Sienna Miller & Marlowe’s Morning Walkabout

Semi-Exclusive... Quality Mother Daughter Time For Sienna Miller And Adorable Daughter Marlowe

It was a mother-daughter morning for Sienna Miller on Thursday (January 10). The actress was spotted enjoying the Santa Monica, Calif. sights and sunshine while baby Marlowe hitched a ride in her baby carrier.

Capped with a pink toque, the 6-month old looked adorable wearing her warm leggings and knitted boots.

The 31-year old – who is engaged to actor Tom Sturridge – recently opened up about motherhood.

“People told me not to have kids, but I think motherhood’s got a bad rep – I don’t feel compromised. In fact I don’t want to be anywhere else except with her,” she shared. “My life is really different; it’s much better.”

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  1. Mary

    Beautiful baby, in these pictures she resembles Harper Beckham when she was smaller.

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  2. Tara

    That is NOT Sienna’s mother. Please change this. It’s most likely a nanny.

    Sienna’s mother: http://www.zimbio.com/photos/Jo+Miller/Sienna+Miller/BFI+51st+London+Film+Festival+Interview+Premiere/fQs3vc_zuVS

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    • smh

      Even though it’s not a life or death matter, I hate it when sites like this make aSSumptions. The same photos were posted on another site and the caption read that the woman’s identity was not known. I guess it makes for an interesting story if they speculate on identity?

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  3. anon

    Why isn’t she holding her baby? Is holding her too much too handle? Ugh

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  4. mar

    It seems like most celebrities have nannies. I guess it’s just to difficult for her to take care of her own baby. I could understand when working but all the time come on!

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  5. courtneyb

    Lovely little lady!

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