Kate Mara keeps it casual as she picks up baked goods in LA
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The finale of her provocative FX on Hulu series A Teacher dropped on Tuesday.

And on Thursday, Kate Mara was spotted dropping by an eatery in LA's Los Felix neighborhood to pick up a coffee and freshly baked goods.

The actress, 37, made sure to wear a face mask as she picked up her items amid the ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases in Southern California.

a person standing in front of a building: New Year's Eve errand:  Kate Mara was spotted dropping by an eatery in LA's Los Felix neighborhood to pick up a coffee and freshly baked goods on Thursday © Provided by Daily Mail New Year's Eve errand:  Kate Mara was spotted dropping by an eatery in LA's Los Felix neighborhood to pick up a coffee and freshly baked goods on Thursday

Mara was dressed casually in a pale gray cable knit sweater over a long black t-shirt.

She wore skinny black jeans and a pair of black leather slippers.


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Her hair was tied back from her face for the outing and she sported sunglasses. 

Mara is married to British actor Jamie Bell, with whom she shares a daughter, born in May 2019.

The couple met while making the 2015 superhero reboot Fantastic Four and announced their engagement two years later. They announced their marriage in July 2017. 

Bell was previously married to the actress Evan rachel Wood with whom he shares a seven-year-old son. 

Jamie Bell, Kate Mara posing for the camera: Celebrity couple: Mara is married to British actor Jamie Bell, with whom she shares a daughter, born in May 2019. They're pictured in July 2019 © Provided by Daily Mail Celebrity couple: Mara is married to British actor Jamie Bell, with whom she shares a daughter, born in May 2019. They're pictured in July 2019 Read more
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