Diane Kruger steps out with fiancé Norman Reedus in NYC after revealing in new children's book that their daughter is called Nova Tennessee

Norman Reedus and fiancée Diane Kruger were spotted out on a coffee run in New York City's Soho neighborhood on Tuesday.

The 53-year-old actor was spotted walking alongside the 45-year-old German actress, who pushed an empty baby stroller with a pink blanket draped over the seat.

The stroller was presumably for the couple's three-year-old daughter Nova Tennessee, whose name the Troy star finally revealed in an interview with People magazine that was published on Tuesday.

The latest: Norman Reedus and fiancée Diane Kruger were spotted out on a coffee run in New York City's Soho neighborhood on Tuesday after finally revealing their three-year-old daughter's name

The latest: Norman Reedus and fiancée Diane Kruger were spotted out on a coffee run in New York City's Soho neighborhood on Tuesday after finally revealing their three-year-old daughter's name

For their outing, the Walking Dead star donned an all-black ensemble that included a button-down shirt, trousers and Nike sneakers. 

The Walking Dead star completed his monochromatic look with a pair of black Ray-Ban Wayfarer shades. 

Diane was comfortably clad in a long black and gray graphic t-shirt and gray sweatpants. 

It's Nova Tennessee! The Troy star revealed her daughter's name in an interview with People magazine

It's Nova Tennessee! The Troy star revealed her daughter's name in an interview with People magazine

The National Treasure performer layered a denim jacket over her t-shirt and sported white sneakers.

The blonde beauty pulled her tresses back underneath a navy blue and white New York Yankees baseball cap.

The pair held white paper coffee cups as they walked down the sidewalk in Manhattan. 

Out and about: The 53-year-old actor was spotted walking alongside the 45-year-old German actress, who pushed an empty baby stroller with a pink blanket draped over the seat

Out and about: The 53-year-old actor was spotted walking alongside the 45-year-old German actress, who pushed an empty baby stroller with a pink blanket draped over the seat

Norman and Diane met when they co-starred in the 2015 movie Sky and began dating the following year.

The couple welcomed their first child together in 2018 and announced their engagement last year.

The Boondock Saints star also shares son Mingus Lucien, 22, with his ex-girlfriend Helena Christenson, 53.  

In her interview with People, Diane announced that she had penned a new children's book A Name From the Sky, which will be released on October 25.

In her children's book, Diane describes how she came to embrace her own name and how she and Norman chose their daughter's moniker.

Author: In her interview with People, Diane announced that she had penned a new children's book A Name From the Sky, which will be released on October 25

Author: In her interview with People, Diane announced that she had penned a new children's book A Name From the Sky, which will be released on October 25

The actress told People that 'Diane' was an uncommon name in her home country of Germany.  

'I remember coming home crying because kids were making fun of my name,' she shared. 

Diane's mother then read her a book about her namesake, the Roman goddess Diana.

 'It truly changed my life,' she said. 'And how I see myself today.'

Special meaning: The former model also explained the meaning behind her daughter's unique moniker

Special meaning: The former model also explained the meaning behind her daughter's unique moniker

The former model also explained the meaning behind her daughter's unique moniker.   

'I had her late in life at 42, and [Norman] had a child when he was much younger,' she said. ' 'Nova' in Latin means new beginning, and a nova star keeps changing and is reborn. And we love Tennessee and the Smoky Mountains; we do motorcycle trips there.' 

Diane told People that the little girl's nicknames range from 'Noonoo' to 'Neenee'.

After welcoming Nova, The Bridge alum said she was surprised by 'how much I love it. I wanted to be a mom and I was sure I was going to like it, but just the magnitude of wanting to be there every second, not missing a thing.'

She told People that it has been 'wonderful to rediscover firsts.'

The joy of motherhood: After welcoming Nova, The Bridge alum said she was surprised by 'how much I love it. I wanted to be a mom and I was sure I was going to like it, but just the magnitude of wanting to be there every second, not missing a thing'

The joy of motherhood: After welcoming Nova, The Bridge alum said she was surprised by 'how much I love it. I wanted to be a mom and I was sure I was going to like it, but just the magnitude of wanting to be there every second, not missing a thing'

Diane said, 'So many things at my age, you've done a thousand times, but just seeing it through her eyes again. 

'Whether it's having ice cream for the first time or seeing snow for the first time there's just something so refreshing and simple about that life as mother and daughter that I've just found magnificent.' 

'[Nova] was a surprise. I thought it wasn't going to happen, and she came into my life when I was ready,' she added.  'I'm grateful that happened for me and our family. She's changed my world and the way I look at everything.'

Diane expressed her hope that other children would feel empowered by their names after reading her book as she was when she learned the story behind her name.

'I think as children, we suffer through things,' she said. 'Whether that's a given name, or somebody says something mean to you. Everything is so up in the air. In time, your powers will come, and you don't have to worry. That kind of was the idea of the book.' 

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Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus step out as it's revealed their daughter is called Nova Tennessee 

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