Carrie-Anne Moss Steps Out With Her Son

Carrie-Anne Moss Steps Out With Her Son

Actress Carrie-Anne Moss was spotted out and about with her oldest son in Santa Monica, Calif. on Monday afternoon (August 9). The mother-son duo wore matching blues as they strolled down the sidewalk together, hand in hand.

The Canadian actress, who will celebrate her 43rd birthday on August 21, has managed to protect her family’s privacy quite keenly despite her key role in the popular Matrix trilogy.

The mom of three has revealed that her eldest son is named Owen and that he was born at the end of 2003. She is also mom to a younger son – believed to be named with Jaden or Brooke – and said to be born in November 2005. Her third child – a baby girl – was first spotted in October 2009, however, her name and date of birth were never announced.

The children’s father is Carrie-Anne’s husband, actor Steven Roy.

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  1. Anonymous

    why does she feel the need to be so private? what does this do execpt make people think she’s hiding something and rather weird. I find it very odd when celebs are so freakin secreative. Especially like Christian Bale who won’t even say his own daughters name? W E I R D, that’s just weird.

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    • Anonymous

      Why? Because it’s no one else’s business. Just because a person chooses acting as a profession doesn’t mean their family becomes public property. It’s not weird, it’s looking out for the welfare of their children, who didn’t ask to be born to famous parents and deserve as much privacy as their parents are willing provide. I think it’s quite admirable.

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  2. Mara

    I applaud her for not exploiting her children. Just because the parents are famous doesn’t give people the right to every aspect of their children’s life.

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  3. Anonymous

    oh come on exploiting her kids by saying their name/dob? please that’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard. she shouldn’t have to hide something as simple as a name, its ridiculous and its my opinion and if you don’t like it oh well. I have a right to think its weird. So whatever. you guys take it way to far, just knowing their first name isn’t going to hurt them or exploit them or sell them out. so what should everyone in the world stop telling people their name because they’d be exploiting themselves?

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    • Anonymous

      You can think it’s as weird as you want, but the fact is, your opinion doesn’t matter. She has the right to do whatever she wants and to withhold as much information about her children as she wants.

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      • Anonymous

        right well if my opinion doesn’t matter than neither does yours. so it doesn’t matter if you say she can do what she wants. apparently since opinions don’t matter.

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        • Anonymous

          No, your opinions or my opinions on what a total stranger does with her life don’t matter, and she can and is doing exactly what she wants about her own kids. Their welfare is more important to her than your curiosity, or mine. Good for her. If their first names are released and everyone knows their second, then people can Google them throughout life. She’s ensuring their anonymity as children, and I think she is wise to. When her eldest kid was born she was one of the most famous people in the world. She was on the cover of every single magazine and newspaper in the US, including TIME and Newsweek. She’s protected him from all of that very thoroughly and very successfully, and if he wants to be a lawyer or a doctor no employer or client will ever know the connection. She can also protect their privacy in the courts if she never engages with the media over them – in much of the world, once you play ball you lose the right to sue.

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    • Anonymous

      And I wonder if you even realize the irony of the fact that you’re complaining about someone you don’t know know keeping their children’s names to themselves, while posting anonymously. If names are so unimportant, why aren’t you posting using your real name, hmmmm? Tell us who YOU are, anonymous.

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  4. Peta

    If a parent doesn’t feel the need to tell the whole world about her children’s names and/or D.O.B, or even when she’s expecting, that’s not a problem with me. I think we’ve gotten so accustomed to hearing and reading everything about celebrities lives these days that some of us feel entitled to such information, and get huffy when it’s not forthcoming.

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  5. Peta

    If a parent doesn’t feel the need to tell the whole world about her children’s names and/or D.O.B, or even when she’s expecting, that’s not a problem with me. I think we’ve gotten so accustomed to hearing and reading everything about celebrities lives these days that some of us feel entitled to such information, and get huffy when it’s not forthcoming.

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  6. Anonymous

    DESIREE, Thanks for posting!

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  7. Anonymous

    DESIREE, Thanks for posting!

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  8. Rowan Kraft

    Maybe acting isn’t an appropriate career choice for a private person.

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    • Anonymous

      Except that she has a very private life. Nobody knows her kids’ DOB or even names for sure. And when the eldest was born she was one of the most famous people in the world. So she clearly knows how to deal with an acting career and privacy for her family, too.

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