Charlize Theron showed off her beach body while vacationing with her mother and two daughters in Cabo San Lucas over the holiday weekend.
While most other Americans arrived over the Thanksgiving weekend, the actresses “Old Guard” and “Atomic Blonde” took her family to the beach in Mexico to show that she somehow stays pretty fit while the holidays begin.
The star was spotted over the weekend in a yellow, strapless one-piece swimsuit taking a dip while on vacation with her mother, Gerda, and her two adopted daughters, Jackson and August. Several photos show the star exiting the water, smiling as she splashes around with her kids.
The Oscar winner takes her role as the mother of adopted children seriously and isn’t afraid to open up about her challenges. The star discussed her approach to the topic of racism with her two girls, who are black, during an appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” in July 2020.
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“The day I got older, I swore I would always tell them the truth in a way they could handle. I feel like this is such an important moment for them, for all of us,” said Theron, 46, on time, noting that children often “have a consciousness.”
“I wanted them to know what this was all about, what happened to George Floyd and so many other black bodies that have been killed by this violence. I wanted them to realize how unfair and how unjust this all is,” added Theron. “I know it plays a part in telling them some of that ugliness about the world that would make them grow up a little bit faster than they should or normally have during this period, but I think this is too important a moment not to be completely transparent.”
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The actress said her daughters understood the information “very well,” but the conversation was “heartbreaking at first.”
“That’s really what it is in the end. How do we let something like this happen on our watch? They really wanted to be proactive and really wanted to know, what can we do?” said Theron.
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Theron previously spoke to Entertainment Tonight about raising black children, explaining that “it’s been a tough time as a parent.”
“I think all parents want to believe that we have time. And the world has shocked me so much that I realize I don’t have time,” she said.
“There was a point where I felt like a little piece of my kids’ innocence was being taken from them during this time, because I had to sit down with them and have really, really hard, honest conversations about some really ugly “things in our world today that they need to know. I want them to know because I want to raise two little warriors.”
Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report.