Arnold Schwarzenegger's son isn't a child anymore. Now he's a handsome 24-year-old actor

Rodolfo Vieira
Apr 20, 2018
02:53 A.M.
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In general, parents want their children to be as successful as possible, and they are willing to help them accomplish their goals in any way they can.


Recently, on March 22, 2018, Patrick Schwarzenegger saw one of his dreams come true right before his eyes. The star showed up to the premiere of Midnight Sun, his first film as the leading man, with his family.

Although his father, Arnold Schwarzenegger wasn't, able to be present due to being in Australia, his mother, Maria Schriver, and sisters, Christina and Kathrine Schwarzenegger, were there to show their support, as reported by ET Online.

It is always special for young actors and actresses to see their names appear on the big screen as part of the main cast, but it is also an emotional moment for their families.


Schriver, who wore a leopard-print dress for the occasion, revealed that she was very proud of her son, which helped her feel that she had done a great job raising him.

According to the source, the 24-year-old's younger brother, Christopher Schwarzenegger, 20, couldn't attend the screening due to his tight school schedule, but their mother said that the bond between her children was very strong.


The mother-of-four couldn't help but admit that it brought her great joy seeing her boys and girls 'together and happy,' which contributed to her sense of accomplishment.

"They're four really great human beings and I like that they all support each other with whatever they're doing. So that's a really great thing,"

Maria Schriver, ET Online, March 22, 2018

The Midnight Sun star was also joined by his girlfriend, Abby Champion, who proudly posed for the cameras next to him. Justin Bieber too made a rare appearance to support his friend.

Patrick appreciated the fact that Bieber had shown up to the premier, saying that he was a 'great guy,' and that he was lucky to be able to have the pop singer as a close friend.