New York City experienced its most snowy January on record, but that hasn’t stopped these celebrity kids from stepping out in the chilly weather!
Brrr! It’s been a cold month in New York City—and a snowy one! After Thursday’s (Jan. 27) blizzard left 19 more inches of snow on the ground, the total accumulation hit an all-time high: 36 inches! But the weather hasn’t stopped celebrity locals like the Jackmans or the Brodericks from heading out and enjoying the Big Apple’s winter wonderland!
Winter is well on its way in New York City, but that didn’t stop Hugh Jackman from spending time with his wife and their two kids outside on Sunday (November 21). They’re such a fun family?
HollyMoms, if you’re ever in New York City, there’s a good chance you’ll run into Hugh Jackman. The 42-year-old star is always on the go with his kids. On Sunday (November 21) he and his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness, 55, bundled up their son, Oscar, 10, and daughter, Ava, 5, for little playdate in the park in the West Village. All that running around chasing after a ball, must have kept them warm and toasty! What outdoor activities do you do with your kids when it’s cold?
The Wolverine star was home in New York and had some fun with his daughter, Ava, on a gorgeous autumn day.
Fresh off his latest film shoot, Hugh Jackman‘s biggest role these days is playing dad to his two kids, Oscar, 10, and Ava, 5. Last Thursday (Oct. 14), it was Ava’s turn to get Daddy’s full attention, as the star of X-Men Origins: Wolverine picked his daughter up from school in New Yo0rk’s West Village and, in the process (and much to little Ava’s horror!), stole a nibble from her cookie!
Super Dad Hugh Jackman is not only fighting for his kids, but for all kids across America. He says that they deserve “[improved] nutritional standards for school meals!” You go, Hugh!
Hugh Jackman, 41, is not a man to sit around and wait for other people to get things done. No — he takes matters into his own hands, especially when it comes to the physical wellbeing of his son Oscar, 10, and daughter Ava, 5. Hugh has written to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to ask her for her help in getting the Improving Nutrition for America’s Children Act passed. He doesn’t think it’s fair that his kids, or any others, be limited to a junk food-filled menu in a school’s cafeteria!