Jamie Lee Curtis congratulates ‘movie daughter’ on birth of her baby
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Jamie Lee Curtis has celebrated her 'movie daughter' Lindsay Lohan after the Parent Trap star welcomed her first child.
Later, Lohan had to play Tess, in Anna's body. It's all very confusing, but I'd highly recommend the movie, if you haven't seen it already.
Anyway, the point is that Curtis and Lohan had to be close in the film, and two decades on Curtis proved they still have a good relationship as she celebrated the news that Lohan had become a mom.
Lohan has welcomed a baby boy named Luai, which is an Arabic name meaning 'shield or protector', with her husband Bader Shammas.
A representative said: "Lindsay Lohan and her Financier husband, Bader Shammas, welcomed a beautiful, healthy son named Luai. The family is over the moon in love."
After hearing the news, Curtis took to Instagram to share pictures of herself and Lohan, including one from Freaky Friday, alongside the caption: "MAGIC MONDAY! My movie daughter just made me a movie grandmother. Blessings to Lindsay and Bader for the birth of Luai!"
The movie mom wasn't the only one celebrating Luai's arrival after the news broke, with many fans flooding Curtis' comments to share congratulations of their own for Lohan.
"She is glowing!! Her IG feed she looks so happy and alive. I'm so happy for her!," one person wrote.
Lohan has kept quiet on Instagram since Luai was born, but she previously told Allure she couldn't 'wait' to experience 'what it's like to be a mom'.
"Happy tears. That's just who I am," she said. "Though now, it’s probably baby emotion. It’s overwhelming in a good way.”
The actor also revealed that Curtis had offered her some reassurance as she prepared to welcome her son into the world, saying: "I spoke to Jamie Lee Curtis recently, and she was like, ‘You just bring the baby with you and everything will be fine'."
Lohan first announced her pregnancy in March, when she shared an image of a white babygrow along with the words: "Coming soon."