Jamie Lee Curtis reveals that her youngest daughter Ruby is transgender

Jamie Lee Curtis reveals that her youngest daughter Ruby is transgender
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A woman (actress Jamie Lee Curtis) with short gray hair, wearing a yellow evening gown, stands in front of a black microphone.
Jamie Lee Curtis speaks onstage at the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton and broadcast on February 28, 2021 in Beverly Hills, California Rich Polk/NBCU via Getty Images
  • In an interview with AARP, actress Jamie Lee Curtis revealed that her youngest child is transgender.

  • Ruby, 25, is also getting married next year - and Curtis is going to officiate the wedding.

  • Curtis said she and her husband "have watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby."

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In a new profile with AARP, Jamie Lee Curtis reflected on how her life these days feels like a "constant metamorphosis." She also revealed that one of her children is transgender.

"With her younger child's permission, Curtis reveals that she and [her husband] 'have watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby,'" the AARP profile reads.

"She and her fiancé will get married next year at a wedding that I will officiate," Curtis said.

Ruby, the youngest daughter of Curtis and husband Christopher Guest, is 25 years old and works as a "computer gaming editor." Their oldest daughter, Annie, is a 34-year-old dance instructor.

The AARP profile notes that Curtis "began to scale down her acting career to devote more time to raising her two children" in the mid-90s. In recent years, Curtis has appeared in more blockbuster movies again. She reprised her role as Laurie Strode in the 2018 "Halloween" sequel, and also costarred in 2019's hit murder-mystery movie "Knives Out."

Curtis shared the AARP cover on her Instagram page and added a lengthy caption about how happy she felt about this creative time in her life, and for the success of her philanthropic company (a nonprofit called My Hand In Yours).

"[I'm] happy that my family is safe and flourishing," she added.

You can read the full AARP interview here.

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