Matthew McConaughey’s Look-Alike Children Are All Grown Up

Matthew McConaughey’s haircutting abilities seem to be just “alright, alright, alright,” as reflected on his youngest son Livingston, 10. His wife, Camila Alves, shared a photo on Instagram on Feb. 26 of McConaughey wielding a pair of scissors while giving Livingston a big trim.

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The choppy look featured locks of different lengths, indicating that McConaughey might be a better actor than a barber. Camila, who shares three children with the Oscar winner, including Levi, 14, and Vida, 13, captioned the post, saying, “Then this happened…,” but hasn’t yet shared the finished result.

Dad Haircuts for All!

The photo went insanely viral, with several fans teasing the actor. One Instagram user wrote, “Why o why – Matthew has many talents – but I guess haircuts isn’t one of them.” “Oh noooo! Not the dreaded ‘dad haircut’!!!!,” another added.

Although McConaughey’s children may be at risk of receiving…let’s say questionable dad haircuts, they have also experienced some pretty incredible moments in their childhood. Recently, Alves gave us a sneak peek into Vida’s 13th birthday celebration, where McConaughey’s BFF, Woody Harrelson, was at the celebration. In the same month, she shared a glimpse of Livingston’s 10th birthday, which included a green and white cake and a special birthday crown.

“Nothing fancy…just us,” Camila shared on Instagram. “All he wanted to do is go to Altitude the trampoline place in Austin and an ice cream cake! May your heart my son keep it’s simplicity as you grow in this complicated world!!” 

Uncle Woody!

The couple has been married since 2012, and prefer to keep their children out of the public eye by raising them in Texas, away from the spotlight. Last year, Alves told Fox News Digital that living in Texas was a great experience for her family.

“It’s been great,” she stated. “It really embodies our belief system, especially the ones I grew up with, like going to church every Sunday, saying ‘yes ma’am’ or ‘no, sir.’ I grew up saying those things coming from a family of farmers. For me, being from Brazil and then coming to Texas, I discovered a lot of similarities in terms of what families practice here, especially going to church on Sundays, and being very into the outdoors. It’s been a great transition.”

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