Jimmy Fallon's beautiful daughter enjoys most extravagant birthday party ever
In a candid chat, the proud father of now 5-year-old Winnie revealed that the birthday party featured a petting zoo, a band and more.
The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon host recently spared a few minutes for a quick chat with E! Online, and he went from talking about a segment on his show to his adorable daughter Winnie.
Winnie turned five last Monday, and as shared by Fallon, the birthday celebrations were a grand affair. The father-of-two revealed the highlights of the day, adding that he and his wife took every effort to make it memorable.
The comedy star suggested that the previous birthdays did not have to be very grand since they would leave no mark on his toddler’s memory.
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Fallon stated that the fifth birthday would probably be the first one little Winnie would remember, which made the occasion an even more significant one.
For instance, there had to be effort put into picking a birthday cake of Winnie’s choice. Additionally, the parents also arranged for a band and a petting zoo as part of the party.
Looking back at his childhood, Fallon quipped that his birthdays had never been as extravagant as Winnie’s recent one. He revealed that his way of celebrating his birthday was rather low-key.
Fallon shared that as a child, he would go out to a McDonald’s outlet for a treat with his few chosen friends, and that would be the highlight of the day.
Given the simplicity of his own birthday celebrations, he added that the bash he threw for Winnie was a big one, and he hoped that Winnie would never forget the day.
The former SNL star also revealed that he and his wife were excited to know what element of the party Winnie loved the most.
However, her daughter’s response was totally unexpected. Despite all the lavish party attractions, Winnie seemed to have loved their time at their home pool the most.He also spoke about the 'Summer Reads' segment on his show, adding that the winning book of the contest, titled Children of Blood and Bone, which portrayed girl power, had special meaning to him as a father of two daughters.