Freedomroo – Sadie Frost, 55, enjoys some quality time with her children Rafferty, 24, and Iris Law, 20

Family: Sadie Frost spent some quality time with her children Rafferty, 24, and Iris, 20, as they went for dinner at Lemonia in Primrose Hill

She is a successful actress, producer and fashion designer.

And Sadie Frost spent some quality time with her children Rafferty, 24, and Iris, 20, as they went for dinner at Lemonia in Primrose Hill.

The actress, 55, cut a casual figure for the evening, donning a green printed jacket with navy tracksuit bottoms.

Family: Sadie Frost spent some quality time with her children Rafferty, 24, and Iris, 20, as they went for dinner at Lemonia in Primrose Hill

The mother-of-four, who shares Rafferty, Iris and son Rudy, 18, with her ex Jude Law, wrapped up in a black padded jacket. 

Sadie, who also shares son Finlay, 30, with Gary Kemp, added to her outfit with a yellow beanie hat and a pair of trousers. 

Rafferty sported a black jacket and dark tracksuit bottoms while he made his scarf into a makeshift face mask.

Iris wrapped up in a green coat which she wore with lilac tracksuit bottoms and a multi-coloured scarf.

Casual: Rafferty sported a black jacket and dark tracksuit bottoms while he made his scarf into a makeshift face mask

Casual: Rafferty sported a black jacket and dark tracksuit bottoms while he made his scarf into a makeshift face mask

Outing: Sadie cut a casual figure for the evening, donning a green printed jacket with navy tracksuit bottoms

Outing: Sadie cut a casual figure for the evening, donning a green printed jacket with navy tracksuit bottoms

Outing: Sadie cut a casual figure for the evening, donning a green printed jacket with navy tracksuit bottoms

Laid back: The mother-of-four, who shares Rafferty, Iris and son Rudy, 18, with her ex Jude Law, was seen petting a pooch at one point in the evening

Laid back: The mother-of-four, who shares Rafferty, Iris and son Rudy, 18, with her ex Jude Law, was seen petting a pooch at one point in the evening 

Safety first: Rafferty sported a black jacket and dark tracksuit bottoms while he made his scarf into a makeshift face mask

Safety first: Rafferty sported a black jacket and dark tracksuit bottoms while he made his scarf into a makeshift face mask

Also sporting a brown cap, the star completed her look for the evening with a pair of grey trainers. 

The family looked in good spirits during their outing where they also appeared to be joined by other friends for the meal.   

It comes after Iris has taken on a starring role in Danny Boyle’s hotly-anticipated Sex Pistols drama.

Pistol, set for release next year, is based on the legendary rock band – consisting of Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook and Sid Vicious – and their rise to fame in the 1970s.

Comfy: Iris wrapped up in a green coat which she wore with lilac tracksuit bottoms and a multi-coloured scarf

Comfy: Iris wrapped up in a green coat which she wore with lilac tracksuit bottoms and a multi-coloured scarf

Comfy: Iris wrapped up in a green coat which she wore with lilac tracksuit bottoms and a multi-coloured scarf

Siblings: Also sporting a brown cap, the star completed her look for the evening with a pair of grey trainers

Siblings: Also sporting a brown cap, the star completed her look for the evening with a pair of grey trainers

Company: The family appeared to be joined by other friends for the meal

Company: The family appeared to be joined by other friends for the meal

Out and about: Sadie, who also shares son Finlay, 30, with Gary Kemp, added to her outfit with a yellow beanie hat and a pair of trousers

Out and about: Sadie, who also shares son Finlay, 30, with Gary Kemp, added to her outfit with a yellow beanie hat and a pair of trousers

Role: It comes after Iris has taken on a starring role in Danny Boyle's hotly-anticipated Sex Pistols drama

Role: It comes after Iris has taken on a starring role in Danny Boyle’s hotly-anticipated Sex Pistols drama

Story: Pistol, set for release next year, is based on the legendary rock band - consisting of Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook and Sid Vicious - and their rise to fame in the 1970s.

Story: Pistol, set for release next year, is based on the legendary rock band – consisting of Johnny Rotten, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook and Sid Vicious – and their rise to fame in the 1970s.

In the TV series, Anson Boone will play Johnny Rotten, Louis Partridge will portray bassist Sid Vicious, Jacob Slater will star as drummer Paul Cook and Toby Wallace will portray guitarist Steve Jones, with the foursome all pictured together on set.

Iris will follow in her father Jude and brother Rafferty’s acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman, one of the icons of the punk scene who became a rising star in the 1970s.

She joins Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Talulah Riley, and Christian Lees as new cast members in Pistol.

Thomas is set to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, while Talulah will play fashion icon Vivienne Westwood, and Christian will portray the band’s first bass guitarist Glen Matlock. 

Roles: In the TV series, Anson Boone will play Johnny Rotten, Louis Partridge will portray bassist Sid Vicious, Jacob Slater will star as drummer Paul Cook and Toby Wallace will portray guitarist Steve Jones

Roles: In the TV series, Anson Boone will play Johnny Rotten, Louis Partridge will portray bassist Sid Vicious, Jacob Slater will star as drummer Paul Cook and Toby Wallace will portray guitarist Steve Jones

Career: Iris will follow in her father Jude and brother Rafferty's acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman

Career: Iris will follow in her father Jude and brother Rafferty's acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman

Career: Iris will follow in her father Jude and brother Rafferty’s acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman

History: Soo is one of the icons of the punk scene who became a rising star in the 1970s

History: Soo is one of the icons of the punk scene who became a rising star in the 1970s

Co-stars: She joins Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Talulah Riley, and Christian Lees as new cast members in Pistol

Co-stars: She joins Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Talulah Riley, and Christian Lees as new cast members in Pistol

Characters: Thomas is set to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, while Talulah will play fashion icon Vivienne Westwood

Characters: Thomas is set to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, while Talulah will play fashion icon Vivienne Westwood

Band: Christian will portray the band's first bass guitarist Glen Matlock

Band: Christian will portray the band’s first bass guitarist Glen Matlock

The six-episode series began principal photography earlier this month, and Danny serves as director and Executive Producer.

Anchored by Steve Jones’ memoir, which offers a fascinating new perspective on one of rock’s greatest ever stories, Pistol moves from West London’s council estates, to Westwood and McLaren’s notorious Kings Road SEX shop, to the international controversy that came with the release of Never Mind the B******s.

Their single ‘God Save the Queen’ was banned by the BBC and reached Number 1 on the UK’s NME chart, but appeared at Number 2 on the Official UK Singles chart, leading to accusations that the song was purposely kept off the top spot.

Pistol will be released on FX and Hulu in 2022.

Production: The six-episode series began principal photography earlier this month, and Danny serves as director and Executive Producer

Production: The six-episode series began principal photography earlier this month, and Danny serves as director and Executive Producer

Show: Pistol moves from West London's council estates, to Westwood and McLaren's notorious Kings Road SEX shop

Show: Pistol moves from West London’s council estates, to Westwood and McLaren’s notorious Kings Road SEX shop

Charts: Their single 'God Save the Queen' was banned by the BBC and reached Number 1 on the UK's NME chart, but appeared at Number 2 on the Official UK Singles chart, leading to accusations that the song was purposely kept off the top spo

Charts: Their single ‘God Save the Queen’ was banned by the BBC and reached Number 1 on the UK’s NME chart, but appeared at Number 2 on the Official UK Singles chart, leading to accusations that the song was purposely kept off the top spo

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