Christina Ricci is having a fun-filled spring break with her son, Freddy, at Disneyland
Christina Ricci got the weekend off to an early start, by spending a spring break day with her son, Freddie, at Disneyland.
The 43-year-old actress — who shares eight-year-old son Freddie and one-year-old daughter Cleopatra with ex-husband James Herdegen — took to Instagram on Thursday to share snaps from her fun-filled day.
Richie — who made headlines earlier this month for revealing she nearly got sued for not performing a sex scene a certain way — was all smiles with her eldest child.
“Spring break @disneyland ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️disneyparks,” Richie captioned her multi-picture post.
Richie wore a navy blue blazer over a black T-shirt with a gold chain dangling from her neck for the outing.
Spring break: Christina Ricci got the weekend off to an early start, by spending a spring break day with her son, Freddy, at Disneyland
She tied her hair back and rocked a pair of Minnie Mouse ears as well as oversized black sunglasses.
The actress also wore dark blue jeans for a stroll and picked up a Yves Saint Laurent handbag to complete her look.
Richie’s son Freddy rocked a pair of Mickey Mouse ears adorned with Star Wars blue and red lightsabers.
He also wore an orange Air Jordan jacket with black shorts and black sneakers.
He stood with his mom outside the iconic Star Wars Millennium Falcon near the Millennium Falcon: Smugglers Run Attraction.
Ritchie has been promoting the new season of her popular Showtime series Yellowjackets on The View, revealing that she was nearly sued in her younger years for refusing to perform a sex scene in a certain way.
When asked about how things have improved for actresses in recent years, Richie explained, “It’s really cool. Us older ladies talk about it all the time.
“It’s amazing to see that they don’t necessarily have to go through the things we had to go through,” she added.
Christina’s look: She tied her hair back and rocked a pair of Minnie Mouse ears as well as oversized black sunglasses
“They’re able to say, ‘I don’t want to do this sex scene,'” she said, “I’m not going to be naked.”
“They can set limits for themselves, and we weren’t able to do that,” she continued.
As an example of how bad things used to be, the Addams Family star recalled an excruciating struggle on one of her old projects.
“Someone threatened to sue me once because I didn’t want to do a sex scene in a certain way,” she claimed.
“It has really changed,” she added of the film and television industry.
Earlier in the segment, she said that one of the positive changes in the industry is the decrease in shameful negative coverage of stars.
“Because we’ve changed a lot — well not enough — but the little bits we’ve changed are in the media and society. No one’s really allowed to call you names because you’re fat,” she said.
Co-host Joy Behar thought that was still there, but Christina replied, “You don’t see that often. It used to be the headliner.”
Boundaries: “They can set limits for themselves, we’ve never been able to do that,” she continued