Felicity Huffman wears plaid for horseback riding session in LA … amid “life is back to normal” report
She has been keeping a low profile since spending 11 days in federal prison in 2019.
And on Wednesday, Felicity Huffman was spotted enjoying a day of horseback riding in Los Angeles.
The 58-year-old reality TV star donned a plaid shirt with riding pants and a helmet during her riding session.
Low-profile day: She’s been keeping a low profile since spending 11 days in federal prison in 2019. And on Wednesday, Felicity Huffman was spotted enjoying a day of horseback riding in Los Angeles
Felicity donned a black and white top with brown riding pants, opting for riding boots and a helmet.
The former Desperate Housewives star wore sunglasses to complete her casual look.
The star’s horseback riding session comes just over two months after a source told ET that “Felicity’s life is back to normal” as her family thrives.
“Both of her daughters are thriving in college,” the source said. “Her husband has big projects going on and she has a big project going on. Felicity did the right thing, accepted her responsibilities and rehabilitated her career and her reputation.
Focused: The 58-year-old reality TV star donned a plaid shirt with riding pants and a helmet during her riding session
Felicity and her husband William H. Macy are the parents of daughters Sofia, 20, and Georgia, 19.
The actress continues to bounce back two years after her involvement in the college admissions scandal.
Felicity admitted to paying admissions officer William Singer $ 15,000 through her non-profit Key Worldwide Foundation.
The money went to a supervisor to correct the wrong answers on his daughter Sofia’s SATs.
Authorities said the nonprofit was set up to accept bribes.
Beaming: Felicity donned a black and white top with brown riding pants, opting for riding boots and helmet
Her hobby: The former Desperate Housewives star wore sunglasses to complete her casual look
After her conviction, Felicity admitted wrongdoing and remorse for her actions during the events.
She said: ‘I broke the rule. I admitted it and pleaded guilty to this crime. There are no excuses or justifications for my actions … I was stupid, and I was so wrong. ‘
Adding: “I can promise you that in the months and years to come, I will try to live a more honest life, serve as a better role model for my daughters and family, and continue to devote my time and energy wherever I go. i am needed. . ‘
Felicity, who spent 11 days in federal prison in October 2019, is at the center of a Netflix docu-drama titled Operation Varsity Blues, following the federal investigation that led to her arrest.
She “won’t be watching Operation Varsity Blues,” the ET source said.
Her career appears to be on the rise as she was cast for an ABC comedy about a minor league baseball team, Deadline reported last fall.
The latest: Huffman continues to bounce back about two years after his involvement in the 2019 scandal was made public. She was pictured in April 2019 in Boston