Katherine Schwarzenegger looks happy as she prepares to celebrate her first Thanksgiving as a mom

Katherine Schwarzenegger appeared in high sprits as she took her three-month old daughter, Lyla, on a walk around her Los Angeles neighborhood on Wednesday. 

In anticipation of her first Thanksgiving as a mom, the wife of Chris Pratt took her little girl on a brisk stroll in a chic front-facing baby carrier with a fuzzy leopard print.

Rocking a pair of form-fitting black leggings and a light grey hoodie, The Gift of Forgiveness host tossed her long waves up into a sleek bun with a white clip. 

Thanksgiving Eve: Katherine Schwarzenegger appeared in high sprits as she took her three-month old daughter, Lyla, on a walk around her Los Angeles neighborhood on Wednesday

Thanksgiving Eve: Katherine Schwarzenegger appeared in high sprits as she took her three-month old daughter, Lyla, on a walk around her Los Angeles neighborhood on Wednesday

Thanksgiving Eve: Katherine Schwarzenegger appeared in high sprits as she took her three-month old daughter, Lyla, on a walk around her Los Angeles neighborhood on Wednesday

She accessorized her look, which showcased her lean post-baby body, with a pair of black sunglasses and a matching face mask amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

While working to get her heart rate up, the best-selling author strutted around in her white and grey sneakers and carried a plastic water bottle. 

Schwarzenegger also gave her 916,000 Instagram followers a first look at her child’s Thanksgiving outfit, which includes a white tulle hair bow with gold polka dots and a glittery turkey on it. 

Mom duty: In anticipation of her first Thanksgiving as a mom, the wife of Chris Pratt took her little girl on a brisk stroll in a chic front-facing baby carrier with a fuzzy leopard print

Mom duty: In anticipation of her first Thanksgiving as a mom, the wife of Chris Pratt took her little girl on a brisk stroll in a chic front-facing baby carrier with a fuzzy leopard print

Mom duty: In anticipation of her first Thanksgiving as a mom, the wife of Chris Pratt took her little girl on a brisk stroll in a chic front-facing baby carrier with a fuzzy leopard print

Rocking a pair of form-fitting black leggings and a light grey hoodie, The Gift of Forgiveness author host tossed her long waves up into a sleek bun with a white clip

Rocking a pair of form-fitting black leggings and a light grey hoodie, The Gift of Forgiveness author host tossed her long waves up into a sleek bun with a white clip

Rocking a pair of form-fitting black leggings and a light grey hoodie, The Gift of Forgiveness author host tossed her long waves up into a sleek bun with a white clip

The darling set, from TJ Maxx, included matching socks with an identical pattern. 

As she prepared for the big day with her 41-year-old husband, her father, Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed a morning bike ride with his girlfriend Heather Milligan. 

The duo, who have been together since 2013, appeared to be having a great time cruising around Santa Monica side-by-side.  

Darling: She also gave her 916,000 Instagram followers a first look at her tot's Thanksgiving outfit, which incorporates a white tulle hair bow with gold polka dots an a glittery turkey on it

Darling: She also gave her 916,000 Instagram followers a first look at her tot's Thanksgiving outfit, which incorporates a white tulle hair bow with gold polka dots an a glittery turkey on it

Darling: She also gave her 916,000 Instagram followers a first look at her tot’s Thanksgiving outfit, which incorporates a white tulle hair bow with gold polka dots an a glittery turkey on it

Just a few miles away: As she prepared for the big day with her 41-year-old husband, her father, Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed a morning bike ride with his girlfriend Heather Milligan

Just a few miles away: As she prepared for the big day with her 41-year-old husband, her father, Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed a morning bike ride with his girlfriend Heather Milligan

Just a few miles away: As she prepared for the big day with her 41-year-old husband, her father, Arnold Schwarzenegger enjoyed a morning bike ride with his girlfriend Heather Milligan

The newly-minted grandfather, 73, wore a camouflage leather jacket, sunglasses and black workout pants for his outing. 

Meanwhile, Milligan, 46, sported a black windbreaker, coordinating leggings and a baseball cap. 

They both kept their mouths and noses covered under matching facial coverings as coronavirus cases surge statewide. 

Cruising: The newly-minted grandfather wore a camouflage leather jacket, sunglasses and black workout pants for his outing

Cruising: The newly-minted grandfather wore a camouflage leather jacket, sunglasses and black workout pants for his outing

Cruising: The newly-minted grandfather wore a camouflage leather jacket, sunglasses and black workout pants for his outing

Staying safe Milligan sported a black windbreaker, coordinating leggings, a baseball cap and face mask

Staying safe Milligan sported a black windbreaker, coordinating leggings, a baseball cap and face mask

Staying safe Milligan sported a black windbreaker, coordinating leggings, a baseball cap and face mask

On Thanksgiving, Arnold revealed he had stuck with his tradition of donating 500 turkeys in East LA to the Hollenbeck Center with a video of his Instagram account. 

‘Happy Thanksgiving! Be thankful, be safe, and if you’re able, give back,’ he captioned the footage. 

While he said he ‘couldn’t be there in person to celebrate together’, he was able to send the turkeys, which he said brought him and others such ‘great joy.’   

Generous: On Thanksgiving, Arnold revealed he had stuck with his tradition of donating 500 turkeys in East LA to the Hollenbeck Center with a video of his Instagram account

Generous: On Thanksgiving, Arnold revealed he had stuck with his tradition of donating 500 turkeys in East LA to the Hollenbeck Center with a video of his Instagram account

Generous: On Thanksgiving, Arnold revealed he had stuck with his tradition of donating 500 turkeys in East LA to the Hollenbeck Center with a video of his Instagram account

‘The sad story is, this year, because of the coronavirus, I was told, ‘Don’t go there, it’s not safe,’ he said, before confirming everyone would still be receiving his donation. 

He also showed off his own soon-to-be dinner in the clip, before reflecting on ‘the  millions and millions of people out there that cannot afford a turkey.’ 

The former governor of California explained that is why he has been serving the Hollenbeck Center for two decades.  

Making it work: While he said he 'couldn’t be there in person to celebrate together', he was able to send the turkeys, which he said brought him 'great joy'

Making it work: While he said he 'couldn’t be there in person to celebrate together', he was able to send the turkeys, which he said brought him 'great joy'

Making it work: While he said he ‘couldn’t be there in person to celebrate together’, he was able to send the turkeys, which he said brought him ‘great joy’

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