Getting their groove on! Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber reunited to do a TikTok dance with their two children amid quarantine.
“The best Mom’s Day reward? A TikTok! #modernworld #newnormal,” the actress, 51, captioned a Sunday, Might 11, video with Sasha, 12, Kai, 11, and her ex-boyfriend, 52.
Within the household footage, the King Kong star smiled whereas dancing to Doja Cat’s “Say So.”
The Oscar nominee first confirmed off her TikTok abilities with Kai final month, writing, “Simply attempting to remain related.”
Kelly Ripa commented on the April social media add: “That’s wonderful you two! Dope, as the children would say.”
The previous couple welcomed Sasha and Kai in 2007 and 2008, respectively, forward of their 2016 cut up and are “proud” of their coparenting relationship.
“We’re doing issues very otherwise,” Watts informed PorterEdit in August 2019. “We’ve made it our absolute precedence to be good and type to one another and we’re completely dedicated to that.”
Schreiber admitted to Willie Geist in January 2018 that breakups are “all the time exhausting,” however they’re making it work. He defined, “You construct a life with somebody and issues change. And I feel the best way that we’ve checked out it’s that we’ll all the time be companions and that’s what sort of retains us collectively and retains us amicable. However I feel we’re greater than that, I feel we additionally genuinely actually care about one another.”
The Ray Donovan alum added, “It’s vital to assist one another, you already know? It’s actually vital. I used to be making some jokes this morning at breakfast about mommy with the boys, and their eyes gentle up once I speak about her. You possibly can see how vital it’s to them that their mother and father care about one another and that it doesn’t matter what occurs, you proceed to try to try this.”
He and the English star started relationship in 2005 however by no means tied the knot. Watts defined to Simple Residing in 2011: “We’re very a lot collectively. We simply don’t have that certificates, and that’s OK with each of us. Possibly sooner or later, we’ll simply get up and go, ‘Hey, let’s do that.’ And possibly not.”
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