The busy Philipps was seen taking a stroll with her daughter in New York City on Friday.
The 43-year-old American actress looked stylish in a floral top paired with a long denim skirt as she strolled through Lower Manhattan with her 14-year-old daughter, Birdie Leigh Silverstein.
Busy’s blouse featured a ruffled collar and puff sleeves, and she dressed her ensemble with a pair of brown and white sneakers.
Birdie rocked a classic look with a navy blue dress embellished with constellation-like white dots, which she also wore with trainers.
Last year, Birdie landed a role in With Love, a series on Amazon Prime Video. This wasn’t the young actress’ first job as she had previously worked with her mother on two episodes of the series Cougar Town in 2014 and 2015.
Busy also shares another nine-year-old daughter, Cricket Pearl, with ex-husband Marc Silverstein.
In May, the mother-of-two announced that her 14-year marriage to Marc was coming to an end as the duo had mutually decided to divorce. She announced the split on her podcast Busy Philipps Is Doing Her Best.
“It’s been a really long time since Marc and I broke up and our kids know it, our families know it, our friends know it,” she revealed.
The siren then made headlines in June when she was arrested on civil disobedience charges while protesting during a rally outside the United States Supreme Court.
She was wearing a T-shirt that read “I Will Aid and Abet Abortion” when she was taken away by Capitol Police for blocking traffic.
After the incident, the actress took to Instagram and posted a picture of herself with her fist raised as she stood in front of a sign that read, “There’s No Hate Like Christian Love.”
This comes after the Supreme Court ended nearly 50 years of constitutional protections for abortion by overturning the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade ruling and returning the power to state to decide whether or not to allow abortion.
On her 43rd birthday in June, the actress shared a video of herself exercising with the caption, “It’s my birthday so even though I woke up crying I make myself move,” she wrote. “Because I’m not going to stop. We can’t stop.’
Philipps has been publicly campaigning for women’s right to vote for years. In 2019, she announced that she had an abortion when she was 15.
“I know people take abortion very seriously, but let me just say this. Women and their doctors are best placed to make informed decisions about what is best for them. No one else. No one.
“Here is the reality. No law criminalizing abortion will stop anyone from making that incredibly personal choice, but those laws will put more women at risk. Every woman deserves compassion and care, not judgment and interference, when it comes to her own body.
“I’m telling you this because I’m really scared for women and girls across the country,” she said.