Kellan Lutz looked hunky while out walking his dog Koda around LA on Saturday.
The Twilight saga star, 35, made the most of the sunny day, flashing his muscular arms in a sleeveless shirt.
For the outing, Kellan opted not to wear a mask, but did have a bandanna tied around his neck just in case.
Stroll: Kellan Lutz looked muscular when he took his dog Koda for a walk on Saturday
Kella and Koda walked a bit before arriving at the park. There, they played a solid round of fetch.
Kellan and wife Brittany are happily quarantining with their pup of four-years.
It comes after a tough time for the couple, who enduring the stillbirth of their daughter in February.
Play ball! The Twilight actor and his furry friend played fetch at the park
Quarantine crew: Kellan and wife Brittany are happily quarantining with their pup of four-years
But Kellan opened up about how faith has lead them through the devastating experience during an April interview for LaPalme magazine.
‘There is no easy way, but I’m just so grateful for our faith and sharing the blood of Jesus Christ.
‘We don’t have all the understanding in the world. There are some tough days where you’ll see the sonogram, and you’ll see her cute little nose that she had.
‘But then again, we are so grateful she is in heaven, and we remind ourselves that she didn’t have to come into this world and deal with heartbreak, and she gets to be with Jesus. It’s bittersweet.’
Tragedy: Kellan said he is ‘so grateful’ his Christian faith helped him and wife Brittany through the devastating stillbirth of their baby girl
The What Men Want actor said he ‘trusts’ that he and his wife will go on to have multiple children.
He added: ‘But I’m happy to trust that one day we’ll have a big family.’
The ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ actor recalled how he’d noticed a change in Brittany’s bump but ‘never thought’ it was a sign of the devastation to come.
He said: ‘We had just returned from our Babymoon in Fiji. We had such a great trip, but I remember her stomach was looking smaller. The thing for me is that I never thought this was a possibility.’
Kellan previously admitted he and his wife are planning to ‘try again’ to have a child as soon as the ‘time is right’.
Loss: The 35-year-old Twilight actor’s wife, 31, delivered their first child six and a half months into her pregnancy in February, with the grieving couple relying on their strong beliefs to help guide them through the ordeal
United: Speaking to LaPalme magazine, Kellan said: ‘There is no easy way, but I’m just so grateful for our faith and sharing the blood of Jesus Christ’ (pictured January 2019)
He tweeted last month: ‘@brittanylynnlutz you have been unbelievable during this hard past month! So grateful for you! I wanted to give a shout out to you all for all your love and support as we lost our baby girl who became stillborn at 6.5 months.
‘We can’t wait to try again when the time is right God willing.
‘There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens: A time to kill and a time to heal, a time to tear down and a time to build, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance, a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing, a time to search and a time to give up, a time to keep and a time to throw away, a time to tear and a time to mend, a time to be silent and a time to speak, a time to love and a time to hate, a time for war and a time for peace.’
‘Ecclesiastes 3:1, 3-8 NIV I’ve had my season of mourning and now I’m ready to dance. Love you all! -K. (sic)’
In February, Kellan broke the tragic news to his followers with a photo of his wife showing off her bare baby bump.
From K: Kellan praising his wife for working through the pain of the last month writing: ‘@brittanylynnlutz you have been unbelievable during this hard past month!’
He wrote at the time: ‘Taking heartbrokenness to a whole new level but Grateful for these past 6 months and the journey itself.’
Adding: ‘In life we might not get the answers to all of our questions but we will always remain faithful! God will restore. I love you @brittanylynnlutz. … Can’t wait to see our baby girl in Heaven when God calls us home. (sic)’
While Brittany also mourned the loss of her baby, as she wrote: ‘Baby girl, it was my absolute honor and pleasure to be your mom these last 6 months. I did my best and it was an absolute joy seeing your little face all those times on that screen and feeling your tiny kicks.’
Still struggling with the loss she added: ‘I don’t know why it happened the way it did, but part of me finds so much peace knowing you never experienced pain or heartache and never will. You’re in the arms of Jesus now and one day we will get to meet you for real. Until I see you in heaven… your mommy loves you so much. (sic)’
Two weeks after their announcement Brittany shared how she was choosing to feel the good and the pain.
She posted a photo on Instagram of hearts drawn in chalk on a sidewalk.
‘After tragedy or heartache it can be tempting to shut down so you don’t feel pain. Aka survival mode.
‘But when you shut yourself off to pain, you also shut yourself off to the things that can bring you joy too. I’ve done that in the past.
‘More than once. I can tell you from experience it takes a LOT of work to soften your heart after you’ve let it go hard,’ she wrote in the caption for her nearly 52,000 followers.
‘Throughout the last two weeks I’ve worked SO hard to remain soft.
‘As much as I’m tired of falling apart, and want to be done finding myself crying in a ball on the floor, if I allowed myself to fall into the temptation to shut down, I know I’d be missing those special moments that have made me smile and laugh and feel happy again,’ she added.
Hopeful message: Two weeks after the stillbirth Brittany took to Instagram with a hopeful message
Brittany then explained the photo. ‘Today Kel and I were walking after church and I saw this sidewalk full of hearts.
‘Instead of being numb to avoid all the things that remind me of being pregnant just two short weeks ago, I was able to see a sidewalk full of hearts as a little hug for my heart letting me know God’s got us. He’s not done writing my story,’ she posted.
‘Like my doctor said the day I found out our sweet baby girl didn’t have a heartbeat anymore: ‘This isn’t the end of your story. This is just a crappy chapter, but you’re going to get through this.’
For support after a stillbirth or neonatal death in the US call the Starlight Legacy Foundation on 952-715-7731 or email [email protected]
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Together: Kellan and Brittany got married in 2017 (pictured October 2018)