Adoring Grandma Susan Sarandon Can't Stop Gushing About Her Grandkids And Their Extraordinary Gifts
When Susan Sarandon became a grandma for the first time in 2014, she made it clear that she had no intention of helping her daughter figure out motherhood.
She's a 'bad' grandma!
The actress was not being selfish. If anything, her unusual decision was in complete support of her daughter, Eva Amurri Martino, whom she praised for being opinionated. Sarandon said she expected her daughter to learn by trial and error.
The one thing she was excited about, however, was her new role as grandma. She planned to spoil the new baby silly.
She announced that she was ready to go against her daughter when it came to spoiling her grandkids.
What are her grandkids like?
These days, Sarandon has her hands full of grandchildren to spoil and she's having the time of her life. The 72-year-old is now a grandma to Marlowe Martino, 4, and Major Martino, who turns 2 in October. And she says they're divine.
In a recent interview with Closer Weekly while attending the inaugural Together heart Gala in she gushed about Marlowe's comic streak saying the little girl was growing into a fearless young woman.
Major got props from grandma too for his fascination with fixing up people's hair and clean.
They don't call her grandma
Eva, also present at the event shared the sweetest little detail, revealing that the kids do not call Sarandon grandma, but "Honey." Awww.
Sarandon may not have been very forthcoming with parenting advice to Eva, but she is full of praise for her daughter, whom she called a responsible mom in an interview on James Corden's The Late Late Show. She sure raised a good one.
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