Charlize Theron sports all-black gym attire on a grocery run in LA
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Charlize Theron did her part to help slow the spread of coronavirus as she masked up for a grocery run in Beverly Hills over the weekend. 

As the Oscar-winning actress, 45, exited a Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills, she could be seen pushing a cart with at least seven paper bags full of snacks for her household. 

While stocking up her pantries for the new year, the star kept a relatively low-profile in all black as she showed off her toned physique in a pair of skintight leggings. 

a man sitting on a cart: Stocking up: Charlize Theron did her part to help slow the spread of coronavirus as she masked up for a grocery run in Beverly Hills over the weekend © Provided by Daily Mail Stocking up: Charlize Theron did her part to help slow the spread of coronavirus as she masked up for a grocery run in Beverly Hills over the weekend

She completed her sporty ensemble with a baseball cap with a palm tree design on the front over her wavy blonde hair, a dark t-shirt, gold necklace and athletic jacket. 

In addition to picking up some fresh produce, she appeared to purchase a box of Rice Krispies cereal for her young daughters Jackson, nine, and August, five. 

Her outing comes just weeks after detailing how 2020 has shaped her as a person amid the COVID-19 pandemic and a social sea change in the wake of the George Floyd killing.  

Family-of-three: As the Oscar-winning actress, 45, exited a Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills, she could be seen pushing a cart with at least seven paper bags full of snacks for her household © Provided by Daily Mail Family-of-three: As the Oscar-winning actress, 45, exited a Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills, she could be seen pushing a cart with at least seven paper bags full of snacks for her household

'The first thing that comes to mind is how complacently I’ve been living in a society where systemic racism has been alive and well,' the beauty told Harper’s Bazaar Arabia in December.

She continued: 'It’s not just about the unnecessary amount of violence around police brutality, but the bigger picture of how we are all living in a system that is set up to keep [African and African-American] people in a place where, when we ask them to live to their full potential as individuals, and it’s really an impossible task; we’re setting them up for failure.'

The South African actress said that the year has given people the focus 'to take a real inventory, look at ourselves and [address] the things that we don’t think about; and 'asking ourselves bigger questions that go deeper. 

a person riding a bike on a city street: Fit: While stocking up her pantries for the new year, the star kept a relatively low-profile in all black as she showed off her toned physique in a pair of skintight leggings © Provided by Daily Mail Fit: While stocking up her pantries for the new year, the star kept a relatively low-profile in all black as she showed off her toned physique in a pair of skintight leggings

'That’s really been at the forefront for me, just asking myself more questions and educating myself as much as I possibly can.' 

Theron, who adopted her children in 2012 and 2015, has focused much of her philanthropic attention on causes including HIV education, women's empowerment and stopping gender-based violence.

She told the outlet she follows her gut on which causes she focuses her time and attention to.

Charlize Theron holding a sign posing for the camera: Big heart: Her outing comes just weeks after detailing how 2020 has shaped her as a person amid the COVID-19 pandemic and a social sea change in the wake of the George Floyd killing; seen in 2019 © Provided by Daily Mail Big heart: Her outing comes just weeks after detailing how 2020 has shaped her as a person amid the COVID-19 pandemic and a social sea change in the wake of the George Floyd killing; seen in 2019

'There’s a human element and a reaction to things that you just naturally will have,' said Theron. 'We all respond to things differently.'

The United Nations Messenger of Peace continued: 'When something is really emotionally tough for you, you know that it matters to you - that’s something I’ve always listened to. I don’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t trying to use my voice for something that mattered to me.

'You realize the things that are important in your life, and you realize the things where it’s important for you to try to be part of a change; that’s how I gauge my involvement.'

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