Hilary Duff
Pictured: Hilary Duff poses for a portrait while promoting her new album "Breathe In. Breathe Out." in New York on June 17, 2015. Reuters/Lucas Jackson


  • Hilary Duff stepped out with her daughters in Los Angeles on Saturday
  • The actess was snapped looking somber while grabbing coffee
  • She recently admitted she's still open to a "Lizzie McGuire" reboot

Hilary Duff was spotted looking downcast and somber in her first public sighting since admitting that she's still willing to do the scrapped "Lizzie McGuire" reboot.

On Saturday, the 35-year-old Hollywood actress was photographed grabbing coffee in Los Angeles with her 1-year-old daughter Mae in tow. Photos exclusively released by Daily Mail showed her looking somber during the sunny outing.

Duff was seen sporting a bulky black coat over a white T-shirt, which she matched with a pair of blue jeans and black shoes, during the sighting.

One of the photos showed Duff carrying her daughter Mae's pink backpack, which had the latter's three-letter name embossed in bold yellow lettering on the front. She held onto Mae with her other hand.

A little later, Duff was spotted once again walking the street wearing the same outfit while holding onto her other daughter, 4-year-old Banks.

Duff shares both Banks and Mae with her musician husband Matthew Koma, also 35. She also has a 10-year-old son, Luca, with her ex-husband, ice hockey player Mike Comrie.

Earlier in the week, Duff made a guest appearance on "Watch What Happens Live," where she got asked by host Andy Cohen if she was still down for the "Lizzie McGuire" revival.

She told Cohen that "of course" she's willing to do it. But when the host asked about "the main sticking point" that led to the cancellation of the project, Duff was a bit hesitant to respond.

"Disney+ was very new, and I think they were figuring out their... and we were figuring out our... and I am optimistic," she said.

Though Duff did not spill the beans on the scrapping of the planned Disney Channel show revival, Deadline reported that creative differences played a part in why Disney+ executives pulled the plug on the project.

According to the entertainment news outlet, the streamer wanted the show to stick to its original family-friendly formula. Meanwhile, Duff wanted the reboot to be a more adult version of the show to reflect her age.

Though things did not work out between Duff and Disney+ for the reboot, the actress is still working with Disney on Hulu's "How I Met Your Father."

Hilary Duff
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 06: Matthew Koma and Hilary Duff attend InStyle And Warner Bros. Golden Globes After Party 2019 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 06, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. Leon Bennett/FilmMagic