Emily Ratajkowski and her son attended a traditional Halloween celebration in New York City.
On Monday, the model was photographed with her 19-month-old son Sylvester during the city’s Halloween parade.
For the occasion, Ratajkowski wore a black turtleneck, a black leather skirt, and black knee-high boots. The youngster, whom she nicknamed Sly, was wearing a crimson cape and a heart-patterned jumper.
Later, she posted a shot to her Instagram Story in which Sly stood with the family’s dog, who was dressed as the Big Bad Wolf from Little Red Riding Hood by wearing a shirt and a white hat.
The 31-year-old actress and her ex-husband Sebastian Bear-McClard share Sylvester. Ratajkowski and Bear-McClard were married for four years prior to her September filing for divorce.
In a cover article for the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar, Ratajkowski discussed the profound impact parenthood has had on her life…,
The model stated, “I’ve never had such distinct priorities in my life.” “Sly is number one, and that’s that.”
The author of My Body noted that in her new role as a mother, she has had to “reevaluate” her priorities.
She continued, “It has caused me to reevaluate my priorities, such as, what do I want to educate my son?”
Ratajkowski stated a year ago that babies “have this genderless aspect” and that she is aware that people approach Sly differently when they discover he is a boy.
She said to Interview, “Once people realize that he is a boy, they deal with him differently than they would with a baby girl.”
She said, “Sometimes I feel annoyed by this because I believe there is a tendency to fling boys into the air and be a bit rougher with them than with girls.”
Ratajkowski stated that she is absorbing these events and utilizing them to shape her actions with Sly.
She stated, “This already disturbs me because I can see where it will lead.” “I do not know the answers, but it occurred to me as soon as I learned I was expecting a boy.
The best I can do is to teach him compassion and about these power dynamics that males do not need to scrutinize in the same way that women do, and to make him aware of and concerned about them.”