Cate Blanchett dons cloud-print jumpsuit with her entire family in NYC… after teasing retirement

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Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett’s outfit was heavenly as she emerged from The Bowery Hotel in Manhattan’s Lower East Side with most of her family in tow.

The Australian 50-year-old – who relies on stylist Elizabeth Stewart – sported a cloudy sky-print jumpsuit with white platform loafers and she toted a large blue bag.

However, the How to Train Your Dragon actress’ blonde bob had seen better days – scraped unceremoniously into a messy updo.   

Head in the clouds: Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett's outfit was heavenly as she emerged from The Bowery Hotel in Manhattan's Lower East Side with most of her family in tow

Head in the clouds: Two-time Oscar winner Cate Blanchett’s outfit was heavenly as she emerged from The Bowery Hotel in Manhattan’s Lower East Side with most of her family in tow

Blue skies: The Australian 50-year-old sported a cloudy sky-print jumpsuit with white platform loafers and she toted a large blue bag

She relies on stylist Elizabeth Stewart

Blue skies: The Australian 50-year-old – who relies on stylist Elizabeth Stewart – sported a cloudy sky-print jumpsuit with white platform loafers and she toted a large blue bag

Cate reached out to her youngest – four-year-old daughter Edith Vivian – who clutched a leopard-print rainbow plush toy.

Blanchett was joined by her husband of 21 years, Stateless executive producer Andrew Upton, whom she on the set of a 1996 TV show.

The Giorgio Armani beauty ambassador had her mother June, a property developer and teacher, with her entourage.

The Ocean’s Eight star and the 53-year-old playwright also brought along their 15-year-old son Roman and 11-year-old son Ignatius, but 17-year-old Dashiell was not present.  

Fuss free: However, the How to Train Your Dragon actress' blonde bob had seen better days - scraped unceremoniously into a messy updo

Fuss free: However, the How to Train Your Dragon actress’ blonde bob had seen better days – scraped unceremoniously into a messy updo

Cherubic child: Cate reached out to her youngest - four-year-old daughter Edith Vivian - who clutched a leopard-print rainbow plush toy

Cherubic child: Cate reached out to her youngest – four-year-old daughter Edith Vivian – who clutched a leopard-print rainbow plush toy

Still going strong! Blanchett was joined by her husband of 21 years, Stateless executive producer Andrew Upton (L), whom she on the set of a 1996 TV show

Still going strong! Blanchett was joined by her husband of 21 years, Stateless executive producer Andrew Upton (L), whom she on the set of a 1996 TV show

Squad: The Giorgio Armani beauty ambassador had her mother June (3-R), a property developer and teacher, with her entourage

Squad: The Giorgio Armani beauty ambassador had her mother June (3-R), a property developer and teacher, with her entourage

For the past year, Cate has been hinting at her desire to retire from acting to care for her children, pigs, and chickens and ‘just read Proust.’

‘Oh, yeah, it’s time for me to stop [acting]. Totally. Absolutely,’ Blanchett admitted to Vulture hours earlier.

‘And I’m sure audiences around the world, when they see this film [Where’d You Go, Bernadette], will say, “Oh, yes. It’s definitely time for her to stop.” I apologize in advance.”‘

Full house: The Ocean's Eight star and the 53-year-old playwright brought along their 15-year-old son Roman (3-L) and 11-year-old son Ignatius (R), but 17-year-old Dashiell was not present

Full house: The Ocean’s Eight star and the 53-year-old playwright brought along their 15-year-old son Roman (3-L) and 11-year-old son Ignatius (R), but 17-year-old Dashiell was not present

'Oh yeah': For the past year, Cate has been hinting at her desire to retire from acting to care for her children, pigs, and chickens and 'just read Proust'

‘Oh yeah’: For the past year, Cate has been hinting at her desire to retire from acting to care for her children, pigs, and chickens and ‘just read Proust’

Blanchett admitted to Vulture hours earlier: 'It's time for me to stop [acting]. Totally. Absolutely. And I'm sure audiences around the world, when they see this film [Where'd You Go, Bernadette], will say, "Oh, yes. It's definitely time for her to stop." I apologize in advance'

Blanchett admitted to Vulture hours earlier: ‘It’s time for me to stop [acting]. Totally. Absolutely. And I’m sure audiences around the world, when they see this film [Where’d You Go, Bernadette], will say, “Oh, yes. It’s definitely time for her to stop.” I apologize in advance’

'Time to stop': The only thing that keeps the three-time Golden Globe winner going back in front of the cameras is working with 'interesting people like [director] Richard Linklater and  Maria Semple'

‘To me, the role is secondary. It’s about who you’re in conversation with – and who wouldn’t want to be in conversation with these people?’ the House with a Clock in Its Walls actress asked.

‘Plus it’s Billy [Crudup] again, who I worked with 20 years ago, and that was an absolute joy, to work with him again. But then it’s like, “Okay. Time to stop.”‘

In the big-screen adaptation of Semple’s 2012 bestseller – hitting hits US theaters this Friday – Cate portrays architect and married mother Bernadette Fox, who goes missing.

Kristen Wiig, Laurence Fishburne, Judy Greer, and Megan Mullally also star in Where’d You Go, Bernadette.

Hitting hits US theaters this Friday! In the big-screen adaptation of Semple's 2012 bestseller, Cate portrays architect and married mother Bernadette Fox, who goes missing

Hitting hits US theaters this Friday! In the big-screen adaptation of Semple’s 2012 bestseller, Cate portrays architect and married mother Bernadette Fox, who goes missing



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