November 15, 2020
Josh Brolin's youngest daughter recently celebrated a milestone birthday, and the acclaimed actor could not resist giving her bundle of joy a special shout-out on social media.
On November 3, Josh Brolin AKA Thanos took to Instagram to pay tribute to his youngest daughter, Westlyn, while celebrating her exceptional achievement.
Along with a charming photo of his daughter, Brolin sweetly wrote: "Bean. In two years, you have transformed this family. With a look … a plethora of them."
The 52-year-old actor called Westlyn his "Medal of Honor," "gold star," and "Olympic win." He lauded his little girl for having a soul that sparkles like she has been here a hundred times before.
"Every day you become us, and, in your presence, we slowly sink into you," Brolin added. "A laugh is an earthquake of joy, and your tears lacerate me to the bone."
The actor shares his daughter with his third wife, model Kathryn Boyd, with whom he tied the knot in September 2016. Boyd is also Brolin's former assistant.
Brolin went on to express gratitude toward Westlyn for being a part of their family. He concluded his heartwarming post by writing that they are blessed to know the little girl and that he loves her very much.
Despite the fact that Brolin loves being the father of Westlyn, he and his better half are preparing to welcome another child into their family, according to Closer Weekly.
Brolin discovered his passion for acting when he was still in high school.
Back in July, Brolin and Boyd announced that they were expanding their family. The actor popped the question to Boyd, who is 20 years his junior, in March 2015.
Aside from Westlyn, Brolin is also a doting father to Trevor and Eden. He shares the two with his first wife, actress Alice Adair, according to Closer Weekly.
Eden also made a name for herself in the show business. Meanwhile, before walking down the aisle with Boyd, Brolin married actress Diane Lane in August 2004.
The former couple called it quits in 2013. At the present time, nothing is more significant than his role as a father, even though Brolin may be occupied with his career.
Brolin discovered his passion for acting when he was still in high school. He then pursued a career in acting, and in 1985, his film debut came, starring in "Goonies."
Brolin made his first foray into television shows in 1987. The actor was picked to star in the short-lived historical crime drama "Private Eye." He starred in the series opposite actor Michael Woods.