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Jordana Brewster: 'My three-year-old has an awful potty mouth'

Published 22/09/2016

Jordana Brewster
Jordana Brewster

The naughty little tyke is the best big brother to his infant sibling.

Actress Jordana Brewster is concerned about her little boy's excessive use of curse words.

The Fast and the Furious star shares sons Julian, three, and Rowan, three months, with her producer husband Andrew Form, and as her eldest enters preschool, she is terrified he might use bad language while communicating with his peers and teachers.

“Julian drops the F bomb a lot,” she explained during an appearance on U.S. TV show Late Night with Seth Meyers. “I’m a New Yorker, so I have a potty mouth and my husband’s constantly telling me, ‘Jordana, you have to clean it up'.

"I’m so petrified what’s going to come out of his mouth, what he’s going to say... My dad says, 'What the f**k?’ a lot. And Julian started saying that a lot."

But, despite his inappropriate use of foul language, Jordana is actually impressed with how her three-year-old is phrasing his sentences at such an early age.

“I do have to give my son credit because he does use it in context - and in the correct context,” she clarifies.

Jordana is convinced little Julian is a man trapped in a kid's body - as well as his use of curse words, the lad also has a huge crush on DC Comics superhero character Wonder Woman.

"He’s obsessed with Wonder Woman - like, in love with her," she smiles. "He’s very adult. I hired Wonder Woman, Spiderman and Batman to come to his birthday party... (and) he was very shy around her; he was like a little gentleman. And then later he regretted that he didn’t hug her. So he wants a redo.”

Meanwhile, Julian is becoming the perfect older brother for his baby brother.

“He’s been really good,” Jordana explained. "He’s been very, very sweet. He asks for his baby."

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