On her Instagram account, Charlize Theron shared a video of her last outing with her daughters August and Jackson.
Two days ago, Charlize Theron blew out her 48 candles surrounded by her two daughters Jackson (11) and August (8 years old), in a very special place. They went to Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles to attend the Taylor Swift concert. A moment of complicity shared by the actress this tuesday 8 august on Instagram.
On the extract, the three girls are dancing the same choreography on the tube of the singer “Shake It Off”. Wearing a hat on her head, the star shows a big smile. “Thank you for the best birthday ever Taylor Swift!!! We had a fucking good time,” she captioned.
One thing is certain, the actress and her two children are true “swifties”, the name given to Taylor Swift fans. In addition to mastering the dance steps to perfection, the trio also knows the lyrics of the famous song by heart. We can notably see them singing the title in chorus with the stadium crowd.
Discreet about her private life, Charlize Theron very rarely shows her children on her social networks. Three years ago, she granted herself a small exception by posting on Instagram a screenshot of a videoconference, organized with her relatives and her two daughters for her birthday.
Some memories and confidences
In 2020, the “Mad Max: Fury Road” star once again honored August and Jackson on National Daughter’s Day, a day when parents and families celebrate girls. “My heart belongs to these two electric batteries,” she captioned alongside a snapshot of these two children. Two years later, the South African had unveiled a new photo of her daughters. You could see them with their maternal grandmother during a walk in the forest.
In addition to these pretty shots, the actress does not hesitate to talk about her offspring in interviews. In April 2019, Charlize Theron announced to the “Daily Mail” that her child Jackson, born a boy, identified with a girl. Eight months later, the former companion of Stuart Townsend had returned to this interview. “My daughter’s story belongs only to her, and one day, if she wishes, she will be able to tell her story. I think because I’m her mother, it’s important for the world to know that I want the correct pronoun to be used for her,” she told Pride Source.