Jamie Lee Curtis shows off her trans daughter at the Halloween premiere: she looked at her proudly.

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The actress took her daughter Ruby’s hand and held it with admiration and pride in front of the world.

One of the most well-known actresses in the Hollywood industry is Jamie Lee Curtis. You may know her for several of her most iconic roles in movies like Freaky Friday or the acclaimed Halloween franchise. Curtis has returned to the spectacular after the return of the horror franchise, with his latest installment, Of Her Halloween Ends.

When the terrifying Michael Myers returned in 2018, the actress offered several moving interviews, the most prominent being one where she spoke openly about her daughter Ruby and that the true fear she feels is not what is reflected in her film, but in the film. reality.

In case you didn’t know, Ruby, the actress’s daughter, is a trans woman. Jamie speaks openly about Ruby and in that interview she confessed that one of her biggest fears has to do with her and the danger she is in: “I have a trans daughter… and there are people who want to annihilate her,” said the actress.

Unfortunately, life for the LGBTQ+ community hasn’t gotten any easier over the years. Although we have made progress in terms of visibility and inclusion, it is still not enough to guarantee a safe space.

Fortunately, as the world adjusts, there is a conglomeration of people willing to fight for the rights of different sexual orientations and gender identities. One of them is precisely Jamie Lee Curtis.

She has made this clear in numerous interviews and public presentations. This week, she posed with her daughter Ruby hers on the red carpet at Halloween Ends. This is the first time they’ve done it since she came out publicly transgender in 2021, looking like a really proud mom.

She also attended the premiere with her other daughter Annie, sharing a family photo from the event on Instagram, writing: “My family. The proudest mother. loving support.”

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