The broad-ranging conversation touched on the actor, philanthropist, and author's "great Mental Migration" that began in her 50s following raising her two children, overcoming drug addiction and "doing lots of reading. “Curtis explained to the outlet that this stage in her life is one of "shedding." She also said that in addition to other things, she's letting down "vampire-like" friendships. Curtis also rejected the idea that gender is fixed. When she spoke up, Ruby, Ruby's daughter and a 25-year-old computer gaming editor, shared her transition.
Jamie Lee Curtis Reveals Her Younger Child
Curtis shared that she and Guest watched "in wonder and pride" as Ruby became their daughter Ruby before revealing that Ruby has plans to marry the man she loves. Curtis explained that she and her fiancé would get married next spring at a ceremony where I will officiate. Ruby is Ruby's second daughter. A guest has been Ruby’s partner for 36 years. Annie, who is 34 years old, is Annie's oldest child and a dance instructor. After struggling with infertility, they adopted two children together.
Curtis has been an active supporter of the LGBTQ community. Curtis shared a tweet with a special note on 2017's media posts. “Dear Trans Kids. This is the letter that we all wish we'd written. Tweet: "From a trans educator, "2020 will see her directing and starring as a director in a TV movie. The film will focus on Sara Cunningham (activist) and her non-profit "Free Mom Hugs," which seeks to empower the LGBTQ community through education and advocacy. Curtis also talked about her marriage to Guest in the interview. Guest is perhaps best-known for Nigel Tufnel as the lead guitarist in "This Is Spinal Tap," the 1984 comedy musical comedy.
Curtis called Curtis "one and only."
The couple got married in 1984. This December will mark 37 years of their marriage. Chris was the one she wrote: "One of the longest relationships I've had in search of comfort and contact and connection is with Chris."
"Today marks the 36th Anniversary of Our Wedding. My hand in his. Both then and now. It is connected by our children and our family and friends. These links have been the anchors of our human emotional chains that have seen us through both triumph and tragedy. “According to the AARP profile, she "began scaling down her acting career to dedicate more time to raising her children" in her mid-90s. Curtis is now appearing in more blockbuster films. She played Laurie Strode again in 2018's "Halloween 2" sequel. Curtis also starred in 2019’s murder-mystery film "Knives Out. “Curtis shared an AARP cover photo on her Instagram account. He added a long caption about how happy Curtis felt about this creative moment in her life and the success of her philanthropic business.