Sigourney Weaver, 71, covers herself in an orange fleece over her wetsuit as she walks on the beach after swimming in the ocean
She was recently spotted enjoying a day at the beach with her daughter Charlotte.
But Sigourney Weaver cut a solo figure as she strolled along the sand after swimming in the ocean in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
The Aliens actress, 71, donned a comfy orange fleece over her wetsuit and donned a blue mask as she walked the beach after a swim in the ocean.
Wrapped up in warmth: Sigourney Weaver, 71, cut a figure solo as she strolled along the sand after swimming in the ocean in Los Angeles on Wednesday
Sigourney donned a full black jumpsuit as she enjoyed a swim in the cold California ocean.
The Hollywood star then wrapped herself in a blue towel and orange fleece as she stepped out of the water.
Sigourney quickly donned a blue flowered face mask as she walked along the beach making sure to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The sighting comes after the actress – whose father Pat Weaver created the Today show – appeared on the February issue of InStyle.
Outdoors: The Aliens actress donned an orange fleece comforter over her wetsuit and donned a blue mask as she walked the beach after a swim in the ocean.
Speaking about her dressy appearance on the cover of the publication, Weaver explained how she thinks fashion trends will change after the global pandemic ends; the actress noted that future differences would suit her well.
“Maybe dressing will become more personal, more individual – and more comfortable, which in my opinion is a good thing,” she said.
Weaver discussed several topics during her interview with the fashion publication, including her debut as an actress and how she reacted to her former acting professors rejecting her talent as a performer, which she would have considered. as a learning experience.
“ They said I didn’t have the talent to be in the business, that they didn’t think I should be in school. It took me many years to get over it … if anyone is reading this who is a theater student don’t do what I did – don’t take it so seriously and believe it really.
The three-time Oscar nominee went on to talk about how she proved her critics wrong and how her subsequent success as an actress allowed her to change the roles she was given, saying, “ I often have. .. a contribution. ”
Staying together: Sigourney is pictured with husband Jim Simpson and daughter Charlotte last year. The couple have been married since 1984
Weaver explained, “This is both the advantage and the disadvantage of working with me.
The Paul actress also shared her thoughts on relationship counseling and how she believed to look inward when facing issues with a partner; She has been married to director Jim Simpson since 1984 and the two share a 30-year-old daughter named Charlotte.
The actress said: ‘I’ve always believed what they say in psychology magazines – that whatever is wrong with your current relationship, you will come back to it in the next. So why not stick with that great guy you found and work things out with him?
Weaver also explained that her stage name was not the result of a larger identity change play, which many sources have speculated; the actress was born as Susan Alexandra Weaver.
“ I had no idea what a huge step to change my name was, or what that probably said about my willingness to go my own way. I did not see it in this context. I just didn’t like being called Susie … and look, now some people call me Siggy, who’s just like Susie. You cannot escape your destiny.
Her Work: Weaver, who is six feet tall, has always used her incredible figure to advance her career even though she has acting skills and a degree from Yale University.