Tobey Maguire & Kids: Day At The Museum

Tobey Maguire & Kids: Day At The Museum

Tobey Maguire and his two children Ruby, 5, and Otis, nearly 3, went to the Children’s Museum of the Arts in New York City on Friday (May 4). A female friend – possibly their nanny – accompanied them on the journey out. Mom Jennifer Meyer wasn’t with them. Ruby looks so much like dad!

Whether it’s in New York or at their home in L.A. – the family will surely be celebrating Otis’ birthday this coming Tuesday.

Jennifer – a successful jewelry designer – once talked about how becoming a mom affected her outlook on her own personal style.

She said, “I have always loved to dress comfortably, but I have the most fun getting dressed up when my daughter is helping me. I tend to push my limits more and throw on a pair of heels really just to impress her.”

She also said she loves living in Los Angeles stating, “My whole family is here. The beach. The weather. The people. The food. I could go on and on.”

Regarding Tobey’s next project – he’ll be seen in the upcoming movie The Great Gatsby - due out in December. He plays Nick Carraway – who is drawn into Jay Gatsby’s world.

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Filed under: Otis Maguire,Ruby Sweetheart Maguire,Tobey Maguire

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  1. Anonymous

    Why does their son look like a girl or more importantly why do they want him to look like a girl?

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    • Anonymous

      Maybe becasue they don’t see it that way, just because you associate long hair with being a girl dose’t mean everyone dose.

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    • Anonymous

      Is that really how your tiny little mind works? Long hair = girl? How sad for you!

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    • Anonymous

      they want him to look like a girl because he’s gonna be gay when he grows up!!!! he is looking more like a girl lately it’s sooo obvious they want him to look like a GAY!!!

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