Anna Faris & Chris Pratt’s Son is “Not Impressed” With His Parents’ Fame

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt are arguably one of Hollywood’s most famous co-parenting duos. With a string of hits to each of their names, Faris and Pratt have worked for decades to achieve their A-list level success. But as far as their six-year-old son Jack is concerned, he DGAF about his parent’s fame.

The Mom actress recently joked about how unfazed her son is by his parents’ superstardom in a brand new interview with People. “I think that for Jack, I think he’s had such an awareness of both his parents being in Hollywood and sort of that he’s not impressed, which is annoying,” Faris quipped.

Faris and Pratt announced they were amicably ending their eight-year-long marriage back in 2017, and as they’ve each moved on with their personal lives — Faris with boyfriend Michael Barrett and Pratt with fiancée Katherine Schwarzenegger — their commitment to supporting Jack and co-parenting has remained paramount. Speaking with E! News about the family, Faris said she was “really proud” of her son and happy “where everything is going” with her ex.

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Even so, parenting while famous comes with its own set of challenges, as Faris explained to E!. “There’s a lot of guilt being a parent, as we all know, and I think that you’re always striving to do things correctly, whatever that is,” she said. “And I do think that when your navigation is under intense scrutiny…I’m just like, going to Tahiti with Klondike. I’m outta here!” the actress joked, cheekily tying in her recent campaign with Klondike ice cream.

The famous exes are truly a case study in how to separate amicably. Not only did the two agree to live within five miles of each other until Jack is in sixth grade, but they’re also friendly with each other. Earlier this year, Faris revealed Pratt called her before he proposed to Schwarzenegger, and in turn, she was one of the first people to congratulate them on social media. These two are still #goals.

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