Hilary Duff looks stylish in a vest top and boho maxi-skirt as she heads to a spa with baby daughter Banks

She's a busy working mother to her two young children.

But Hilary Duff managed to squeeze in some much-needed self love as she treated herself to a spot of pampering at Le Jolie Medi Spa in the Studio City area of Los Angeles on Monday. 

The actress, 31, looked relaxed in a black strappy vest and a boho-style printed maxi-skirt as she carried her adorable baby daughter Banks, 10 months.

Self love: Hilary Duff treated herself to a spot of pampering at Le Jolie Medi Spa in the Studio City area of Los Angeles with her baby daughter Banks, 10 months, on Monday

Self love: Hilary Duff treated herself to a spot of pampering at Le Jolie Medi Spa in the Studio City area of Los Angeles with her baby daughter Banks, 10 months, on Monday

The former child star kept comfortable in a pair of white strappy sandals and sheltered her eyes from the Californian sun with a pair of rose-tinted shades.

Hilary wore her blonde hair tied back from her face into a high bun and accentuated her pretty features with low-key make-up. 

The actress completed her ensemble with large white earrings as she went about her day.  

Once she was back home, Hilary shared a cute snap of Banks chilling outside in the sun, tagging her fiance in the post and musing on how cute the toddler is.  

Cool mother: The actress, 31, looked relaxed in a black strappy vest and boho-style printed maxi-skirt, teamed with sandals and shades

Cool mother: The actress, 31, looked relaxed in a black strappy vest and boho-style printed maxi-skirt, teamed with sandals and shades 

She wrote: '@Matthewkoma holy cow our kid is cute. It’s bananas!!!!' 

The mother-of-two has had a busy year since welcoming Banks at the end of 2018, and got engaged to singer-songwriter Matthew Koma, 32, in May after just over two years together.      

The star recently announced that there will be a Lizzie McGuire reboot that will see the blonde depict a 30-year-old millennial attempting to navigate her way through life in New York City. 

Speaking about her excitement to return, Hilary said during the D23 Expo in August: 'The good news is, just like me and everybody who loved Lizzie and has grown up with her, Lizzie's also grown up.'  

'She's older, she's wiser, she has a much bigger shoe budget, which is super exciting. She has her dream job. She has kind of the perfect life right now.' 

Doting mother: Once she was back home, the former child star shared a cute snap of Banks chilling outside in the sun, tagging her fiance in the post and musing on how cute the toddler is

Doting mother: Once she was back home, the former child star shared a cute snap of Banks chilling outside in the sun, tagging her fiance in the post and musing on how cute the toddler is

Teasing what's to come, Hilary added: 'She's working as an apprentice to a fancy New York City decorator. 'She has her dream guy, who owns a cool SoHo restaurant. 

'She has her dream apartment in Brooklyn. And she's getting ready to celebrate her 30th birthday.'

'I’m not gonna lie, I'm a little intimidated. I’m like, "Where is she in there?" She is in there; she is me. 

'When I was 13, it was such a big part of me… I just have to tap into that and be very authentic to that. Our lives are very different - she’s not a mother, I am already a mother.'

The original Disney show followed a 13-year-old Lizzie and her two best friends Miranda and Gordo as they went through Middle School.

Hilary has another child, son Luca, seven, with Canadian NHL player Mike Comrie, 39, who she split from in 2014 after four years of marriage.  

Happy couple: Hilary got engaged to Banks' father, singer-songwriter Matthew Koma, 32, in May after just over two years together

Happy couple: Hilary got engaged to Banks' father, singer-songwriter Matthew Koma, 32, in May after just over two years together

 

 

Hilary Duff looks stylish in a vest top and boho maxi-skirt as she heads to a spa with baby Banks

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