The Hollywood actress Jessica Biel and singer cum songwriter Justin Timberlake are usually quite private about their kids. but for this Christmas Biel made an exception. Biel shared on Instagram a beautiful glimpse of her life with Justin and her sons Silas and Phineas.
“Thankful for my guys,” Biel added the caption as she wished her fans and followers on Christmas. she further posted on her Instagram “Merry Christmas, everybody!!”
In the beautiful two photos that the actress shared, the family of four can be seen taking a walk along a picturesque landscape around their home with Biel carrying their youngest son baby Phineas who is just turning16 months old. Their son Silas 6, can be seen walking alongside his parents in black and white printed hoodies and tracks.
.Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake kept the family attire casual for the outing, making sure everyone was bundled up from the chilly winter weather. She was wearing a grey-colored overcoat jacket and sneakers, while her husband was also in a thick black jacket paired with outing pants.
Biel and Timberlake had decided to keep the news of their pregnancy with son Phineas to themselves until she gave birth to the baby in January. During an episode of Dax Shephard’s Armchair Podcast, via EOnline, when she was asked about it, the actress had shared that they didn’t intentionally keep the news a secret.
“I had, like, a secret COVID baby,” she laughed. “It wasn’t like it was supposed to be a secret. It just COVID happened, and then I went to Montana with my family and never left.”
Because of the covid situation, Jessica said that she wasn’t sure if Justin would even be allowed to be in the hospital room with her to witness Phineas’ birth. But luckily, he was ultimately able to be there for their special moment and support his wife during her labor.
She said that because of the covid threats there were so many restrictions and because of the changed hospital rules and regulations, there came a moment in which no one was allowed to get into the hospital with the patient
She said that she was under so much stress at that time. She says “And there was a moment there that there was nobody allowed at all and I was getting nervous about that situation. But yes, he was allowed. I think if I had to be there alone, that would have been horrible. I would have been really scared.”
Biel and Timberlake rarely share private photos of their children on social media. Before the birth of Phineas, Biel wrote on Instagram a heartfelt note for Justin on the occasion of Father’s Day. “To the dad who not only protects and provides but most importantly, PLAYS, and puts up with all our shenanigans. And teaches and guides and comforts and accepts and respects. Being a dad can sometimes be a thankless job, but today we hope you know how important you are in our lives. We love you forever and ever and a day. Love mom and Silas,”
When the media asked her about the feelings of the mother of two boys she replied to the question with a smile. “Someone said to me, ‘Two is like having a thousand.’ And that’s exactly what it feels like,” Jessica said. “The balance of everything is very different and super hard. But I agree. I mean, it’s amazing. It’s so interesting. It’s so funny. The conversations I’m having now with my 6-year-old are so cool. Like, he’s a real person saying the funniest stuff and he’s so sensitive and tender. It’s just so interesting to see that part of it happen and the little one is just cute as hell.”
Jessica has also been busy with her latest show Cruel Summer, which she executive produced and released earlier this year. In every interview, people keep asking her about how she would feel if her kids followed in their parents’ famous footsteps and entered show business. She had indeed a quick answer for this question and reflects the parenting style she is going to have for her children.
“My knee-jerk reaction is ‘Oh god, no. Please no.'” she said. “But then I look at these kids and I’m like, ‘Oh s–t, they’re probably going to be musical. What are we going to do? Like, not let them play the piano or not let them take a voice lesson if that’s their passion?’…I don’t want to be that parent to stifle a dream. But man, if my kid would just be like, ‘Let’s go learn about corn in Iowa,’ [I’d be like], ‘Great.’ I would so much rather them be an engineer or something.