Julia Fox is giving lectures to people today, along with “life hacks” advice on raising children.
The “Uncut Gems” star took to TikTok to post videos about parenting strategies, in which she revealed that her 19-month-old son Valentino doesn’t care about his toys but appears to be interested in what she is doing.
Fox gave her message while lying in bed in a white shirt:
“I suggest that everyone buy their kid a mini-mop and mini-broom…”
And to begin teaching kids life skills at a young age.
She even explained that once the children learned these skills, their parents would never have to worry about their child fitting into the “real” world and being unable to “outsource for everything.”
She added that it will assist them in learning:
“how to do things for themselves…”
which she feels that’s really important.
Fox, the mother of Valentino, whom she shares with an ex-husband who may or may not be a private pilot, learns this hack by interacting with her own child.
Following the actress’s “life hacks,” Fox also posted a series of photos that combined to create a video about her “past” life, which everyone adores.
Fox’s previous life as a happy-go-lucky girl can be seen in thirteen consecutive photos.
Fox appears in the video as a girl who consumes alcohol and smokes. In addition, the video summarized her abilities: she can be sassy yet badass, and she can be simple yet playful.
Fans were quick to comment on the video, claiming that she has natural beauty, that she is unique, and that she is the “original tumbler icon.”
Meanwhile, #Perfect Magazine has revealed their NDFW cover, which features Fox who is topless and spitting water.
Fox appears to be a wild woman in a teaser video shared by the magazine outlet, biting a teddy bear with red color on the body that appears to be blood.
Though fans of the actress are excited to see this Issue 3, it is now sold out and there is no word on when it will be available again as of this writing.
According to the #PerfectMagazine outlet, Issue 3 will be released in September (next month), and copies will not be distributed until the issue is released.