Gossip Girl vet Kelly Rutherford, 51, looks youthful in hot white as she picks up food without a mask in Beverly Hills
Kelly Rutherford looked ready for summer this Wednesday.
The Gossip Girl actress looked elegant when she picked up food from La Scala in Beverly Hills.
When everything turned white, it was clear that the 51-year-old talent was looking forward to the season ahead.
White okay! Kelly Rutherford was already wearing white on Wednesday to get food from La Scala in BEverly Hills
Wearing a white tee shirt and light linen trousers, Kelly looked caring and brilliant. They layered a long monochrome cardigan for warmth.
The former soap opera actress just admitted, adding black slip on shoes and crisp dove gray handbag.
Kelly, a mother of two, flaunted a fresh face and dewy skin while stepping out. Interestingly, during her pickup, she was without a mask.
Mask off: Although she was on her way to a foodie, she skipped the mask
Stylish: Rutherford played socialite mother Lily van der Woodsen on Gossip Girl's hit series
Rutherford, who's socialite mother Lily van der Woodsen played in the hit series Gossip Girl, recently opened up to Hollywood Life about her quarantine habits.
She has kept healthy, calls fruit and vegetables an essential home. To continue, the star has run her two dogs.
Kelly has not yet delved the Netflix catalog too deeply, but said she saw Unorthodox.
She also said she is excited to see Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint, which does not stream on Kino Marquee, a site that helps independent, arts theaters make a digital experience.
Akrimonious: The actress was embroiled in a bitter custody battle with German businessman ex Daniel Giersch, started in 2008, while still pregnant with Helena. She is featured in 2019 above
Rutherford is not quarantining with her two children, son Hermés, 13, and daughter Helena, 10.
The actress was embroiled in a bitter slaughter with German businessman ex Daniel Giersch, started in 2008, while still pregnant with Helena.
Initially, the former couple reached a temporary settlement of joint physical care, which was in effect until April 2010.
But two years later, Giersch – best known for challenging Google's rights to the Gmail trademark in Europe – was forced to leave Los Angeles to have his work visa revoked and he was banned from going back to the United States.
International drama: In 2015, a judge son Hermes and daughter Helena returned to Monaco to live with Giersch for good; the former couple is pictured with Hermes in 2008
A California judge ruled that it was in the best interests of the children to live with their father, something that Rutherford fought until 2015.
It was at this point that a judge Hermes and Helena returned to Monaco with Giersch for good.
Because of her refusal to send her children back to her father, Rutherford was banned from bringing her home to the U.S. and is only allowed to visit Europe.
Since the final verdict, Rutherford has regularly traveled back and forth to Europe to visit with her.