Claire Danes and Carey Mulligan catch up after they cross paths while jogging in New York City's Central Park
You never know who you'll run into in New York.
Claire Danes, 43, was jogging in Central Park when the Homeland star happened to run into Carey Mulligan, 36, and a friend, who were also taking a run Thursday.
The Essex Serpent star looked toned in a pair of black leggings and a long sleeve white t-shirt. She trod the trail in black sneakers, a white hat, a bum bag and earbuds.
Chance meeting: Claire Danes, 43, and Carey Mulligan, 36, enjoy a chat after a chance meeting in New York's Central Park Thursday
Carey looked sleek in a pair of blue leggings, a black sleeveless shirt that exposed her trim arms, and black hat.
All the women appeared makeup free and chatted for a while before heading in different directions.
Claire, and her husband, Law and Order star Hugh Dancy, 46, live in New York with their two children, Cyrus, nine, and Rowan, three.
Toned: The Essex Serpent star looked toned in a pair of black leggings and a long sleeve white t-shirt. She wore sneakers black sneakers, a white hat and a bum bag and earbuds
The Emmy award winner has been recently filming the limited-series drama Fleishman Is in Trouble with Jesse Eisenberg, 38, about a Manhattan couple going through a bitter divorce.
The FX show is based on the best selling book by the same name.
Carey is currently in New York to film Maestro, which is being directed by Bradley Cooper.
Trim: The Promising Young Woman actress looked sleek in a pair of blue leggings, a black sleeveless shirt that exposed her trim arms, and black hat
The British actress will play Leonard Bernstein's wife, Felicia Montealegre, in the film which examines their complex relationship.
Bradley will star as the world famous composer. The A Star is Born director also co-wrote the script.
Carey shares her two kids, Evelyn, 6, and Wilfred, 4, with her husband, Marcus Mumford, 35, of the band Mumford and Sons.
Carry on: After catching up on the running trail, the two stars headed in different directions to finish their runs