Yoko Ono was spotted on Thursday in New York for the first time since February
Frail Yoko Ono was spotted for the first time in months as she enjoyed some fresh air in New York's Central Park on Thursday.
She flashed a smile alongside a young man and two assistants, who pushed her around in a wheelchair.
She wore her signature hat and a pair of sunglasses, along with a pair of Nike sneakers as she rolled along in the park.
Ono was seen speaking privately for awhile with the young man. She didn't get out of the wheelchair at all during the 30 minute outing.
She was last seen in public in February, a month after she joined thousands of protesters marching the streets of NYC for women's rights.
She is one of the number of celebrities who has been vocal in their opposition to Donald Trump.Ono joined the rally in New York in January where thousands marched through the streets for women's rights and against the president.
In February, it was revealed that a biopic movie may be in the process of being made on Yoko and Lennon's love story.
Producer Michael De Luca is said to be working with Ono to track her relationship with her late Beatle husband and their anti-war efforts.
'The story will focus on ripe and relevant themes of love, courage and activism in the US - with the intention of inspiring today's youth to stand up for and have a clear vision for the world they want,' De Luca said in February.
'I am also honored and privileged to be working with Yoko Ono, Anthony McCarten and Josh Bratman to tell the story of two amazing global icons,' he added.
When Ono was spotted in January and February, she was also in a wheelchair, but it's unclear if she is ill or has trouble walking.