First-time mom Jamie Chung beams down on her newborn twin sons during idyllic stroll through Griffith Park in Los Angeles

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Jamie Chung looked every bit the doting mother while pushing her infant sons around Los Angeles' Griffith Park on Tuesday afternoon.

The Dexter actress, 38, was captured smiling down on the twins as they rested comfortably in their stroller.

Chung was dressed for the gloomy weather in a green plaid fleece coat that she styled with some mustard toned trousers.

Doting mom: Jamie Chung looked every bit the doting mother while pushing her infant sons around Los Angeles' Griffith Park on Tuesday afternoon

She pounded the pavement in a pair of bright white sneakers and wore her raven hair in a low ponytail.

Jamie let her natural beauty shine by going makeup-free for her afternoon outing with her boys. 

She shares the twins with husband Bryan Greenberg, 43. 

The couple in October revealed on social media that they welcomed their sons, as Greenberg said, 'We got double the trouble now.'

Chung in November credited the couple's fertility doctor, Dr. Shahin Ghadir of SoCal Reproductive Center, in an Instagram post.

Beaming: The Dexter actress, 38, was captured smiling down on her little ones as they rested comfortably in their stroller

Comfort first: Chung was dressed for the gloomy weather in a green plaid fleece coat that she styled with some mustard toned trousers

'Every fertility journey is unique, it's a tender topic,' she wrote. 'This would have not been possible without @drshahinghadir at @scrcivf. Thank you for taking such good care of us through our journey.'

Chung and Greenberg initially began dating in 2012 and exchanged vows on Halloween of 2015.

Both have been thriving in their careers, as Chung played the role of Molly Park in the mini-series Dexter: New Blood, while Greenberg is working on a comedy project for Netflix headed by Kenya Barris and Jonah Hill. 

Family: She shares the twins - who were born in October - with husband Bryan Greenberg, 43; Jamie and Bryan pictured with their sons in December

During a recent interview with PEOPLE, Jamie opened up about her own struggle with postpartum depression and how it can be a 'scary transition' for many. 

'Therapy really helped me prep mentally for this lifestyle change and to not be afraid to talk about certain issues because it's not the first thing you want to say when you have kids,' the first-time mom explained.

'You don't want to start with something negative or challenging, but I do think that these postpartum depression issues are so real.'

Chung admitted to feeling 'quite guilty' about 'certain things that I felt' at the height of her postpartum depression but that reminding herself that it's 'normal' helped quell the guilt.

Candid: During a recent interview with PEOPLE , Jamie opened up about her own struggle with postpartum depression and how it can be a 'scary transition' for many; Jamie pictured on January 14

'I felt quite guilty feeling certain things that I felt. And just knowing that it's normal and it's just because you're overwhelmed and you're full of anxiety and it's a scary transition for some people.'

Jamie and Bryan gave their fans a peek at their life as new parents by sharing a snap from a family hike behind the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles to Instagram last month.

'Hikes with tykes,' captioned Greenberg, who walked alongside Chung, 38, as they both wore baby carriers.

The married couple of six years posed in front of the lettering of the iconic sign, which sits adjacent to the Cahuenga Peak Trail.

Fun day: Jamie and Bryan gave their fans a peek at their life as new parents by sharing a snap from a family hike behind the Hollywood sign in Los Angeles to Instagram last month

Active: Weeks prior, Jamie and Bryan shared snaps from a hike they took in El Capitan Canyon in Santa Barbara, California

In the image, Chung wore a black ensemble of a top, leggings and brown hiking boots with a black ball cap. Greenberg donned a ball cap with sunglasses and a white shirt.

The couple last week shared photos from a hike they took in El Capitan Canyon in Santa Barbara, California, as Chung wrote on social media, 'Special being back @elcapitancanyon with the family.'

Chung and Greenberg were with their twins as they walked through the idyllic nature environment in front of a wood cabin.

Greenberg called one of his sons a 'nature kid' in an Instagram Stories post documenting the trip.

The couple in October revealed on social media that they welcomed the twin sons, as Greenberg said, 'We got double the trouble now'

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