Demi Moore cuts a low-key figure as she steps out in a baggy T-shirt and an oversized scarf after revealing she used to feel 'chubby' and 'negative'

She recently candidly revealed she has gone through periods of feeling 'chubby' and 'negative' throughout her life before finding a new outlook.

And Demi Moore appeared radiantly fresh-faced as she stepped out in a casual ensemble and ran some errands in Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon.

The actress, 56, kept it casual in an oversized graphic T-shirt and a pair of baggy black trousers as she strolled along in the sunshine.

Casual chic: Demi Moore appeared radiantly fresh-faced as she stepped out in a casual ensemble and ran some errands in Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon

Casual chic: Demi Moore appeared radiantly fresh-faced as she stepped out in a casual ensemble and ran some errands in Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon

The star accessorised her look with a huge grey scarf with a chic red trim and tassel detailing and carried her belongings in a black leather bag.

Demi shielded her eyes from the rays with a pair of classic wayfarer-style Ray Bans, while sweeping her locks up into a neat bun.

The Ghost actress finished her look with a pair of chunky white trainers. 

Stylish: The actress, 56, kept it casual in an oversized graphic T-shirt and a pair of baggy black trousers as she strolled along in the sunshine

Stylish: The actress, 56, kept it casual in an oversized graphic T-shirt and a pair of baggy black trousers as she strolled along in the sunshine

Demi's outing comes after she penned an essay about her 40 years of fame in Hollywood where she confessed that she has a new appreciation for everything she went through during the height of her fame.

The Hollywood veteran, who has written her own memoir Inside Out, said writing about her life was a 'totally new experience' and that it was 'a very intimate, challenging project.'

She revealed: 'The most important part was when I had to go back through all my things, and I started to gain an incredible depth of appreciation. Everything I had perceived as negative or bad, I now appreciate. 

'I was recently going through thousands of photos, and, I mean, looking at the life I've lived, the things we've done, it's incredible and I'm so appreciative. 

'One of the funniest things I came across was when [former husband] Bruce [Willis] and I flew the girls [daughters Rumer, Scout, and Tallulah] to Columbus, Ohio, to see the Spice Girls. The pictures are so cute of just how excited they were.

Demi also revealed how she plans to move forward with her life after feeling like she was in a period of change and now intends to emerge as a 'butterfly'.

Auhtor: The Ghost actress confessed that she has a new appreciation for everything she went through during the height of her fame

Auhtor: The Ghost actress confessed that she has a new appreciation for everything she went through during the height of her fame

'I feel like I’ve been in an incubating period where I haven’t necessarily known what direction I was going to go in or what I was supposed to be doing. 

It can feel like you’re floating in the abyss. Now, with the book, I realize I am ambitious for a combination of things that aren’t external — self-love, self-acceptance, and self-forgiveness, and for real connection. 

'I feel like I’m a caterpillar coming out of the cocoon. I’m going to be a butterfly. Which entails actually leaving the house.'

'How I’d describe myself in three words: In 1994 — Chubby, Chubby, Chubby (But in all fairness, I had just had a baby.) Today — Quirky, Eccentric, Happy.'    

She made headlines all the time: With ex Bruce Willis and husband at the time Ashton Kutcher as well as kids Tallulah Willis and Rumer Willis at a Die Hard sequel premiere in 2007

She made headlines all the time: With ex Bruce Willis and husband at the time Ashton Kutcher as well as kids Tallulah Willis and Rumer Willis at a Die Hard sequel premiere in 2007

Demi Moore cuts a low-key figure as she steps out in a baggy T-shirt and an oversized scarf

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