Michelle & Matilda Stay Close @ LAX

Michelle & Matilda Stay Close @ LAX

Michelle Williams kept a tight grip on her 3-year-old daughter Matilda Rose as they prepared to depart from LAX Airport with Michelle’s boyfriend Spike Jonze on Monday.

Michelle recently commented on her plans to return to work soon: “[The] working mother thing is kind of a fallacy – it’s hard to do both things well.” But, she adds that she worries her life “might end as a pile of dishes” if she doesn’t return some focus to her career soon.

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  1. mandy

    It’s spelled Jonze, not Jones.

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  2. Thanks – fixed it ;)

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  3. Sam

    Matilda is too precious! I can’t get over how much those eyes of hers resemble her daddy. Hope for the best for these two!!

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  4. Dana

    She is the spitting image of her father! Wow, it is really uncanny. Love Michelle! I don’t know much about Spike and I hope they are happy.

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  5. Lioness

    Oh!! Matilda. You certainly make me smile. This child is such a welcome sight to me, I think she’s so cute.

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  6. Ilsa

    I wonder what means the red thread in Michelle’s wrist.??
    It’s not Kabbalah, because it is in the right arm!

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