Ryan Gosling’s 6-year-old daughter, Amada, was no less impressed by one of the world’s most famous paintings.
actor Told Jimmy Fallon on Thursday that he recently brought his youngest child to the Louvre Museum in Paris, but his reaction was not as he expected.
“We’re standing in front of the Mona Lisa and she turns around and goes, ‘This museum?'” Gosling, 41, recalled before giving an exaggerated thumbs up.
He continued, “I said, ‘Why?’ And she went, ‘Cause it’s not good.'”
The Golden Globe winner laughed that Amada’s “real power move” was giving a double “thumbs down walk”.
“It’s like a Roman Emperor-level shadow,” Gosling joked.
The Canadian native shares Amada with his wife, Eva Mendes. The pair are also parents to 7-year-old Esmeralda.
Although Gosling and his “Place Beyond the Pines” costar, 48, keep their children’s lives private, Mendes gave rare insight into their parenting roles in June.
“I’m not a wonderful cook—I’ll leave it to Ryan,” she told forbes At the time, adding that they don’t follow “gender-specific” norms around the house.
“We’re all partners in this, not just Ryan and I, but our kids too,” the actress explained. “If they let him and I stop doing something that, again, isn’t specific to stereotypical gender things, I think it just strikes the balance.”
The couple began dating in 2011 and welcomed Esmeralda and Amada in 2014 and 2016 respectively.
While raising girls, Mendes took a hiatus in acting but plans to return to the big screen – Without violent or sexual scenes.
“I Have Such a Short List of What I’ll Do,” Florida Native Told “The View” cohost in May. “It should be nice and clean.”