So Chic! Matthew McConaughey’s Family Joins Him at Walk of Fame
The McConaugheys sense of style is seriously out of this world.
Interstellar actor Matthew McConaughey brought along his biggest supporters — wife Camila and kids Levi, 6, Vida, 4½, and Livingston, 2 next month — to the Monday unveiling of his star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.
And it was a true family affair: Almost everyone from the man of honor to his youngest mini me dressed in duds from Dolce & Gabbana.
Matthew, 45, wore a bone cotton three-piece suit while Camila wowed in a blue brocade cotton dress. But it was their three little ones that stole the show: Levi in Appaman‘s Mod Suit ($150) and Standard Shirt ($51), Vida and her floral cotton dress ($1,050) and Livingston in his navy two-button suit.
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Camila and the kids waited while Matthew’s star was revealed, but before long Levi joined his famous father for a few pictures.
And once Vida led Livingston by the hand to stand with her big brother and dad, a proud Camila was convinced to join the group for a family photo.
This isn’t the first time Levi and Vida have supported the actor at an event, but it isn’t exactly how Matthew once envisioned their upbringing.
“Years ago, before I had children — and I always knew I wanted to have children — I thought, ‘When I have children, I don’t think I want to raise them around this industry. I don’t think I want to have them engaged in this industry. I want to move off somewhere and have them outside of it,’ ” he said while being honored at the American Cinematheque’s 28th annual awards in October.
“I can happily and honorably say … I so love having my children engaged in what we do, and meeting the people that we get to work with.”
And Matthew can always count Camila in on any of his adventures — even if it means packing up their crew and taking their lives temporarily on the road.
“When I go to work, she says, ‘All right, kiddos, we’re all going.’ No discussion. She has things she does in her own life that she’s willing to drop, put in second place,” he shared.
“[She says,] ‘You’re the primary bread winner … We’re going with you. This is your career. We’re going.’ That’s a huge privilege.”
— Anya Leon with reporting by Scott Huver