'Westworld's Thandie Newton & Husband of 2 Decades Have 2 Stunning Daughters

Kareena Koirala
Jun 02, 2019
10:46 A.M.
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Everybody knows how breathtakingly beautiful Thandie Newton is and she has passed down those good genes to her daughters as well. The actress is a proud mother of two gorgeous daughters, Ripley and Nico, and a loving wife to her husband, Ol Parker. 

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Newton’s daughters are like mini versions of herself! Their striking resemblance between Newton and her daughter is something that does not go unnoticed. 

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Thandie shared a snapshot of her herself with her husband and two daughters ahead of the “Mama Mia! Here We Go Again” premiere in London on July 16 on Instagram. Good looks definitely run in the family!

NICO’S ACTING CAREER

Following in on her mother’s footsteps, Nico started her acting career with her first film role in the live-action remake of “Dumbo”. 

Thandie's family in London on July 16, 2019 | Source: Getty Images

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In an interview with Ryan Seacrest at the 2019 Golden Globes, Thandie opened up about her daughter’s acting career. 

“She’s definitely taking her own path but yeah, she’s acting. She was 12 when she made 'Dumbo,' the live-action movie that’s been beautifully directed by Tim Burton. She’s now 14, the movie has obviously taken a couple of years, because of CGI and so on.”

Thandie with her husband Ol Parker and daughter Nico | Source: Getty Images

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The happy mother shared that she is proud of her daughter. With a supportive mother like Thandie, Nico is bound to touch the skies. 

EXPERIENCING HARASSMENT IN THE INDUSTRY

Previously, Thandie opened up about how Hollywood treated her after she shared her experience of sexual abuse in the movie industry. In an interview with Marie Claire, the actress shared how a director asked her to do a very intimate thing during auditions. 

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When she called out the director for his illicit behavior, Thandie was avoided by the industry and even her peers, who did not want to associate with her. She revealed:

“I was very aware of the climate of sexual abuse that was going on around me, so I became the person you didn’t want to hire because I would call it out.'"

The actress founded the Time’s Up movement in January 2018 to provide legal assistance to the victims of harassment. 

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