Zoë Saldana Says Her Twins’ ‘Connection Is Really Majestic’ — But Little Brother ‘Never Lets Them Forget’ About Him!

Zoë Saldana is stranded in a bit of a time loop.

The I Kill Giants actress, 39,  jokes in a latest emanate of PEOPLE that each day is a same in her residence when it comes to creation certain 3-year-old twins Cy Aridio and Bowie Ezio remember to embody their new small brother, 15-month-old Zen Anton Hilario.

“We’re in a consistent Groundhog Day where we’re repeating a same messages of compassion: ‘Don’t forget about small brother!’ ” Saldana tells PEOPLE in a latest issue. “I mean, he’s not a pushover, so that’s a good thing. But it’s unequivocally tough to be a small hermit to dual twin comparison brothers.”

She continues, “They’re matching twins and they’re unequivocally trustworthy during a hip and their tie is unequivocally majestic. So it takes a lot of unwavering movement to not forget about Zen — yet Zen never lets them forget either. He’s unequivocally persistent.”

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The singer and her Italian father Marco Perego are also creation certain their 3 sons are connected to their birthright by training them Italian and Spanish as they grow up. Even yet that might seem like a lot for such immature kids, Saldana says her boys are doing a 3 languages well.

“I consider they’re doing most improved than we are,” Saldana admits. “They know all 3 languages, and they also select who they pronounce a languages with. So with their Italian grandparents they will pronounce in Italian, with their [Spanish-speaking] grandparents they pronounce in Spanish, and with Mama and Papa they will pronounce behind in English — yet they know in any denunciation we pronounce to them.”

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But a America-born Puerto Rican and Dominican singer says she had to theatre an involvement of sorts with her relatives and in-laws when they were pressuring them to make certain a kids pronounce their languages.

“I have to also be deferential and responsive of my sons and that they are American, and that English is their initial language, and we’re only going to give them a reward and learn them a significance of being connected to their relatives and their grandparents — yet it’s not a understanding breaker,” she says. “It is critical that we respect a heritage, yet a birthright should never take priority over who we are as nationals, and we’re American. We were innate in America.”

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