Molly Hurwitz was spotted in public for the first time since the tragic death of her ex-fiancé, Matthew Perry.
Hurwitz was seen walking with a friend and a dog–which appeared to be the Golden Doodle named Alfred that she and Perry adopted during their relationship–in a Los Angeles-area park on Wednesday, Nov. 1, per photos obtained by the Daily Mail.
In the snaps, the literary manager kept a low profile, sporting a navy blue "college" crewneck and matching baseball cap, which she paired with charcoal gray leggings, white sneakers and aviator-style sunglasses.
The former couple was first romantically linked in 2018 and engaged two years later, though they never made it down the aisle as their relationship came to an end sometime in the summer of 2021. Despite being broken up for some time, Hurwitz still mourned the unfathomable loss in what has since become a highly criticized statement.
In it, she described that her relationship with Perry was "complicated," adding, "I obviously knew that man in a very different way, too. While I loved him deeper than I could comprehend, he was complicated, and he caused pain like I’d never known. No one in my adult life has had a more profound impact on me than Matthew Langford Perry."
However, the late actor's "old friends" had a different opinion of Hurwitz's decision to speak out, suggesting she was only "using him" both during the relationship and now after his death.
Perry was only 54 when he tragically passed away on Saturday, Oct. 28, following an apparent drowning just hours after he played a game of pickleball. Though an autopsy has yet to confirm his cause of death, preliminary reports suggest first responders were called to his Los Angeles-area home on Saturday after a call came in for a potential cardiac arrest.