Charlize Theron: Jackson “Freaked Out” On A Commercial Flight

He may be just 6 months old, but it seems that Charlize Theron's son Jackson is already used to the finer things in life... at least when it comes to air travel!

Speaking to UK talk show host Graham Norton, the Monster star revealed that her adorable baby boy has been a great traveler - until it came time to take him on a commercial flight.

He may be just 6 months old, but it seems that Charlize Theron‘s son Jackson is already used to the finer things in life… at least when it comes to air travel!

Speaking to UK talk show host Graham Norton, the Monster star revealed that her adorable baby boy has been a great traveler – until it came time to take him on a commercial flight.

“There has been a lot of traveling and stuff and he came with me on tour and did the whole of Europe and Japan. We were really spoilt and went everywhere by private jet,” Charlize says. “I want to keep him humble so I told this newborn, ‘This is not the norm’ – and he did great until we took the first commercial flight and he just freaked out!”

Mom and son have been criss-crossing the globe as Charlize promotes her latest film Snow White and the Huntsman.

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  1. Adrienne

    Smh

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  2. Anonymous

    yay another photo opportunity

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  3. Anonymous

    I really don’t get the “keeping him humble” thing. This child will have the best of everything. He will likely never know a 9-5 job, scrubbing a toilet, driving a used car, not going to college because he can’t afford it, renting rather than owning, a local GP vs a specialist doctor, etc. etc. etc. How can you expect someone raised in that kind of environment to be “humble” about private vs commercial travel?

    (Just for clarification, I’m not suggesting he’s going to be a spoiled adult with a sense of entitlement who doesn’t have any ambition and just parties all the time.)

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    • Scooter

      “the best of everything” does not mean happiness. There are blessings in struggle and hard work, but I believe the majority of us would give our children the world if we could afford it.

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    • Anonymous

      (Just for clarification, I’m not suggesting he’s going to be a spoiled adult with a sense of entitlement who doesn’t have any ambition and just parties all the time.) – This sounds like Kimberly Stewart LOL

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    • Anonymous

      Just because he has money doesn’t mean he won’t ever work for things later in life.
      I’ve never been the daughter of a millionaire celebrity, but I’ve been to the best privite schools and university, had nannies and maids all my life. Not rich, but a good life. Yet when I turned 18 I started working, getting minimum wage hours. I moved to another city, worked, cleaned the kitchen, the toilet, the room, cooked. And I’m very glad I did it all. And I can honestly say that there’s nothing better than making your own money, even if your parents can give you everything.

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  4. NYC Mommy

    She better be careful of him “freaking” out on commercial flights when he is a bit older. I read an article about Alaskan Airlines kicking a 3 year old off the plane because he freaked out and refused to put on his seat belt. Regardless, pretty sure she flew first class on her commercial jet which is not the NORM. if she wants him to feel like the rest of the world FLY COACH. ha ha

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  5. Scooter

    Get a sense of humor. She was obviously joking.

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