Famous people you didn’t know were grandparents
Wyatt, Anna and Oscar will have a lot to live up to when they come of age. Their family had the makings of a genuine political dynasty until their grandfather lost a key election, abandoned politics in favor of trying to save the world and won a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts.
Hey, Glam Ma
This glamorous Hollywood actress adores her grandchildren but doesn’t like the idea of being a “grandma,” so her four grandkids—Wilder, Bodhi, Ryder and Bingham—call her “Glam Ma” instead.
Eliel¸ Giuliana and Ethan are the grandchildren of an actor whose blockbuster films have thrilled millions of fans worldwide and grossed billions of dollars at the box office. Ironically, his adopted son with his third wife is younger than all of his grandkids.
According to Arabella Rose’s mom, the toddler’s billionaire grandfather loves family life but wouldn’t be caught dead changing diapers. If pushed into it by his daughter, who works for him, he just might say, “You’re fired.”
Don’t think twice
The times started changing for this former folk singer when he went electric back in 1965 and then went on to become one of the most celebrated singer/songwriters of all time. Today, he’s a grandfather nine times over and has a bumper sticker on his car that reads, “World’s Greatest Grandpa.”
Woman of the House
If this groundbreaking politician ever needs to win a family vote, all she has to do is line up the support of her eight grandchildren to have a clear majority over her husband and five kids. Given that she confesses to spoiling her far-flung grandkids whenever her busy congressional schedule allows her to see them, that shouldn’t be too hard.
People who remember this former teen idol from his glory days may still think of him as a kid himself, but the clean-cut entertainer and his wife now have five grandchildren (Dylan, Emery, Daxton, Tayte and Truman) and number six is on the way.
This former pro quarterback founded a football dynasty. Two of his three sons are NFL quarterbacks. A longtime resident of this Southern city, he and his wife stayed after a serious natural disaster and he says he enjoys seeing his grandchildren—May, Arch, Heidi, Mashall, Mosley and Ava—play on the same lawn where his sons did when they were kids.