On February 2, Lucy Hale spent some of her downtime with her "besties": her dogs Elvis and Ethel!
The actress was dressed down for the walk around Beverly Hills, though her shirt paid tribute to her hometown.
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A new leash on life!
The star sported round-framed sunglasses, a black long-sleeved tee, fuchsia leggings and a pair of sneakers for the outing. Her shirt read "Memphis, Tennessee," which is where she was born and raised.
Though she used to have a slight southern accent, she worked to get rid of it when she moved to Hollywood. "I didn’t have a big accent, but just a little southern drawl, and I actually had to take accent reduction classes," she revealed a few years ago. "It comes out when I’m tired, or angry."
The Pretty Little Liars alum also carried a black messenger bag and wore a few pieces of gold jewelry.
While she's had Elvis for several years, she adopted Ethel last February. The tiny pooch was previously being fostered by Kristen Bell.
"Everyone meet Ethel. Thank you Melissa and everyone at @wagmorpets for rescuing her & for all you do to find safe homes for these angels," Hale wrote on social media at the time. "And big thank you to the best @kristenanniebell for fostering!! We love u🐾♥️."
Since the star lives alone, she credited Elvis for keeping her "sane" during 2020's quarantine days. "I honestly don't know what I would've done without Elvis. He kept me company," she shared with PEOPLE. "We were already super close, but I feel we bonded even more during that time."
Once the world opened backup, the American Juniors star traveled to Spain to film the action flick Borrego.
"We had a handful of people from the States and we all rolled up our sleeves and we were like, 'Let's go make this crazy movie.' We knew it would be blood, sweat and tears, nights, running," she spilled to Entertainment Tonight. "I pulled a muscle the first day in my leg ... It was cold, it was hot, it was emotional; just challenging in all the right ways. That just made it so rewarding. We had a blast."