Jessica Biel had the time of her life during a theme park day out with her oldest son, Silas, and when she shared photos, fans were amazed.
The actress had an amazing time with her seven-year-old boy who she took to Disneyland for an adventure.
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She shared a video and photos on Instagram, much to the delight of her followers who couldn't believe how tall he was.
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While Jessica didn't show Silas' face, she did post a snapshot of him with her arm around his shoulders as they watched the Storm Troopers. Despite his age, he wasn't too far from shoulder height.
She captioned the selection of images: "Fully just turned into one of the kids yesterday at @disneyland. Thanks to our guides Julio and Matty for the best day @disneyparks."
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Fans thanked her for sharing insight into her day out and her husband, Justin Timberlake, weighed in with some heart emojis too.
Jessica treated her children to a day at Disneyland
There were comments such as: "Love you guys," and, "growing up fast," while others remarked on their "beautiful family".
Jessica recently revealed that she feels constant pressure to be perfect all the time, which is made harder because she's in the spotlight.
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The actress, who is starring in the hit new Hulu series, Candy, spoke as she drew parallels between her own life and that of Candy Montgomery, the woman in the mid 1980s who was accused of murdering her neighbor in cold blood.
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Suggesting that there are "so many things that [Candy is] experiencing" that women in particular have gone through, Jessica continued: "This feeling that you have to be perfect all the time, and you have to look a certain way, and you have to be the best mom and the coolest mom and the best wife and have the perfect party house."
Jessica then shared that in her own family she has seen the women portray a version of life where "everything is fabulous all the time," and "where you just put a smile on everything".
She added: "I do that in my life, and I'm working really hard to not do that. I'm working really hard to be really authentic."
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