.

The “Younger” actress also has a son, Luca, who was born in 2012. She shares him with her ex-husband, Mike Comrie who she was with from 2010-2016.

Last year, she opened up during an episode of "The Motherly Podcast," on what it was like being a mom at only 24-years-old.

“It was a little isolating in the beginning because I didn’t have any friends that had babies yet,” Duff said.

She Has A Son With Ex-Husband, Mike Comrie

Mike Comrie and Hilary Duff taking a selfie outdoors with daughter, Banks.
Hilary Duff/Instagram

“But I had been working for such a long time that it felt like a natural step for me and I always knew I wanted to be a mom and I always knew that was going to be my number one priority in life. So, I felt ready on some fronts and a little scared on others,” she continued.

Duff added, “I only got scared once I was pregnant, you know, thinking like, ‘Oh this is actually really happening. What if this? What if that?”

She Had Her Son At 24-Years-Old

Hilary Duff posing with son, Luca, while wearing cowboy hats.
Hilary Duff/Instagram

After giving birth to her son, Duff admitted she lost “a big chunk” of her identity.

“I did feel like after I had him, I lost a big chunk of my identity for maybe the first year and a half,” Duff explained.

“At times, I was sad about it, but you know it’s full-on. I don’t remember setting him down for the first three months of life. I was obsessively googling things and I just took it really seriously that I didn’t realize how all-encompassing it would be," she continued.

She's Vocal On Body Image & Acceptance

Matthew Koma and Hilary Duff posing with their two children.
Hilary Duff/Instagram

“I knew it was the most important, biggest job in the world but you know, it looks very different once you’re just in the household with the baby by yourself all the time,” she added.

After giving birth, Duff discussed her changing body and the need to be accepting.

"Image is something we're all very aware of because it’s constantly being talked about, which is a little bit disappointing, and then also helps you be very in tune with yourself — your behavior, your body, and your happiness,” she said during an interview with Byrdie.

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