Michael Cohen takes a stroll in Central Park in first look at post-prison life

Prison is just a walk in the park if you’re Michael Cohen, as these new photos show.

President Trump’s former fixer spent Friday morning ambling through Central Park.

He also sat on a bench and chatted animatedly on his cell phone.

The now-disbarred attorney remains on “home confinement” due to prison coronavirus concerns — two-thirds into his three-year federal sentence for lying to Congress, tax evasion and campaign finance shenanigans.

Cohen, who lives on the Upper East Side, avoided his favorite fancy neighborhood restaurants, Avra and Le Bilboquet, and the kind of in-your-face display of leisurely luxury dining that got him in trouble in July.

But he’s apparently allowed to take the air occasionally, as he did in pedestrian-looking jeans and hoodie and for an hour Friday.

Cohen was even photographed strolling along the  same stretch of park where Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew were photographed together in 2010.

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