Kevin Hart's Wife & Son Head to Pumpkin Patch Without 'Jumanji' Star

Gary Trock

Kevin Hart's family is getting back into normalcy while the comedian continues to make progress in his rehabilitation.

Eniko Hart and 1-year-old Kenzo were seen Saturday afternoon at Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark, CA.

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The two were having a great time with a group of friends as they walked among the pumpkin patch and checked out the locally grown vegetables.

35-year-old Eniko was seen schlepping around a wheelbarrow full of pumpkins.

Kevin Hart was not with his wife and child, as he has remained out of the public eye since the car wreck that left him with multiple injuries, including fractures to his spine.

After undergoing emergency surgery Hart has been working on recovery and rehabilitation, and only recently began doing light promotional work for the upcoming "Jumanji: The Next Level."

However, advisors close to Hart don't anticipate the comedian fully returning to work until next year.

Since the crash, the California Highway Patrol has determined the cause was due to reckless driving.

Hart's friend, Jared Black, was driving the star's 1970 Plymouth Barracuda when he careened off Mulholland Highway in Malibu and into a ditch.

The star was in the passenger seat, while his wife's trainer, black's fiancée, was in the back of the vehicle.

Hart was able to free himself from the wreck and returned home before receiving medical attention.

"Jumanji: The Next Level" hits theaters December 13, 2019, and it's still unclear how much Hart will be involved in the publicity surrounding the event or if he will make a live appearance.