Josh Duhamel is dynamic to have a baseball-playing son — and isn’t above bribing him a small along a way.
During a Friday discuss with Ellen DeGeneres on her daytime speak show, the Love, Simon star suggested his 4-year-old son Axl Jack with ex Fergie is being entirely unprotected to both of his parents’ loves.
“He is in hip-hop class, and we also have him in tee-ball starting this week, that is gonna be awesome,” says Duhamel, 45, who has prolonged been a fan of a sport and even played ’70s-era Major League Baseball pitcher Bill “Spaceman” Lee in a 2016 film Spaceman.
“Mom puts him in hip-hop clothes, we put him in tee-ball clothes,” a actor explains.
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While Axl is still training a ropes of a sport, his father has figured out a winning strategy — one that involves chocolate.
“Anybody who has kids understands they have no thought what round even is or what they’re ostensible to do, so we put MMs on any base,” Duhamel recalls. “And we set adult a tee and we have him strike a ball, and he gets to go to initial bottom if he gets a round past me.”
“And each time he gets there, he gets an MM,” says the Las Vegas alum. “So we don’t know if I’m going to have a child with diabetes by a time he’s 7 years old, though he’s gonna learn how to play baseball.”
“I consider that she would substantially acknowledge that it was not her best work. But a girl’s crazy-talented, she unequivocally is. And she’s an extraordinary woman, an extraordinary tellurian being,” Duhamel says.
“It’s tough to see someone we caring about get kick adult like that. But that’s a business — you’re in this business, and we put yourself out there; infrequently we win, and infrequently we don’t,” he adds.