Naomi Watts & Liev Schreiber: Biking With The Boys

Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber bike the kids to school

It was another morning bike ride for Naomi Watts, Liev Schreiber and their children Sasha, 6, and Kai, 4 in New York City on Thursday (September 12).

The kids travel on wheels everyday to and from school. On Monday (September 9) the Ray Donovan star was seen doing the school pick up.

Watts – who turned down the role of Princess Diana twice before accepting the part in Diana – admitted she felt uncomfortable when she saw Prince William out in public.

“I do care deeply about how the princes feel, of course,” she said. “There was actually quite an eerie moment in London when I did see Prince William in a restaurant. I got very nervous, because if I caught his eye, I didn’t want to interpret a look and think he had a negative feeling about this idea, so I made sure not to look.”

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  1. Robin

    Liev!!! Naomi is a lucky lady!

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  2. Anonymous

    Learn how to adjust your children’s bike helmets.

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    • Anonymous

      And set an example by wearing your own. You may think you’re a safe biker, but accidents happen, especially when driving in a city with heavy car and pedestrian traffic. Your kids don’t need to see your head splattered on the pavement or watch you re-learn to walk and talk because you didn’t want to wear a helmet.

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    • Anonymous

      The younger boy is wearing his helmet totally unsafe. The whole front of his head is exposed. Helmets should fit snug and cover your forehead. The straps should never choke your neck from the helmet hanging off the back of your head. I think a lot parents are unaware of how much protection they lose by not fitting their kids properly. It’s also very uncomfortable for the child to wear them this way because it wobbles and slides around.

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