Barbra Streisand's Stepson Josh Brolin Visits Her during Quarantine
77-year-old actress Barbra Streisand recently took to social media to gush over her stepson, Josh Brolin, coming to visit her amid the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Actor Josh Brolin recently went with wife Kathryn Boyd, and their kid, to pay a visit to his father, James and stepmother Barbra Streisand, amid the pandemic.
Streisand, took to Instagram to share a photo of her daughter-in-law, Kathryn, holding an adorable sign from outside their home. The wife of the "Deadpool 2" actor wore a face mask as she posed with the sign which read,
"We [heart] you, GAMMA, and GRAMPA."
The photo was taken from the other side of the window, in observance of social-distance, as recommended by health workers to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The post also included a photo of a wishing well at James' and Barba's home, and it was well-decorated with flowers that bloomed around it.
The singer wrote in the caption, "We are wishing with our hearts and minds for everybody to stay well!" In a 2018 interview, actor Josh Brolin talked about his stepmother Barbra's reaction towards his expected child with his wife, Kathryn.
Streisand and her stepson's daughter appeared to have bonded almost immediately.
He explained that she was profoundly interested in the child's well being and followed every stage in his conception, closely.
The "No Country For Old Men" actor described her attitude in anticipation of their baby as "annoying but in a really great way." Brolin, who admitted to liking Barbra's enthusiasm, added that she was,
"like every typical Jewish grandmother who is saturated by this event."
Brolin and Boyd welcomed their daughter, Westlyn, in the fall of 2018. Streisand and her stepson's daughter appeared to have bonded almost immediately.
Streisand, who's a garden fiend, has an Instagram channel dedicated to her green thumb pursuit. She sometimes features her husband of 21 years, ace actor James Brolin in some clips.
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