Julia Roberts' Teenage Son, Henry, Makes Rare Appearance Skateboarding On 14th Birthday
Julia Roberts' children are rarely seen, but the Pretty Woman actress made an exception for one of them on their birthday.
Roberts and Danny Moder's youngest kid turned 14 years old last week. To commemorate the monumental moment, the Academy Award winner allowed her husband to share a rare video showing their teenager Henry shredding.
Taking to his social media, the proud dad showcased their son's skateboarding skills.
In the video, the scarcely-seen teen looked like the spitting image of his famous mom and dad.
Henry is an avid skater, which was evident by his gear.
Wearing a beige RVCA t-shirt and black jeans, Henry sported a hat that read, "Steve," showing he's got the skateboarder look down pat.
"Turning 14…. turning in the air…summers turn. Ya Henry," Moder captioned the video of their kid.
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Showing off his talents, Roberts' teenaged son made watchers gasp when he got close to the camera.
Henry couldn't help but flash his beautiful baby blues or his long, dirty blonde hair.
Moder's followers immediately lost it over their resemblance.
"Spitting image, chip off the ol block," one person wrote. "Mini-me! Happy Birthday!" shared a second trilled fan. "He is your twin!" posted another.
Henry isn't their only son.
Roberts and Moder, who are gearing up to celebrate 19-years of marriage next month, are also parents to 16-year-old twins -- son, Phinnaeus, and daughter, Hazel.
Julia Roberts tried to downplay her fame when speaking to Oprah Winfrey, claiming her kids just look at her as Mom.
"I don't think they will ever have a true sense of that," she told the talk show queen in 2018 when asked if her children had wrapped their heads around the fact their mom is one of the world's biggest celebrities.
"I think I told you once when they were starting to figure it out, it was like, 'You're famous?' And I said, 'I think a lot of people might have seen the movie that I'm in or might know who I am.' Maybe an hour goes by. 'Are you more famous than Taylor Swift?'" she joked.