Charlize Theron is a “dance mom”.
The Atomic Blonde actress spends a lot of time accompanying her daughters Jackson, 10, and August, seven, to dance lessons, but she’s happy to do it because they’re so passionate about their hobby.
She told People magazine: “They still love dancing. They’re so obsessed with dancing.
“They forced me to be a dancing mom, which is so crazy, but that’s who I am now. I’m literally just an Uber driver and I show up to recitals. That’s it. “
Although she’s still so young, the 46-year-old star is amazed that her kids – whom she adopted as a single parent – are already catching up to her height-wise.
She said: “They’re so big. My 10-year-old is like under my chin and I don’t know what’s going on. But they’re happy, and they’re healthy, and they’re very happy that it’s summer.”
Charlize has previously admitted that she finds it more rewarding to impress her children than Hollywood accolades.
The 46-year-old actress has revealed she is more concerned with impressing her daughters Jackson, nine, and August, six, than receiving awards.
Discussing her voice role as Morticia Addams in ‘The Addams Family’ animated franchise, she said, “I can tell they’re pretty thrilled that their mother is Morticia.
“As a mom who, like all moms, wants their kids to think she’s cool, that’s a sentiment no Oscar can replace.”
The Oscar-winning star explained that she noticed many parallels between the Addams Family and her own brood.
Charlize said: “I love the relationship between them, their values. We have to find kindness and understanding for others who might not look like us or talk like us. To be a part of something like that and know that families will see that it really resonates with me.
“If it grabs them somewhere in the heart and makes them think about things a little differently, boy, that would be awesome.
“I always made sure they knew exactly who we were as a family, what we stand for and what our values are. Kindness and treating others the way you want to be treated is the way to go through life. “