Celebrities who support gender fluidity as Emma Willis is praised for breaking stereotypes with her son
Emma has been commended for challenging gender stereotypes by posting a photo of her eight year old son Ace looking super stylish in a pink crop top, blue jeans, pink trainers and sporting long blonde hair. Emma, who also shares Isabelle, 11, and Trixie, four, with Matt Willis, wrote: "My little style icon (Ace, not Matt) #acedit". Many people praised his fashion choices including AJ Odudu who she works with on The Voice. She gushed: "The level of style we can only aspire to."
Gwen’s sons Kingston, 14, Apollo, 12, and Zuma, six, have been encouraged to express themselves by their mum. The elder boys were often pictured wearing nail varnish when they were younger and she said at the time: "It’s one of those things where, it’s not like I don’t think about it, but they’re used to being around me, and I’m always doing my hair, makeup, nails. It’s just normal for them. What I like to say is that being unique and original is what makes me happy, and I think that rubs off on them."
Singer Paloma, only revealed that her three-year-old child was female this year. She previously said: "I’m not in denial of gender but I have absolutely no problem if my child grows up not feeling an affinity with the gender they were born with. It’s important to me they’re given all the opportunities to be the person they want to be."
Emmerdale actress Charley Webb and husband Matthew Wolfenden have previously been questioned on their elder sons Buster, 10, and four year old Buster’s long hair, which he has since cut. She said: "I get asked so many times on here why my kids have got long hair. ‘Why don’t you cut it?’ Or, ‘they look like girls’. The answer is really simple, because we like it and more importantly they like it." Charley, who also has one-year-old son Ace, continued: "It’s not important to us what you think of how our kids look. Or how we look. Or their names or whatever it is you might want to comment on."
Ahead of the birth of his first child Mabel, three, with wife Laura Brand, Russell said: "I may not even impose a gender upon it, let the child grow up and be whatever the hell it is.”
When his daughter arrived she cemented his feelings. "I have re-evaluated the way that I unconsciously looked at gender, because now I’ve got a daughter I think ‘wow, I don’t necessarily need to dress her in clothes that are indicative of her gender’," the comedian said. "Why would you? I’ve become quite sensitive to that and aware of it."
Adele’s son Angelo, eight, dressed as Anna from Frozen for a trip to Disneyland in 2016. She has also said: "I can’t wait to know who his best friends are going to be, who his girlfriend or his boyfriend is going to be or what movies he likes. Whatever my kid wants to do or be I will always support him no matter what."
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