And on Friday,
The trio cut casual figures and wore face masks and disposable gloves on the outing, and were seen carrying up bags of food into their apartment.
Picking up the essentials? Hugh Jackman and wife Deborra-Lee Furness wore face masks as they went grocery shopping with daughter Ava, 14, in New York on Friday
Wolverine actor Hugh cut a casual figure in a grey longsleeve top and navy trousers, that he paired with blue sneakers.
Actress Deborra-Lee wore a black jumpsuit, black sneakers and a trendy beige hat.
Their daughter Ava wore a red hoodie with a pair of white pyjama pants, which featured pictures of cookies and milk.
Trendy: Actress Deborra-Lee wore a black jumpsuit, black sneakers and a trendy beige hat
Trying times: They’ve been in lockdown for weeks at their home in New York City, amid the coronavirus pandemic
Cosy: Their daughter Ava wore a red hoodie with a pair of white pyjama pants, which featured pictures of cookies and milk
Hugh and Deborra-Lee share two adopted children together, Ava and son Oscar, 20.
‘I mainly worry for my kids right now. I’m not scared for myself,’ he told the publication.
‘I am worried about them, their mental state, school, not being around friends and the disruption,’ he added.
Concerned: Speaking to WHO Magazine earlier this month, Hugh said he’s ‘worried’ for his kids amid the coronavirus pandemic
Family: Hugh and Deborra-Lee share two adopted children together, daughter Ava and son Oscar, 20
Hugh compared NYC to a ‘post-apocalyptic movie’, adding that the once-bustling city was ‘tranquil and bizarrely empty’.
The Australian star is trying to keep up a regular routine by meditating daily, as he takes six months off work.
He is also using his home as a makeshift theatre while rehearsing for his upcoming return to Broadway.
Hugh also told the publication he was talking to his neighbours more while walking his dogs around the streets of New York.
‘People seem to have more time, and the optimist in me hopes that’ll continue, and there’ll be a shared sense of community when it’s over,’ he said.