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As a father of three girls, Matt Damon is clearly in touch with his feminine side. At no time is the 38-year-old actor’s “testosterone deficit” more apparent, however, than when he is spending time with his brother.
“I sit there and play princesses with my daughter, and I never told her anything about a princess, ever,” he noted during a recent appearance on Late Show with David Letterman. “Whereas I go to my brother’s house, and he’s got two boys…I walk in the front door, and I instantly get punched in the nuts.”
“You know, we’ll call each other…he lives in Boston. He’ll say, ‘Hey, what are you doing?’ [I'll say] ‘I’m playing princesses, man, what are you doing?’ He’s like, ‘I’m in the emergency room again.’ They know him there. [He'll say,] ‘The older one hit the younger one in the head with a guitar. It was an accident.’”
Because he grew up without a sister, Matt admits that he often finds himself in uncharted territory. “It’s great, but it’s really different…so I’m kind of relearning everything,” he explains. “I mean, boys and girls are just different. A lot of people have written books about this; I’m not telling you anything you don’t know.”
Matt and wife Luciana are parents to Gia Zavala, 13 months, Isabella, 3, and Alexia, 11. His new movie The Informant! hits theaters Friday.
Source: Late Show with David Letterman