Naomi Watts is celebrating her son.
The mother of two took to Instagram on Monday, wishing her eldest son Alexander Pete — who she calls Sasha — a happy birthday.
“Happy birthday to our first little miracle. Sweet Sasha is adventurous, loving and kind. A powerful beam of light in our family. Feel so blessed to watch him grow,” Watts, 47, captioned a photo of the two.
In the snap, the British actress and her son cuddle, as he rocks a crown and gold necklaces that say happy birthday.
The pair welcomed him in 2007 after two years of dating, naming him Alexander in honor Schreiber’s grandfather and choosing the middle name Pete as a nod to Watt’s father.
“It’s total euphoria. I love being a mum,” Watts said about motherhood in 2008. “I always knew I would. All the clichés are true. I spend my days making a number of bizarre noises and bizarre faces. And that gets my son off, which gets me off.”
The actors were joined by their two sons, Alexander Pete, 8, and Samuel Kai, 7, at the premiere of Kung Fu Panda 3 in New York City on Saturday.
The family of four looked comfy and casual for the animated film’s premiere, with both boys in denim and sneakers. Mom and dad followed suit, with Watts, 47, wearing a simple floral dress and flats and Schreiber, 48, in a button-down shirt and a beanie.
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Schreiber and Watts weren’t the only celebrity parents to make seeing the DreamWorks film a family affair.
Kate Hudson, who lends her voice to character Mei Mei, brought her sons as dates to Kung Fu Panda 3‘s Los Angeles premiere, also on Saturday.
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You’re a good man, Charlie Brown — and you have a lot of A-list fans!
The stars stepped out with their children in tow for a special screening of The Peanuts Movie, sponsored by Build-A-Bear Workshop, at the Crosby Street Hotel on Sunday in New York City.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott also brought their entire brood to enjoy Snoopy’s antics. The couple’s kids (Finn, 3, Liam, 8, Hattie, 4, Stella, 7, and, Dean’s son from a previous relationship, Jack) all attended the family-centric festivities.
We always knew that Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts were celebrity best friends.
But we didn't realize just how close the Australian actresses were... until now!
Appearing on stage at the Women In Film’s Crystal + Lucy Awards to accept the Crystal Award for Excellence in Film, Kidman told a story about how she once turned down a part because it involved her kissing another woman.
But the Oscar winner said she now knows better and asked the audience to come together to support women, to help create opportunities for them and prove to them that they are “strong, smart and talented.”
At the conclusion of the speech, Kidman and Watts (who was on stage with bestie), both put on shower caps and swapped spit as the crowd cheered.
Check out the same-sex make out session above and then go see Tina Fey and Amy Schumer also get to first base.
We're living in very frightening times, people.
Due to the threat of nuclear war, terrorism and crazy Boston Red Sox fans? Yes, but that's not really applicable in this case.
Instead, we're referring at the moment to a culture that has embraced Kim Kardashian and her family to such an extent that they make millions and millions of dollars per year.
Many big names have spoken out against the famous family in recent times, including President Barack Obama, but Naomi Watts summed up our feelings very well in a May 2015 interview with Australian InStyle.
"There’s so much focus on celebrity these days; we’re in the Kardashian era and it’s slightly scary," said the Oscar nominee.
Do you agree? Scroll down for a look at Watts and other celebrities who won't be sending the Kardashians a Christmas card any time soon...