Kate Mara bundles up in cable-knit sweater with daughter as they look at Christmas decorations in LA

Kate Mara has been keeping busy promoting her controversial new Hulu miniseries A Teacher.

But the Emmy nominee is enjoying some quality family time as she prepares to celebrate the holidays.

She bundled up in a grey and white cable-knit sweater, as she stepped out with her one-year-old daughter and a friend to look at some Christmas decorations in Los Angeles.

Girls day: Kate Mara bundled up in a grey and white cable-knit sweater, as she stepped out with her one-year-old daughter and a friend to look at some Christmas decorations in Los Angeles

Girls day: Kate Mara bundled up in a grey and white cable-knit sweater, as she stepped out with her one-year-old daughter and a friend to look at some Christmas decorations in Los Angeles

Girls day: Kate Mara bundled up in a grey and white cable-knit sweater, as she stepped out with her one-year-old daughter and a friend to look at some Christmas decorations in Los Angeles

The 37-year-old paired the chunky sweater with some black pants, a pair of white Converse sneakers and round grey tortoiseshell sunglasses.

She finished the look with a black face mask, as she carried a black leather quilted heart-shaped handbag on a silver chain across her chest.

Mara and her friend got coffee to-go, as she carried the toddler, who was wrapped in an adorable orange and brown striped knit cardigan. 

She welcomed her first child last May with husband Jamie Bell, 34, whom she married in 2017, after meeting on the set of their 2015 superhero film Fantastic Four.

Sweater weather: The 37-year-old paired the chunky sweater with some black pants, a pair of white Converse sneakers and round grey tortoiseshell sunglasses

Sweater weather: The 37-year-old paired the chunky sweater with some black pants, a pair of white Converse sneakers and round grey tortoiseshell sunglasses

Sweater weather: The 37-year-old paired the chunky sweater with some black pants, a pair of white Converse sneakers and round grey tortoiseshell sunglasses

Proud parents: She welcomed her first child last May with husband Jamie Bell, 34, whom she married in 2017, after meeting on the set of their 2015 superhero film Fantastic Four (pictured in October, 2019)

Proud parents: She welcomed her first child last May with husband Jamie Bell, 34, whom she married in 2017, after meeting on the set of their 2015 superhero film Fantastic Four (pictured in October, 2019)

Proud parents: She welcomed her first child last May with husband Jamie Bell, 34, whom she married in 2017, after meeting on the set of their 2015 superhero film Fantastic Four (pictured in October, 2019)

The House of Cards actress told Us Weekly back in October about juggling work and motherhood: ‘I find it quite easy to switch it on and off.

‘Thank God, because as a new mom when you have a baby on your boob screaming in the trailer, and then you’ve got to go pretend to be sexy, it’s kind of a complete nightmare.’

She also explained how becoming a mother influenced her decision to star in her latest series A Teacher, which premiered last month.

Mara said: ‘Eventually she’s going to be able to look at the work I’ve done. And now more than ever, I want it to mean something and for there to be a point to it. 

‘Sometimes you do just have to work for money. Sometimes you’re lucky enough that you can make choices based on more than that.’

Leading lady: Mara recently explained how becoming a mother influenced her decision to star in her latest series A Teacher, which premiered last month

Leading lady: Mara recently explained how becoming a mother influenced her decision to star in her latest series A Teacher, which premiered last month

Leading lady: Mara recently explained how becoming a mother influenced her decision to star in her latest series A Teacher, which premiered last month

Meaningful roles: She said: 'Eventually she's going to be able to look at the work I've done. And now more than ever, I want it to mean something and for there to be a point to it'

Meaningful roles: She said: 'Eventually she's going to be able to look at the work I've done. And now more than ever, I want it to mean something and for there to be a point to it'

Meaningful roles: She said: ‘Eventually she’s going to be able to look at the work I’ve done. And now more than ever, I want it to mean something and for there to be a point to it’

Controversial series: She stars as Claire, a teacher at a Texas high school who begins an illicit affair with her student Eric (Nick Robinson), which comes with consequences that leave permanent damage on both their lives

Controversial series: She stars as Claire, a teacher at a Texas high school who begins an illicit affair with her student Eric (Nick Robinson), which comes with consequences that leave permanent damage on both their lives

Controversial series: She stars as Claire, a teacher at a Texas high school who begins an illicit affair with her student Eric (Nick Robinson), which comes with consequences that leave permanent damage on both their lives

She stars as Claire, a teacher at a Texas high school who begins an illicit affair with her student Eric (Nick Robinson), which comes with consequences that leave permanent damage on both their lives. 

The native New Yorker told The Wrap of the controversial show: ‘Some people are definitely going to feel uncomfortable watching the show. It wasn’t something that we made thinking that it would be a super-easy watch. Comfortable is not the word we were going for.’

Mara added: ‘I don’t think you normally see the story told from this perspective or this point of view. It was one of the reasons why I was excited to tell it…

‘And I think it’s because it isn’t something that people necessarily want to talk about. The fact that it’s a female doing the abuse and being the groomer and all of these things I think is also something that is rarely discussed.’

Uncomfortable watch: Mara said of the show: 'Some people are definitely going to feel uncomfortable watching the show. It wasn't something that we made thinking that it would be a super-easy watch. Comfortable is not the word we were going for' (pictured in November, 2019)

Uncomfortable watch: Mara said of the show: 'Some people are definitely going to feel uncomfortable watching the show. It wasn't something that we made thinking that it would be a super-easy watch. Comfortable is not the word we were going for' (pictured in November, 2019)

Uncomfortable watch: Mara said of the show: ‘Some people are definitely going to feel uncomfortable watching the show. It wasn’t something that we made thinking that it would be a super-easy watch. Comfortable is not the word we were going for’ (pictured in November, 2019)

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