Rachel McAdams puts on a leggy display in a thigh-skimming minidress as she makes a grocery run

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Rachel McAdams puts on a leggy display in a thigh-skimming minidress as she makes a grocery run

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Rachel McAdams puts on a leggy display in thigh-skimming minidress… as she makes a grocery run in LA

Rachel McAdams flaunted her toned physique as she put on a very leggy display at a grocery store in Los Angeles.

The 41-year-old Mean Girls star teamed her grid patterned minidress with a light blue baseball cap, studded birkenstocks and a pair of tortoise sunglasses.

As she strode into a grocery store with a CDC-recommended face mask, the mother-of-one kept her mouth and nose covered to help protect herself from catching COVID-19. 

Rachel McAdams flaunted her toned physique as she put on a very leggy display at a grocery store in Los Angeles

Rachel McAdams flaunted her toned physique as she put on a very leggy display at a grocery store in Los Angeles

While running errands, McAdams kept her signature blonde tresses slicked back in an updo under her hat.  

After exiting the market, the Canadian actress appeared to have stuck to a minimal shopping list, as she carried out just a small white tote bag and one carton of eggs.

In addition to promoting her new Netflix film, Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, she recently opened up about spending quarantine with her two-year-old son and longtime boyfriend Jamie Linden. 

The 41-year-old Mean Girls star teamed her grid patterned minidress with a light blue baseball cap, studded birkenstocks and a pair of tortoise sunglasses

The 41-year-old Mean Girls star teamed her grid patterned minidress with a light blue baseball cap, studded birkenstocks and a pair of tortoise sunglasses

Ahead of the global pandemic, she was able to film and travel with her youngster to Iceland and Scotland in her first role, since becoming a mother. 

‘I mean, being able to take him to Iceland, he’ll never remember any of it, but I feel like somehow that might stick to his soul and his personality a little bit, so it was great to get to travel,’ she told ET. 

On being a working mom, she added: ‘It was wonderful to go out into the world and get to work at the same time. I felt really lucky to be able to do that.’

As she strode into a grocery store with a CDC-recommended face mask, the mother-of-one kept her mouth and nose covered to help protect herself from COVID-19

As she strode into a grocery store with a CDC-recommended face mask, the mother-of-one kept her mouth and nose covered to help protect herself from COVID-19

As the family-of-three remain under isolation together with their little one, McAdams is enjoying her family’s ‘quality time’ together. 

‘It’s such extraordinary circumstances,’ she reflected of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, while noting she initially worried about the developmental impact social distancing would have on her child. 

While she rarely discusses her tot to the public, the Academy Award nominee called him a ‘very welcome distraction’ under lockdown and gushed she would be ‘bored without him’ during Canada’s Heroes of Health: Covid-19 Stream-a-Thon.  

'It was wonderful to go out into the world and get to work at the same time. I felt really lucky to be able to do that' she said of being a working mom (seen in 2018)

‘It was wonderful to go out into the world and get to work at the same time. I felt really lucky to be able to do that’ she said of being a working mom (seen in 2018) 

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