He's famously known for his outrageous on-screen antics as the barmy Borat and excitable Ali G. But comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen appears to revel in his role as father to Olive, three, and youngest daughter Elula, who was born last summer.
Baron Cohen, 39, and wife Isla, 34 - seen dressed in a strapless ditzy print jumpsuit and floppy straw hat - kept cool in the shade as the comic kept his pram bound daughters amused.
Chilled out: Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen get coffee with their daughter Elula Cohen in downtown Manhattan
It was a calmer scene for the star as he has been causing chaos in New York's with his new production The Dictator.
He has been seen dressed in a series of crazy outfits, throwing rubbish bin out of the door of a restaurant and accidentally hitting a taxi.
In the movie, the comedian plays a Hussein-like dictator who is secretly replaced by a lookalike goat herder and must rebuild his life in New York City, playing both roles in the film.
Chilled out: Isla and Sacha attract the attention of a little bird as they get coffee with their daughters
The Dictator shares more than a few similarities with classic Charlie Chaplin 1940 movie The Great Dictator, which was a biting satire on Nazi Germany.
In Chaplin's movie, a Jewish barber who bears an uncanny resemblance to the Hitler pastiche Phooey Hynkel, ends up being mistaken for the Fuhrer.
The film is being directed by Larry Charles, who also helmed Bruno and Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.
The multimillionaire actor who lives in Los Angeles secretly married Australian actress Isla Fisher in Paris last year.
Beat the heat: Isla kept cool in the shade in a print jumpsuit and a floppy straw hat
Isla, began her conversion to Judaism in early 2007 - a conversion takes up to 18 months and has to be approved by religious court the Beth Din.
She said at the time: 'I would do anything – move into any religion – to be united in marriage with him.
'We have a future together, and religion comes second to love as far as we are concerned.
After her conversion she took the Hebrew name Ayala.
The pair tied the knot in a small sunset service attended by a few close family members.
Isla gushed: 'It was the absolute best day of my life and in so many beautiful moments I missed you all so much.
'I thought of you as everything was happening, but Sacha and I wanted no fuss - just us.'
In The Dictator Baron Cohen plays a Saddam-like dictator who is secretly replaced by a lookalike goat herder and must rebuild his life in New York City