Naomi Watts shops at an outdoor flower market in the Hamptons

Naomi Watts looks casual in a trucker hat and denim shorts as she shops at an outdoor flower market in the Hamptons

Naomi Watts went shopping in the Hamptons this week.

The actress walked through an outdoor flower market in a summery, laid-back ensemble.

The 53-year-old wore denim shorts, white sandals and a white tank top with a blue shirt thrown over it.

Naomi Watts went shopping in the Hamptons this week. The actress made her way through an outdoor flower market in a relaxed, summery ensemble

She accessorized with a trucker cap and a large pair of sunglasses.

The star recently revealed the shocking advice she received in Hollywood.

During a preview of her new menopause wellness brand Stripes, Naomi said she was once told that she would become useless if she got too old and was no longer “f***able “.

“It’s pretty much an ageist industry that’s been branded as such,” she told a small audience at the New York premiere of Stripes in June.

The 53-year-old donned denim shorts, white sandals and a white tank top with a blue shirt thrown over it

The 53-year-old donned denim shorts, white sandals and a white tank top with a blue shirt thrown over it

“And we’ve been told many times that you’re pretty much done by the time you hit your 40s,” she continued.

“If you’re not f***able – that’s the word I was once told – you’re irrelevant.”

The Mulholland Drive star is fighting ageism with her own range of beauty and wellness products that will “treat the skin and body changes of menopause”.

Naomi has just started previewing the product to influencers and members of the media, although it’s unclear when it will officially launch.

She accessorized herself with a trucker cap and a big pair of sunglasses

She accessorized herself with a trucker cap and a big pair of sunglasses

The actress wants to break down the stigma around menopause, saying it’s a phase of life that should be better represented in the media.

She recently noted in an Instagram post how many women experience feelings of shame as they age past the point where they can have children.

“Getting older is a privilege and a time for us to feel proud of our cumulative experiences,” she wrote alongside a no-makeup selfie.

Naomi called Hollywood

Naomi called Hollywood “ageist” at a preview for her new wellness brand Stripes in June

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Terisa K. Carn