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Krysten Ritter keeps it casual in black sweatshirt and skintight jeans as she takes her son Bruce toy shopping with partner Adam Granduciel in LA

Krysten Ritter is getting ready to play an evil witch in her next movie.

But the Don’t Trust the B**** In Apartment 23 star is more accurately a doting mom, as she enjoys downtime with her family.

She kept it casual Saturday in a black ‘pizza over everything’ sweatshirt and some skintight jeans ripped at the knee, with son Bruce and partner Adam Granduciel in Los Angeles.

Pizza over everything: Krysten Ritter kept it casual Saturday in a black 'pizza over everything' sweatshirt and some skintight jeans ripped at the knee, with son Bruce and partner Adam Granduciel in Los Angeles

Pizza over everything: Krysten Ritter kept it casual Saturday in a black ‘pizza over everything’ sweatshirt and some skintight jeans ripped at the knee, with son Bruce and partner Adam Granduciel in Los Angeles

The 39-year-old finished the look with some tortoise sunglasses on her head and a pair of bright multi-colored trainers.

She took precautions against COVID-19 in a lilac face mask, printed with a smile and a tongue sticking out.

Ritter pushed her one-year-old baby boy in a stroller, as she walked with Granduciel, 41, to a toy store. 

She opened up about motherhood to HollywoodLife back in September: ‘I had no idea that I would get to be a kid again myself. 

Cool kicks: The 39-year-old finished the look with some tortoise sunglasses on her head and a pair of bright multi-colored trainers

Cool kicks: The 39-year-old finished the look with some tortoise sunglasses on her head and a pair of bright multi-colored trainers

Family outing: Ritter pushed her one-year-old baby boy in a stroller, as she walked with Granduciel, 41, to a toy store

Family outing: Ritter pushed her one-year-old baby boy in a stroller, as she walked with Granduciel, 41, to a toy store

‘Getting to see the world through his eyes and find joy in playing with toys and things like dancing to Baby Shark, getting dressed up for Halloween is the best! I am so grateful for this gift.’

The Veronica Mars actress also talked about getting back to work amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I’m just trying to be present and do my best and not waste time worrying about balance.

‘I definitely try and get as much done during that nap time as possible and then I just focus on soaking up the baby every day.’ 

She’s since been cast in the Netflix family movie Nightbooks, based on the 2018 horror/fantasy children’s book by JA White.

Inner child: She opened up about motherhood to HollywoodLife back in September: 'I had no idea that I would get to be a kid again myself' (pictured in May, 2019)

Inner child: She opened up about motherhood to HollywoodLife back in September: ‘I had no idea that I would get to be a kid again myself’ (pictured in May, 2019)

Work/life balance: The Veronica Mars actress also talked about getting back to work amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: 'I'm just trying to be present and do my best and not waste time worrying about balance'

Work/life balance: The Veronica Mars actress also talked about getting back to work amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I’m just trying to be present and do my best and not waste time worrying about balance’

Leading lady: She's since been cast in the Netflix family movie Nightbooks, based on the 2018 horror/fantasy children's book by JA White (pictured in October, 2019)

Leading lady: She’s since been cast in the Netflix family movie Nightbooks, based on the 2018 horror/fantasy children’s book by JA White (pictured in October, 2019)

Ritter plays an evil young witch who imprisons children in her contemporary New York City apartment, forcing them to tell a new scary story every night to stay alive.

She’s also rumored to be returning to the Marvel role of Jessica Jones in the upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany in the titular role.

The former model played the troubled super strong heroine in the self-titled Netflix series, which ran for three seasons from 2015 to 2019, as well as the spinoff The Defenders.

Ritter didn’t seem up for returning to the role, when she told TVLine in 2019: ‘Do I think I’ll play her again? I don’t think so. I feel like I’ve played her, you know? I feel really good about it. I feel good about closing the door.’

Hero vibes: Ritter is also rumored to be returning to the Marvel role of Jessica Jones in the upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany in the titular role

Hero vibes: Ritter is also rumored to be returning to the Marvel role of Jessica Jones in the upcoming Disney+ series She-Hulk, starring Tatiana Maslany in the titular role

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