enjoyed a rare public outing in Notting Hill on Tuesday. 

The singer and actress, 58, went makeup free as she met up with friends for lunch. 

Courtney kept things casual on the outing, stepping out in a pair of bright blue trousers and a baggy beige sweater. 

Stepping out: Makeup free Courtney Love cut a casual figure in blue trousers and a sweater on Tuesday as she enjoyed lunch in Notting Hill with friends

She bundled up against the chill in a black overcoat and pdf免费电子书下载 covered her blonde locks with a dark hat. 

Courtney appeared in high spirits, smiling as she said goodbye to her friends after the catch up.  

Courtney enjoyed dining at Granger & Co in Notting Hill. 

Rugging up: She bundled up against the chill in a black overcoat and covered her blonde locks with a dark hat

The star has been living in London for the last few years and

She previously told NME Magazine that she was focusing on writing her book and a record while in the UK. 

‘I’ve been taking guitar lessons over Zoom during lockdown…For a while I actually did not pick up my guitar,’ she said at the time.

London living: The star has been living in London for the last few years and recently referred to her life in the UK as her ‘recluse London phase’

High spirits: Courtney appeared in high spirits, smiling as she said goodbye to her friends after the catch up

She added: ‘I stopped having the kind of relationship that you need to have with the guitar to write good guitar songs. So, I came here to focus on writing my book and my record.’

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Courtney recently spoke about the highly influential Nirvana album Nevermind, which was co-written by her late husband, Kurt Cobain, during an interview with the .

During the sit-down, the actress noted that she was taken aback by the enduring quality of the studio release and that she typically does not discuss the work.

‘I never talk about Nevermind! I have no idea what I’m going to say. I’m shocked it has been 30 years,’ she said.

She also recalled that the first time that she listened to the album all the way through was on a promotional tour in Europe.

Candid: Courtney recently spoke about the highly influential Nirvana album Nevermind, which was co-written by her late husband, Kurt Cobain, during an interview with the Los Angeles Times

Family: She is pictured with Kurt and their daughter Frances in 1993

‘Hearing it in that context was like being in an entirely different world. For a few days, we just listened to it again and again,’ she said.

The musician also expressed that her late husband’s work on the project likely contributed to its enduring quality.

She noted that he ‘had the courage to change both himself and the world, and with success he became emboldened’.

The performer discussed how the late guitarist was particularly open about his feelings, although he managed to maintain an element of mystique.

‘I think he was being honest because he didn’t have his public persona figured out. Who Kurt was to me was never what you saw in the public,’ she said.

Love concluded by stating: ‘I’m very picky when I listen to Kurt, but when I hear Nevermind I think of the joy he had tinkering with the drums for this glorious thing he had to say.’

‘I never talk about Nevermind! I have no idea what I’m going to say. I’m shocked it has been 30 years,’ she said

 

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