Sienna Miller & Marlowe: Library Time

**EXCLUSIVE** Sienna Miller brings baby daughter Marlowe to a local public library for some book reading in New York City

Such a sweet shot!

New mom Sienna Miller and her daughter Marlowe, 7 months, enjoyed some mommy-and-me time at a public library in New York City on Friday (February 22). The adorable duo read some books before heading out for a bit of shopping at Little Marc Jacobs in the West Village.

The Girl actress, 31, attended the 2013 Golden Globes last month and opened up about motherhood.

“It’s really nice [to be at Golden Globes], but I miss my baby!” Sienna said on the red carpet. “She’s just got to the age where I leave and she cries so it’s just heartbreaking. That’s the milestone we’re at, but it’s good. It’s lovely to be nominated and to be here.”

Sienna’s fiancé, actor Tom Sturridge, recently joined Broadway’s Orphans, costarring Alec Baldwin.

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  1. Ano

    Maximum cuteness!

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  2. Mara

    That hair! So cute!

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  3. Luísa

    Marlowe is soooo cute!

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  4. Essa

    Awww, that baby has more hair than me!

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  5. JJ

    She’s the cutest baby I’ve ever seen.

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  6. alys

    Lovely. Absolutely wonderful to see a parent that is involved and exposing their child to simple pleasures, like the library. Regardless of her age Marlowe looks to be enjoying herself!

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  7. Tee

    Is she really 7 months old with all that hair?

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  9. Anonymous

    thats exactly how I was and my mom had thin blonde hair, she had no idea what to do with it. she’ll grow into all that hair!

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