Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 24 April 2014

McConaughey’s family home is ‘circus’

Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves

Matthew McConaughey equates his and wife Camila Alves’ family home to a “circus” with their three small children running around doing crazy things constantly.

The 43-year-old actor shares son Levi, four, daughter Vida, three, and second son Livingston, four months, with his supermodel wife Camila Alves.

Matthew is enjoying all the chaos going on in the dwelling at the moment.

He relishes all the memories the brood is creating.

“It’s a wonderful time and I got a wonderful woman,” he said during an interview on American TV variety programme the Late Show with David Letterman.

“It’s a circus at the house, but it’s fun. She’s the ringleader of that circus!”

Matthew’s children are all expressing their creativity in unique ways.

The star has fun surmising what profession his tykes will take on when they grow up.

“We’ve got Levi, he’s going to be an astronaut. He loves building airports all night long in the living room,” he gushed.

“I get home from work, say 6 p.m. … Levi’s building an airport, hanging things from the ceiling fan.

“Vida … has gone to her room and it’s a fashion show. It’s about eight different forms of dress and undress and headbands and angel wings and different shoes.

“Livingston‘s not doing that yet, he’s not moving around much.”

Although the family is getting along “pretty good so far”, Matthew anticipates pandemonium in the future.

“It’s true that third [baby] is not like you just added 33 and a third per cent more — you added about 133 per cent more [chaos] with that third [baby],” he laughed.

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