Mark Zuckerberg embraces being a 'girl dad' as he takes family to Taylor Swift concert
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Mark Zuckerberg has embraced being a 'girl dad' after attending a Taylor Swift concert with his family.
The founder of Meta posted a picture to social media with his wife Priscilla Chan, who he married back in May 2012. Another image also shows his two older daughters - Maxima, seven, and August, five - looking out from the balcony to watch the show.
It seems that the Facebook founder was still hard at work even while at the event, posting another photo of him checking his phone. The caption read: "Checking 13 emails on the way to the concert," along with a laughing emoji.
The picture also showcased the CEO's outfit for the occasion, with him opting for his usual plain t-shirt along with some decorative gems around his eyes to add a bit of pizzazz.
The pair met while they were waiting in line at a fraternity party back in university. After being together for ten years they decided to tie the knot, and have been married ever since.
They were attending a concert as part of Taylor Swift's Eras Tour. Tickets for the tour have been selling for astronomical prices online, with fans paying hundreds of dollars to secure a spot on the tour.
The tour has drawn controversy over the price of the tickets, as well as some measures it introduced to prevent people from buying tickets only for resale, a practice known as 'scalping'.
But it seems that Zuckerberg was among the lucky people to get hold of tickets to the much coveted tour, going along with his wife and daughters.
The pair have previously opened up about their parenting style in an appearance on CBS This Morning, which included talking about whether or not they 'spoil' their children.
The CEO explained: "First of all, we don't give them everything. So I think that that's an important piece. But they also just have responsibilities."
He then added: "They have chores."
Mark Zuckerberg's company Meta recently announced the launch of a new platform Threads, intended as a rival to Twitter. The platform has similar features, and allows users to post short messages in a text format.
The CEO has also recently been hard at work outside of the office, gaining a blue belt in the martial art jiu jitsu. He shared a post online, writing: "Honored to be promoted to compete at blue belt."