Hollywood star Eva Mendes is currently the National McHappy Day Ambassador.
And the 48-year-old actress stepped out in style to promote the incredible cause in Sydney‘s Westmead on Friday.
Eva looked chic in a floral frock, which she cinched in at the waist with a black belt.
Eva Mendes, 48, the National McHappy Day Ambassador, stepped out in style to promote the incredible cause in Sydney’s Westmead on Friday
Her chocolate brown locks were styled in luscious waves and her makeup was utterly immaculate.
Although McHappy Day isn’t until Saturday, Eva was out on Friday to drum up publicity and raise awareness.
The Hitch star, who was the virtual McHappy Day Ambassador in 2020, will meet families staying at Ronald McDonald House and visit a local McDonald’s restaurant on McHappy Day.
‘I am incredibly honoured to once again partner with McDonald’s to raise awareness of McHappy Day and support the truly invaluable work of Ronald McDonald House Charities,’ she said in a statement.
Eva looked chic in a floral frock, which she cinched in at the waist with a black belt
Although McHappy Day isn’t until Saturday, Eva was out on Friday to drum up publicity and raise awareness
‘RMHC is a charity that is close to my heart after my cousin stayed at a Ronald McDonald House while her baby was undergoing treatment,’ she continued.
‘After speaking with my cousin and other parents during my time as ambassador in 2020, I can see the wonderful impact RMHC has on so many families during an incredibly challenging period of their life.’
Eva is currently Down Under with her long-time partner Ryan Gosling, who has been filming The Fall Guy in Sydney.
Meanwhile, Eva’s partner Ryan Gosling was in Sydney’s Darling Harbour on Thursday to shoot his new movie The Fall Guy
Gosling, 42, looked handsome when he was spotted filming in Darling Harbour on Thursday.
The Drive actor wore light blue jeans, a backwards-facing baseball cap and checkered slip-on shoes.
The Fall Guy is based on the popular 1980s TV series starring Lee Majors, Heather Thomas and Markie Post.
The Drive actor wore light blue jeans, a backwards baseball cap and checkered slip-on shoes
The series ran from 1981 to 1986 and centred on a stuntman who has a side-hustle as a bounty hunter.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the side-hustle plot is being ditched.
Gosling will instead play a past-his-prime stuntman working with a movie star who once replaced him but has now gone missing.
Ryan donned a Miami Vice bomber jacket to keep warm in the cool evening weather
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk