Paul Pelosi Wears Hat in NYC Three Months After Fractured Skull Injury

Paul Pelosi, husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was photographed continuing to wear a hat during an outing in New York City on Saturday, three months after he was

brutally attacked in his California home. On Sunday, restaurateur Keith McNally shared a photo of the Pelosis, both 82, from their visit to his SoHo eatery Balthazar—from

which James Corden was banned in 2022 amid allegations of "nasty" behavior toward staff. In the image, the Pelosis were seen smiling as they posed with the restaurant's

maître d'hôtel, with Paul Pelosi sporting a black hat in the selfie. "Nancy Pelosi had dinner at Balthazar last night with her husband Paul," British-born McNally captioned

the Instagram post. "This is the two of them with Maitre D' Zouheir." Amid the plethora of politically charged comments both in favor of and against Democrat Nancy Pelosi,

one person wrote that they appeared to be on a family outing. "She sat across from us and was very friendly and polite," posted the Instagram user. "It looked like her

daughter and grandchildren with them. Nice to see her husband recovered." On the same day as the Balthazar visit, the Pelosis were also pictured at the hit play Leopoldstadt

at Broadway's Longacre Theatre. The couple were also seen speaking with the cast members backstage. In early December, the Pelosis attended the Kennedy Center Honors in

Washington, D.C.—which recognizes contributions to American culture through the performing arts—alongside President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris

and second gentleman Douglas Emhoff.