Ruby, 25, is one of the two children adopted by Curtis and Guest — they are known for playing lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel in “This Is Spinal Tap” — after they battled infertility. The couple also shared their 34-year-old daughter Anne.
Curtis, whose film works include “Halloween” movies, “Weird Friday” and “My Girl”-also revealed in interviews that Ruby, who is a computer game editor, plans to “be at the wedding I will host” next year. She did not provide more details about the upcoming wedding.
Regarding the topic of potential grandparents in the future, the 62-year-old star told the magazine that the magazine was produced by AARP, a non-profit organization that promotes the interests of senior citizens: “Not yet, but I do hope to do so.”
“I rarely smile in photos. An old idea. Although I can’t control myself in this shoot with @aarp @brianbowensmith, because I am very happy!” The caption has been read.
In 2017, Curtis, who has been an LGBTQ ally for a long time, shared an article in the Huffington Post on Twitter: “Dear trans children. We all want our letter. (From a trans teacher) .”
Last year, she announced that she would direct and star in a TV movie about Sara Cunningham and her organization Free Mom Hugs, which is dedicated to making “the world celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community” through awareness, education and dialogue.