The Former First Lady wore a pale blue ensemble and matching shoes with a string of large pearls and her customary red lipstick as she was helped out her car by two men and into upscale Italian restaurant Il Piccolino, which is in the heart of West Hollywood.
One of her assistants who wore an earpiece was most likely a secret service agent assigned to protect Mrs Reagan while out and about in her hometown.
Nancy Reagan headed out for lunch at a trendy West Hollywood Italian restaurant on Monday, dressed up in a matching blue ensemble, oversized glasses and her pearls
She been able to walk with a cane following the unfortunate accident, but it seems she is still relies on a wheelchair sometimes to get around.
Lady who lunches: It's not clear who Mrs Reagan was meeting though she has been seen this year lunching with producers of movie The Butler, a biopic about long-standing White House domestic servant Cecil Gaines
Help: The man on the left wore an ear piece suggesting he might be her secret service bodyguard
It is not known who Mrs Reagan was meeting though this year she has been involved with the TV movie biopic The Butler and has been seen around town meeting with producers.
The Butler boasts an all star cast that includes Forrest Whitaker as long-standing White House domestic servant Cecil Gaines, and Jane Fonda who will play President Reagan's wife.
Greeting: Nancy Reagan walked with a cane as she endorsed Mitt Romney for President in June about seven weeks after her fall
While Alan Rickman will star as Ronald Reagan, Robin Williams and John Cusak will appear as Dwight Eisnehower and Richard Nixon respectively.
Early years: Mrs Reagan shares a playful moment with her husband, President Ronald Reagan, who died in 2004 from a long battle with Alzheimer's disease
First Lady: Mrs Reagan, pictured here in 1989 in her late 60s, spent most of the 1980s living in the White House
The indomitable former First Lady has continued to build on her husband's legacy, appearing in public to champion her work for Alzeimer's and the Nancy Reagan's Foundation's efforts to fight against drug abuse.