It's a big weekend coming up for toms shoes cheap New England Patriots fan Mark Wahlberg with his home team in the Superbowl against the New York Giants.
But today the 40-year-old was focusing on some of the women in his life, as he took wife Rhea Durham, 33 , and their youngest daughter Grace Margaret, two, on a shopping trip.
He looked relaxed and delighted to be spending time with his beautiful girls in the Beverly Hills sunshine.
Mini-me: Mark Wahlberg spent some quality time with his youngest daughter, Grace, in Beverly Hills today
Little Grace, who is the image of her famous father, looked pretty in lilac jeans with metallic purple boots, and a white sweater with a cherry motif. Her platinum blonde hair starkly contrasts with her father's chesnut brown but the face is just the same, smiley with intent gaze. Grace's model mother looked elegant as always in jeans, black pumps and a long cardigan which pulled in all aspects of her ensemble.
Waiting for the big game: While his ladies look away, Mark appears black grommet toms to visualise catching an imaginary football Kiss for his girl: The proud father placed a delicate kiss on Grace's cheek
Mark was casual in jeans and T-shirt with a little hint of where his mind may already be on his footwear, in the form of the Patriots logo.
The actor has four children with his wife of a decade; Grace has two elder brothers, Michael Robert, five , and three-year-old Brendan Joseph,
She also has a big sister to rely upon, eight-year-old Ella Rae.]
Model mother: Rhea looked as elegant as ever in her paired down yet glamorous outfit Telling sign: Mark's shoes gave a hint as to where his head already is, at the Superbowl They've all grown up on the West Coast, thanks to their father's illustrious career in the movie business but it's likely they'll be cheering toms shoes wholesale the Patriots on with their father this Sunday.
Wahlberg often talks of how he makes his children aware of their heritage. In a 2011 interview with USA Weekend, Wahlberg stated that he had taken his children to visit his old south Boston neighborhood, saying 'I want them to know that not everyone is as fortunate and how important it is to work hard and give back.'