She is no stranger to a moment of correspondence with a pet.
And Kate Beckinsale certainly took advantage of the pairing opportunity by donning a metallic silver jacket, just like her adorable puppy Myf on Saturday.
The actress, 47, wrapped up nicely in the quilted coat for fun in the snow with her beloved Pomeranian dog.
Twinning! Kate Beckinsale looked stunning as she donned a silver metallic jacket just like her adorable puppy Myf for some fun in the snow on Saturday
Kate looked effortlessly stylish as she wore her statement jacket and a pair of large black rimmed sunglasses.
The blonde beauty wore long locks as she made the most of the cold weather and was accessorized with a black beanie.
She also made sure Myf didn’t get too cold in a miniature version of her silver coat, with the dog looking very happy with herself as they took a selfie.
Having fun: The actress, 47, and her Pomeranian puppy seemed to be having a wonderful time as they ran outside in their matching snow sets
Kate also shared two snippets of their time playing in the snow, revealing that her dog was having a wonderful time running.
In an adorable slow-motion clip, Myf valiantly attempted to jump through the snow before turning to the camera when the clip began to speed up to pounce on Kate.
Sharing her outing on Instagram, animal lover Kate wrote: ‘We were paired up until Myf decided to show off her weirdly human butt and I kept my slightly more canine butt covered. ”
She leaves! Myf leaped across the snow in slow-motion video before turning to her beloved owner when footage started to pick up speed
So cute: Kate added sweatpants and black boots to her hot outfit
Animal love: The star joked that Myf had ‘exposed her weirdly human buttocks’ during the trip
Kate regularly delights her 4.6 million Instagram followers with clips of Myf and her two cars Clive and Willow.
And in early February, it was time for Willow to shine as the actress shared the video of her unimpressed pet as she wore new pink winter woolens.
Looking slender in a white Nike cropped top with gray jogging bottoms, the 47-year-old actress was seen dancing around her kitchen to the ’80s hit Billy Joel Uptown Girl, while Willow relaxed on the ground as a whole barely hitting an eyelid.
Wearing her chestnut brown locks in an updo with a black headband, the star stood in a pair of chunky white sneakers as she tried to turn her adorable pet on.
Always ready for a matching moment: For much of the lockdown, Kate tickled fans with her hilarious posts, with many featuring Clive (pictured), her other cat Willow and her dog Myf
Purr-ty in pink! Kate recently made her cat Willow the star of the show, when she shared a video of her pet looking unimpressed as she wore new pink winter woolens
However, her efforts seemed to be in vain as Willow relaxed on a striped rug in the American kitchen without even glancing at the British actress.
And last week, Kate shared another fun video with her adorable cat as they enjoyed a care session together at home on Saturday.
The actress adored her pet, who sat in the sink, watching her get ready for the day, as she combed her fur and brushed her teeth at the same time.
In November, Kate was ‘heartbroken’ when her 11-year-old Maltese-Chihuahua Ingrid passed away.
Adorable: In another sweet clip shared on Instagram, Kate could be seen cleaning her teeth with her feline
Paying tribute to the puppy, she shared a cute photo cradling her pet, captioned: “ Ingrid 2009-2020. Sorry. She fought so hard for months. Fly safe, our sweetest girl.
Kate will next be seen on screens in Jolt, an action comedy about a homicidal bouncer with an anger management issue that she controls with the help of an electrode-lined vest she uses to return to the normal.
The Tanya Wexler-directed film also stars Bobby Cannavale, Laverne Cox and Stanley Tucci and is slated for release next year.
Kate will also star in El Tonto, an upcoming comedy film written and directed by Charlie Day, which follows a silent character who becomes an accidental celebrity to lose everything.
RIP: In November Kate was “ heartbroken ” when her 11-year-old Maltese-Chihuahua Ingrid passed away. She explained: “Ingrid fought so hard for months. Fly safe, our sweetest girl.