Matt Damon & Family Stroll To School

Matt Damon & Family Stroll To School

The school run was a family affair for Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso, who headed out in New York City yesterday with daughters Alexia, 13, Isabella, 5, and Gia, 3 (January 11). It looks like baby sister Stella, 1, sat this trip out!

While Isabella and Gia stayed tucked away in the double stroller, the Bourne Identity star and his wife of 6 years made the most of their chilly morning stroll, sipping on Starbucks and chatting as they made their way through the city streets.

The doting dad recently revealed that he is very content with his big and busy brood, saying, “Everything is full; it’s just full all the time.”

Matt will likely have some words of wisdom to share with his good friend Ben Affleck, who is about to welcome baby #3 with his wife Jennifer Garner.

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Filed under: Alexia Barroso,Gia Damon,Isabella Damon,Luciana Barroso,Matt Damon

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  1. Pippa

    This is so cute. Although I wish we could see the younger girls through the stroller’s umbrella.

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  2. Molly Cassidine

    Where is John Krakawsi ? Thought that they were writing a movie and that Matt
    Did not like the script! His step daughter looks like her Mom! Another marriage
    That has lasted through the years! Just like Ben and Brad all of them have great
    Relationships and are great fathers!

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    • Anonymous

      Who? Do you mean John Krasinski? Jane Krakowski? And why would you expect that person to be with them just because they’re writing a movie together? What does work have to do with walking their kids to school? Do walk with all your coworkers wherever they go, even when you’re not working?

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  3. Anonymous

    There not walking their kids to school.

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  4. Wally

    They are walking to school – one of the school bags is on the side of the stroller.

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