British actress Kate beckinsale says he hasn’t seen his daughter in two years due to COVID-19.
Opening up to Living with Kelly and Ryan earlier this week, the 47-year-old Shake Star revealed that she has been unable to see her 22-year-old daughter Lily Mo Sheen due to the pandemic and associated lockdowns. Look up.
“I haven’t seen my daughter in two years for everything. Also, I went to work in Canada and she couldn’t come to see me,” Beckinsale said.
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“Two years without seeing your son is the most absurd thought.”
Beckinsale shares Lily, who is also an actress, with her 52-year-old ex Michael Sheen of Good omens. The duo were together from 1995 to 2003.
Sheen also shares a one-year-old daughter, Lyra, with his girlfriend Anna Lundberg.
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Beckinsale said she and Lily have been FaceTiming during the pandemic.
“Thank goodness for FaceTime and all that, but we’re both panicking because we’re going to look really old,” he said.
Although Lily is 22 years old, Beckinsale jokes that she actually “looks like eight”, although apparently Lily is concerned that Beckinsale will think she looks old, to which Beckinsale told her that she will look old herself.
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Beckinsale then opened up about her daughter, who is scheduled to appear in her first lead role as Nicolas Cagethe daughter of The unbearable weight of massive talent, which is in post-production and will be released next year.
“She made her first movie last year, she plays Nicolas Cage’s daughter,” she said. Pearl harbor said the actress.
“She’s on the go. It’s pretty scary. I said, ‘Be a doctor,’ and then this happened.”
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