Eva Mendes wears $5 Maccas socks with her designer heels to promote McHappy Day

Eva Mendes proved she’s one of Hollywood’s most down-to-earth stars on Friday when she visited a Ronald McDonald house in Sydney ahead of McHappy Day.

The 48-year-old Hitch actress wore a pair of red McDonald’s Silly socks with her designer heels during a news conference at the home of Children’s Hospital in Westmead.

The socks, which are adorned with cute Big Mac and fries designs, cost $5 and all proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House Charites Australia.

Eva Mendes proved she's one of Hollywood's most down-to-earth stars on Friday when she visited a Ronald McDonald home in Sydney. The Hitch actress, 48, wore a pair of red McDonald's Silly Socks with her designer heels during a press conference at The Children's Hospital in Westmead

Eva Mendes proved she's one of Hollywood's most down-to-earth stars on Friday when she visited a Ronald McDonald house in Sydney. The Hitch actress, 48, wore a pair of red McDonald's Silly Socks with her designer heels during a press conference at The Children's Hospital in Westmead

Eva Mendes proved she’s one of Hollywood’s most down-to-earth stars on Friday when she visited a Ronald McDonald home in Sydney. The Hitch actress, 48, wore a pair of red McDonald’s Silly Socks with her designer heels during a press conference at The Children’s Hospital in Westmead

Eva looked typically stunning as she faced the media wearing a floral dress that she cinched in at the waist with a black belt.

Her chocolate brown tresses were styled in luscious waves and her makeup was absolutely flawless.

The brunette beauty also spent time with children and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Westmead, signing messages on her own socks.

Eva looked typically stunning as she faced the media wearing a floral dress that she cinched at the waist with a black belt to match her cute French fries shoes

Eva looked typically stunning as she faced the media wearing a floral dress that she cinched at the waist with a black belt to match her cute French fries shoes

Eva looked typically stunning as she faced the media wearing a floral dress that she cinched at the waist with a black belt to match her cute French fries shoes

The socks, which are adorned with cute Big Mac and fries designs, cost $5 and all proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House Charites Australia

The socks, which are adorned with cute Big Mac and fries designs, cost $5 and all proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House Charites Australia

The socks, which are adorned with cute Big Mac and fries designs, cost $5 and all proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House Charites Australia

Although McHappy Day is only on Saturday, Eva was out on Friday to promote and raise awareness.

Eva, who was the 2020 McHappy Day Virtual Ambassador, will visit a local McDonald’s restaurant on Saturday for McHappy Day.

“I am incredibly honored to once again be working with McDonald’s to raise awareness of McHappy Day and to support the truly invaluable work of the Ronald McDonald House Charities,” she said in a statement.

Although McHappy Day is only on Saturday, Eva was out on Friday to promote and raise awareness

Although McHappy Day is only on Saturday, Eva was out on Friday to promote and raise awareness

Although McHappy Day is only on Saturday, Eva was out on Friday to promote and raise awareness

Her chocolate brown tresses were styled in luscious waves and her makeup was absolutely flawless

Her chocolate brown tresses were styled in luscious waves and her makeup was absolutely flawless

Her chocolate brown tresses were styled in luscious waves and her makeup was absolutely flawless

“RMHC is a charity that is close to my heart after my cousin stayed at a Ronald McDonald house while her baby was being treated,” she continued.

“Having spoken to my cousin and other parents during my time as Ambassador in 2020, I can see the wonderful impact RMHC is having on so many families at an incredibly challenging time in their lives.”

Eva is currently Down Under with her longtime partner Ryan Gosling, who filmed The Fall Guy in Sydney.

The brunette beauty also spent time with children and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Westmead, signing messages on her own socks

The brunette beauty also spent time with children and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Westmead, signing messages on her own socks

The brunette beauty also spent time with children and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House Westmead, signing messages on her own socks

The Fall Guy is based on the popular 1980’s TV series starring Lee Majors, Heather Thomas and Markie Post.

The series ran from 1981 to 1986 and revolved around a stuntman who works part-time as a bounty hunter.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the subplot is abandoned.

Gosling will instead play a former stuntman who works with a movie star who once replaced him but is now gone.

McHappy Day helps raise important funds to keep families together and provide invaluable support while their critically ill or injured child is treated.

Eva joins a long line of celebrities to fill the position for Ronald McDonald House Charities Australia – including Katie Holmes, Eva Longoria, Naomi Watts, Ricki-Lee Coulter, Ada Nicodemou, Benji and Joel Madden and Ryan Kwanten.

Australians can show their support for McHappy Day by buying a Big Mac on McHappy Day from the nearest McDonald’s or through McDelivery, with $2 of every Big Mac sold going directly to RMHC.

You can also donate online by visiting www.rmhc.org.au/give.

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“I am incredibly honored to once again be working with McDonald’s to raise awareness of McHappy Day and to support the truly invaluable work of the Ronald McDonald House Charities,” she said in a statement

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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