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A Grand Day Out! Michelle Monaghan and Willow Visit the Pumpkin Patch (Photos)

Michelle Monaghan and Willow.

Is it some kind of Unwritten Celebrity Autumn Law that every performer in Hollywood must visit the Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch at least once during the month of October? We’ve been seeing tons of pictures of famous parents walking about the Halloween-themed park in the last couple of weeks.

The latest visitors to Mr. Bones were Michelle Monaghan of Mission: Impossible fame and her 3-year-old daughter, Willow. They both seemed to be having a fabulous time wandering around the pumpkins and picking out decorations for their house.

Willow looked totally adorbs in her green ruffled dress – and the face paint she got at the park didn’t hurt, either. As for Michelle…who’s got two thumbs and a craving for that terrific coral-colored bag? This blogger!

Check out the Hallo-winning duo!


  • What’s over there? 1 of 5
    What's over there?
    Michelle and Willow explore the fun holiday sights.
  • Hitching a ride 2 of 5
    Hitching a ride
    Aren't those wagons supposed to be for pumpkins? Not as far as Willow is concerned.
  • Spider-Girl 3 of 5
    Spider-Girl
    Willow finds a spooky decoration for their house.
  • Love you! 4 of 5
    Love you!
    Michelle gets one of those spontaneous hugs that makes motherhood all worthwhile.
  • Good times 5 of 5
    Good times
    Mom and daughter enjoy a walk down the pumpkin lane.

 

[Photos: via PacificCoastNews]

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