Whitney Port wears baggy outfit for family outing with husband Tim Rosenman and son Sonny, 6, after he declared she’d look ‘hotter’ if she gained weight
Whitney Port and husband Tim Rosenman were spotted with their son Sonny in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The 38-year-old influencer and TV producer, 44, stayed close by while their 6-year-old joined them on an errand.
For the weekend outing, the mother of a child wore a baggy orange and blue shirt with horizontal stripes.
The former Teen Vogue intern paired her sunglasses with the top, aviator style with blue frames and tinted lenses.
Rosenman, for his part, complemented his wife’s relaxed style with a pink long-sleeved T-shirt.
Family outing: Whitney Port and husband Tim Rosenman were spotted with their young son Sonny in Los Angeles on Sunday
Her look: On the weekend outing, the mother of one child wore a baggy orange and blue horizontally striped shirt
Whitney added a pair of very light gray sweatpants, along with patterned sneakers, blue laces and rubber soles.
She was carrying a plastic cup of orange juice and her light brown hair was pulled back from her face.
The former MTV personality slung a small black bag over her shoulder as she let her husband lead the walk.
He was wearing light gray shorts with white stockings and a pair of worn white sneakers.
Tim looked handsome with a full beard and a black hat covering his short hair.
One of his hands was full as he carried a white plastic bag as well as a small brown paper bag.
The couple’s son wore a yellow T-shirt with “Jamaica” printed on the front.
He added red shorts, black socks, and red and black sneakers.
Old couple: Whitney and Tim tied the knot in 2015
Family of three: Earlier this year, Whitney shared a snapshot of the trio vacationing on Instagram
In the latest episode of her podcast With WittRosenman recently clarified his “concern” about Whitney’s weight.
After bringing up the subject of multihyphenate weight earlier this summer, he said he did so because he felt she was “too thin from an aesthetic point of view,” not from a well-being point of view.
“I didn’t think it would be taken out of context like that because the concern could go in different directions,” Whitney added of the public reaction to her husband’s concerns.
“The concern was that you could get warmer with 10 to 15 pounds more. I should have said that. Maybe that’s f****d up too. People could come to me for that, but I’m not worried about your health because I took you to the doctor,” Tim said.
Despite his fears about how he might come across to fans, Whitney agreed, saying she doesn’t like the way she looks “aesthetically”.
But she said of how her skinny body was the result of an illness, “It all stemmed from the fact that I tore my esophagus and lost all that weight when I got sick.” Since then I think I just haven’t put it on.’
Whitney told in July how Tim, with whom she has six-year-old son Sonny, had told her he was afraid she was ‘too thin’.
She said he made the admission while highlighting how her fans online talked about how thin she was — which she says is partly due to her unhealthy approach to eating.
Whitney went on to tell fans how stepping on a scale was an “eye-opener,” saying in her podcast, “Once you see the numbers, the numbers can’t lie.”
She added, “In my head I didn’t think it was as big of a deal as it actually was, and I still don’t really think it is.”
“But I do think I’m clearly undereating and the way I look now doesn’t look healthy. It’s not how I want to look.
“I complain a lot about my lack of energy.
“Part of that comes from not giving myself what it actually needs.”
The ex-reality star has also asked her fans not to “worry” as she intends to “eat mindfully” and “put the right things in (her) body”, and “work out in a way that strengthens muscles”. builds up’. ‘.
She vowed, “I’m on it, guys. … I don’t think it’s as big a problem as it seems.’