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Charlize Theron nourishes oldest child as a girl: I also thought she was a boy, yes
Celebrities Charlize Theron (43) has confirmed that she is her oldest child, Jackson (7), if a girl raises. Those rumors were doing the round, after the child in dresses and with long, braided hair was seen.

“Yes, I also thought she was a boy,” says Charlize Theron in The Daily Mail. “Until she looked at me when she was three years old, and said: ‘I am not a boy!" So take a look! I have two beautiful daughters that I - like every parent wants to protect and wants to see flourish. They were born who they are. Where they will find as they grow up and who they want to be, that I may not for them to decide. My job as a parent is to celebrate them and make them eager to see and to ensure that they all have what it takes to be who they want to be. And I will do everything I can to ensure that they have a right and are protected.”

She adds, laughing: “It's my mother's fault that I didn't know better! I grew up in a country where people with half-truths and lies lived. Nobody said anything straight, and I was brought up to be especially if not. My mother taught me that your mouth should be open. You should be sure that when this life is over, you are a truth have carried out where you feel most comfortable. There may be nothing just result.”

Charlize adopted Jackson when she was a baby. She has a second adoptiekindje, the girl August (3). Theron nourishes the children alone.

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