Fantasizing about Father’s Day! Sterling K. Brown, Sean Lowe and more famous parents share their ideal holiday celebrations exclusively with Us weekly.
“My wife, [Ryan Michelle Bathe,] last year he did something so wonderful, “the We are star 45 says U.S. “Like, we had brunch together. I had the opportunity to eat my favorite food with French toast. And then he took the children [Andrew and Amaré,] and I went home and watched TV and it was a real treat. That’s all I really need, just a little time and a little solitude. “
The actor goes on to say that Father’s Day is a “respite” and notes, “I try to keep busy. [It] will be welcome this year. “
Little Missouri natives “totally understand” what their father does, he adds. “My youngest son asked me the other day if it could be [on] a tv screen with me one day. I said, ‘That’s something we can talk about, but it’s totally fine.’ My oldest son loves to tease me mercilessly because he will see people come up and say, ‘Oh, I love this show.’ I love your job. ‘And I say,’ Thank you. ‘ And you will only see your friends on the soccer team. He’s like, ‘This happens all the time. Very annoying. ‘”
Brown jokes that Andrew has “finished [his acting career] and grateful for it at the same time. “
As for Lowe, 37, the ex-bachelor would love to “hang around the house” with his wife, Catherine Giudiciand their three children, Samuel, 4, Isaiah, 3, and Mia, 17 months, for Father’s Day this year.
“We are so busy”, Bachelorette party alum explains to U.S. “I don’t need much. I don’t want gifts. Catherine has started the tradition of getting t-shirts with children’s faces, like, [from] Walgreens. And I love them because I’ll be wearing them to the gym and getting tons of compliments. So I like that. “
Giudici, 35, chimed in that one of Lowe’s Father’s Day requirements is skipping shopping.
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