Selma Blair & Arthur: Pink Pair

Selma Blair and Arthur do some shopping at The Grove **USA, Australia, New Zealand ONLY**

Selma Blair and her son Arthur were seen out twice in Los Angeles, Calif. on Thursday (May 2). Earlier in the day the Anger Management actress took her 21-month-old out shopping with friends at The Grove in West Hollywood.

Arthur was dressed colorful in a pink shirt and yellow shorts. Blair – also had on a pink shirt and juggled a drink while carrying the toddler.

The pair were later seen at a park in Studio City. The 40-year-old mom got some exercise in by pushing Arthur on his ride along toy. At one point they stopped to drink at a water fountain.

Blair recently tweeted a book she was reading to her son.

She wrote: “Arthur saint says Katharine Hepburn and Lauren Bacall. Bedtime reading.”

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  1. Zxcvbnmasdfghjklqwertyuiop

    What a beautiful child!

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  2. Anonymooousee

    “Ew, why would she put him in pink clothes. Pink is for girls only. Even his hair makes him look like a girl.”
    ….
    Is what the comments would be if it was Mason Disick wearing these clothes.

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    • Anonymous

      Nothing wrong with males wearing pink. Mason and Arthur still look like little boys even when dressed preppy. I’ve never seen Skyler Berman wear pink or yellow yet he’s dressed and looks feminine every day.

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  3. Zxcvbnmasdfghjklqwertyuiop

    Boys can wear pink. That shirt is clearly a shirt made for a boy and this child looks nothing like a girl.

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  4. Anonymooousee

    I never said there was anything wrong with wearing pink. I said there would be an issue if Mason Disick wore pink. Re-read my comment.

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  5. Mary

    I love the spring outfit and he is just a beautiful child!

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