Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw were seen walking with their 18-year-old daughter Destry and her boyfriend in Portofino, Italy on Saturday (August 1). The family have been enjoying their stay for a few days.
Even on vacation Spielberg still couldn’t stop filming! The 69-year-old director kept his video camera close by.
The couple’s other two biological children are Sasha, 25, and Sawyer, 23. They also raised Jessica Capshaw, 38, Max Spielberg, 30, Theo, 26 and Mikaela, 19, together.
Spielberg’s next project is Bridge of Spies. The movie stars Tom Hanks and will hit theaters on October 16, 2015.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum looked gorgeous at the 5th annual Celebration of Dance Gala at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, Calif. on Saturday (August 1). The pair say they are ready to give 2-year-old Everly a sibling.
E! News asked Jenna about the possibility of more children after she said Channing was an “amazing father.”
The 34-year-old said, “Yeah, yeah! I don’t know when, but we definitely want to.”
The actress performed with dancer and choreographer Travis Wall at the event. They also are going to perform their dance on the So You Think You Can Dance? season 12 finale.
Jenna also mentioned Channing’s Vanity Fair article in which he called her “a super mom.”
“It made me feel really, really good. I love our daughter so much, she is literally the light of my life. I am with her all the time. It is the source in everything that life is about to me, so to have him say that is really sweet!”
She added of Everly, “She’s got a good ten moves she does over and over. Right now, she can’t get enough of that Ed Sheeran ‘Thinking Out Loud’ video, so she says, ‘Mommy, Mommy slow dance,’ and puts her arms up and sways like they do in the video. She definitely loves it.”
Recently Lopez shared the family’s summer vacation plans.
He revealed, “We’re going to Puerto Vallarta with my sister and her kids. Altogether, it will be seven kids. We’ve been taking my children to Mexico every year since they were born. Knowing where their culture and language are from is important, and we still have family there. The kids have these funny passports; we had to hold their heads up for the pictures because they couldn’t do it yet.”