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Mother-in-law defends Chris Pratt in controversial post: ‘Keep being yourself’


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Amidst the controversy in which he became involved in honoring his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger, 31, Chris Pratt, 42, won the support of his mother-in-law, journalist and businesswoman Maria Shriver. “I want to remind you today what a good man you are, what a wonderful father you are to Jack and Lyla,” she began, commenting on the post that sparked all the controversy on Instagram.

She continued to extol the actor’s qualities as a husband to her daughter, son-in-law and praising his sense of humor. “I love you Chris, stay yourself, get over the noise, your kids love you, your family loves you, your wife loves you. What a beautiful life! I’m proud of you,” concluded Shriver, who has been married for 31 years with actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, with whom he had three more children, in addition to Katherine: Christina, 30, Patrick, 28 and Christopher, 24.

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An actor known, among other works, for his performance in “Guardians of the Galaxy”, Pratt, 42, was accused of machismo, objectifying his wife and snubbing one of his children due to an account of life together with Katherine.

“She gave me an amazing life, her beautiful and healthy daughter. She chews so loud that I sometimes put my headphones on to smother it, but that’s love,” he wrote in a post this Wednesday (3).

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Because of this passage, many people criticized him for having forgotten to mention his other son, Jack, 9, the result of his marriage to actress Anna Faris, 44.

Elsewhere in the text, Pratt makes another comment that upset some of his followers. “She helps me with everything. In return, I periodically open a jar of pickles,” he wrote.

Some people were bothered by this. “Why are you proud of doing absolutely nothing for your wife?” asked a follower. “Did you just describe your wife as a possession?” countered another.

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