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Robert Pattinson cuts a casual figure in olive trousers and a hoodie as he steps out to run errands

Robert Pattinson was almost unrecognizable as he ran errands in Los Angeles on Monday.The 36-year-old Twilight actor covered up in a black baseball cap, Ray Ban sunglasses, and a face mask.He was seen leaving a retail store in a grey sweatshirt, a white shirt, and green trousers. Incognito: Robert Pattinson was almost unrecognizable as he ran errands in Los Angeles on MondayPattinson looked casual and comfortable in his hoodie, which was worn unzipped, showing his crewneck shirt.His dark hair peeked out from underneath his hat and he covered his nose and mouth in a white disposable face mask.
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