Michelle Williams: Lunch Date With Her BFF

Michelle Williams: Lunch Date With Her BFF

Michelle Williams and 6-year-old Matilda went to lunch with best pal Busy Philipps on Wednesday (February 29). The group ate their meals inside M Cafe in Los Angeles, Calif.

Busy looked pretty in her bright yellow dress!

The Cougar Town star has mentioned she’s been Michelle’s plus-one at a few awards shows.

She recently told Popsugar, “I’m Michelle Williams’ date for the third time as she’s nominated for the Critics Choice and the GG and hopefully third time’s a charm… and my BFF comes home with a statue!

“I’m really crossing my fingers and also I feel like if she doesn’t win maybe next time she’s gonna go with a different date.”

The two also attended the Oscars together this past weekend. Busy had said their girls helped them get ready for that event.

Both of our daughters will be around, that’s always a little chaotic. The little girls like to see their moms get dressed up and then they don’t want us to leave.”

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Filed under: Busy Philipps,Matilda Ledger,Michelle Williams

Photo credit: Pacific Coast News/Bauer Griffin/Splash News

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  1. Anon

    Are the paparazzi standing over their table? Wtf? That is so intrusive, if that were me I would have drag them out by the hair. I really admire non media whore celebrities who seem so calm about these idiots invading their privacy.3

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  2. Anonymous

    Matilda is beautiful, and looks so much like her dad.

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  3. Anonymous

    Why is the carrying a 6 year old around? Let her walk like a normal person.

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  4. Shoop

    That girl is too old to be carried, Michelle is tiny as it is.

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  5. anonymous

    The paparazzi were not standing over their table if you look a the pictuer you will see from the placement of the iPhone and handbag on the table that’s we’re Busy was sitting and that the pictuer quality is different from the others.

    My guess is that the pictuer was taken by a staff member or a fan who was in the restaurant with their phone.

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    • Anonymous

      If it was a staff member, I hope they were fired. Talk about instrusive. And CBS, why would you purchase a photo that is clearly a violation of someone’s privacy & taken unbeknownst to them?

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      • Anonymous

        Unless you are in need of publicity like certain d-listers, reality stars, etc., most celebs do not want to be relentlessly followed and photographed, but put up with it. Taking a picture of someone up close in a restaurant like this is clearly crossing the line — it’s one thing to follow someone down the street, but here, Michelle does not even seem aware she’s being snapped. Creepy.

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  6. jd

    I still carry my 4 year old daughter if she gets tired and I’ll do it as long as possible, I really don’t understand why it bothers people so much. I won’t be holding her when she’s 16, don’t be in such a hurry for kids to grow up.

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    • Anonymous

      People here seem to think they have the right to tell strangers how to parent their children, whether it’s carrying them, how the dress or don’t dress them, whether they use nannies, how many they should have, etc. It’s really creepy.

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      • Janna

        The funniest thing are the posts that say, “Put her down!!!” or “She shouldn’t be carrying her”.

        Um… okay… do you think Michelle Williams is coming to this site to check for parenting advice? I don’t think so, so like the other poster said, “Who are they talking to” when they post stuff like that?

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  7. Anonymous

    About the carrying thing – Matilda isn’t photographed very often, so I imagine it might be quite distressing for her.

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