Charlize Theron Gushes Over New Adopted Son Jackson: 'He's Scrumptious'

Mon, March 19, 2012 11:05am EDT by 1 Comment
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New mom Charlize adopted a bouncing baby boy on March 15, and she reveals how much she already loves him!

Baby Jackson is the newest addition to actress Charlize Theron’s, 36, life. When congratulated by Matt Lauer, 54, on the Today Show this morning (March 19), Charlize couldn’t keep her glowing smile to herself! “It’s going amazing, yes,” she said about life with Jackson.

Charlize made the visit to the Today Show with Kristen Stewart, 21, to promote their upcoming film, Snow White and The Huntsman, but the conversation turned into one about her new son!

“He’s scrumptious and delicious and yeah, it’s incredible!” she gushed. The smile that broke on her face was brilliant, and everyone noticed! Matt commented on how great it was to see her so happy. “It’s called a grin, Matt,” she joked.

Congrats from us here at HollywoodLife.com again, Charlize! Jackson’s one lucky baby.

— Jordyn Woodtke

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Priya

Posted at 8:55 PM on March 28, 2012  

That is true, I didn’t even think about the fact that fairy tales were crazy effed up back in the day. These versions are ntihong compared to the original originals. I remember in middle school when we had to do science fair projects, one of my friends did are disney movies too scary and studied young children’s reactions while watching disney movies. I think she decided that they were. But maybe imagery is scarier than a story? Either way, I agree, maybe all of these crazy out of control kids you see nowadays need to be told a freaky old school fairy tale or two to set them straight.

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