The year-old Juno star teamed her baggy look with oversized sunglasses and brown lace up boots, while her friend sported a bushy beard, undercut and high bun with round sunglasses. The friends walked along the street with their arms around each other, with the star clutching on to her cell phone.
Scroll down for video Out on the town: Ellen Page sported a spotted white blouse and jeans as she and a male friend took a stroll around New York City on Wednesday Her appearance on Wednesday came as she opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about her decision to come out, memories of being teased at school and she wants to get married and raise children.
With two same sex relationships behind her which she had to keep secret, Page made up her mind last autumn to come out as a lesbian, according to the publication. One relationship began shortly after Juno's premiere back in and lasted two years before she had another romance described as 'a pricklier affair. It's so awful and hurtful. Page wore her favourite tomboy baseball hat for her stroll alongside a man with an unusual hairstyle Loud and proud: Page's male friend stripped off to reveal a multicoloured T-shirt Almost as uncomfortable, was Page feeling the pressure to glam up in dresses after shooting to fame as the quirky pregnant teen in Juno.
The star sported chunky lace up brown shoes and loose fitting denim Nowadays, the star is usually seen in her favourite jeans and checked shirt - at the post Oscars Vanity Fair party this year she arrived sporting a tuxedo. But her new dress sense has seemingly divided some. It blows my mind,' she says. Staying in the closet meant Page became subject to various media reports linking her to male co-stars including Canadian actor Mark Rendall, X-Men star Ben Foster and latterly her East co-star Alexander Skarsgard.
Page told The Hollywood Reporter that she hated wearing dresses 'People really thought we were dating,' Page marvels about the Skarsgard rumours. However, Page estimates that 80 per cent of the industry knew about her sexual identity by the time she made her coming out speech at a Human Rights Campaign Conference. Since the speech, the weight has lifted. Page opens up to The Hollywood Reporter about her inner struggles and bright future Glammed up: Page sported a white blouse and black trousers for one picture inside The Hollywood Reporter Life wasn't always so easy, with Page revealing she was teased at school for her tomboy tenancies.
This is what the whole world freaks out about? And every poem is about? I don't get it at all. And I don't think I'd want to make a kid, but I'd love to raise one. I'd love to raise a kid. Page sported a white blouse and black trousers for one picture inside The Hollywood Reporter Advertisement Read more: