Philip Seymour Hoffman & Family Play At Bondi Beach

Philip Seymour Hoffman & Family Play At Bondi Beach

Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Mimi O’Donnell and their three children, Cooper, 7, Tallulah, 3 and Willa, 1 1/2, were spotted having fun at Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia on Friday (September 24).

The family also visited a coffee shop near the popular destination.

The 43-year-old actor recently shared a parenting tip to HollyBaby.com.

“It’s important to tell [your kids] that you love them,” he said. “Don’t assume that they know!”

He added, “I think it’s important that you’re physically affectionate with your children — that they get used to you hugging them and holding their hands,” Philip continued. “Those are the things that are the most important — that they know you’re there and you’re not going anywhere.”

“Get habitual about that,” Philip suggested. Make sure “they’re not concerned or anxious — that they know you’re there!”

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  1. Sophia

    Cooper, Tallulah and Willa are so cute! My sister’s name is Tallulah :)

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  2. Janet

    That they know you’re there and not going anywhere? Why would you do this to your kids and then leave them all behind like they were meaningless? The world doesn’t need fathers who’d willingly take themselves out of the picture. I feel so sad for your children I hope Mimi has the strength to carry on. Of all people you should have known what it’s like to grow up like that.

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  3. Mary

    He didn’t take himself out of the picture! You’re a self-righteous twat, Janet. The man is dead and all you can think to do is dirty his memory and accuse him of treating his kids like they were meaningless. What the hell is wrong with you? He loved his kids and they knew it. That he may have died of a drug overdose does not make his love for them any less. RIP, Philip x

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  4. Grace

    @Janet-@Mary. I have to agree with you both some how. Having struggled myself with addictions, with children yet have overcome. Not to say it could happen to me. A horrible dis-ease which affects millions and many die. So very sad for his children and so very sad for him. It does make me feel angry as he made that choice to fall off the wagon after 23 years sober. It robs, steals and destroys. RIP beautiful man xo

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