Grabbing a raw lunch, Charlize Theron was spotted making her way to Sushi Park in West Hollywood, California on Monday (March 26).
Quietly walked by the shutterbugs, the "Snow White and The Huntsman" actress looked classy in a black blazer with skinny jeans and flats for her Japanese lunch outing.
Calling the famous life a "freak show", Theron says the paparazzi cash in on celebrities now matter where they are, telling Britain's HELLO! magazine, ''It's become a freak show. It drives me insane. There are certain places that you just can't go. I'm OK with that, but it's the things you can't avoid like when you're going home. That's not even sacred any more.''
The South-African born beauty, who is a huge advocate for keeping the African youth safe from HIV/AIDS, added, ''You can't take this industry too seriously. We want to believe we're curing cancer, but we really aren't.''
After announcing earlier this month that she's a mother to an adopted son named Jackson, the 36-year-old dove into the world of parenting head first, saying, ''It has been overwhelmingly incredible. Every day there is something new. I think that by the journey I decided to go on, it's evident that I really wanted to be a mom, so I'm just overjoyed and very happy that it worked out ... He's doing great.''
June is undoubtedly going to be a big month for the new mom, as she stars in two films hitting the theaters within a matter of days. First up is "Snow White and the Huntsman" on June 1st, which will be followed up by "Prometheus" when it hits the big screen on June 8th.