It looks like wedding bells are on the horizon for one of Jamie Lee Curtis' kids!
In a recent interview with the AARP, the BAFTA-winning screen legend revealed that she will be officiating the wedding of her youngest daughter Ruby, who (with her permission) she also revealed is an out and proud transgender woman.
Discussing the ways in which she now views people's gender as something that is constantly evolving and isn't fixed, Curtis, alongside her longtime husband Christopher Guest, say that they "have watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby."
"She and her fiance will get married next year at a wedding that I will officiate," Curtis told AARP about Ruby, a 25-year-old computer gaming editor, and her upcoming nuptials.
Curtis, who is also a mother to Ruby's older sister Annie, a 34-year-old dance instructor who is already married, also hopes to keep adding more people to her big happy family via grandchildren.
"Not yet, but I do hope to," the Knives Out and Halloween star said when asked about the excitement of one day having grandkids.
Now this is the kind of love and support LGBTQ+ people should be receiving from their parents! And we love to see it!
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