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These days, life for Australian actor Russell Crowe is all about his family – wife Danielle Spencer and sons, Charlie, 3 1/2 and Tennyson, 15 months.

Woman’s Day quotes him on being with family and his passions. On family: “At home I just spend it with my family. The day starts with me going to my son, talking to him about what he dreamt about, fixing him breakfast. Then we hang out together. Days off are devoted to whatever my wife and family want to do.”

On his passions: “The only thing that I really care about these days is whether my wife and kids are happy. I was working the other day and my son was missing me. He came over to me and I picked him up, put him on my knee and asked him what he would like to do. He starts to sing Bananas in Pyjamas. That’s much more thrilling than anything else that goes on in my life.”

Source: Aussie Bub Blog

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While promoting his new film 3:10 to Yuma, actor Russell Crowe didn’t rule out the possibility of adding another child to his family, which includes his wife Danielle Spencer and sons Charlie, 3 1/2 and Tennyson, 14 months.

“You’ll have to ask the wife, it’s under negotiations,” he says.

As far as how he is raising his kids, he says: “My kids are being raised in a much more affluent environment than was mine. My wife and I talk about that all the time because neither of us had this kind of experience. Charlie went to school one day, and when he came home I asked him how it went, and he said ‘Yeah. They don’t have a lot of toys’. So it will be an ongoing battle to make sure that they can empathise with people not in their situation.”

Source: Aussie Bub Blog

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Russell Crowe shows what it’s like to be a hands-on dad while out with his son Charlie, 3, in Sydney, Australia.

Russell and his wife Danielle Spencer welcomed their second son, Tenyson, last July.

Click here for information about Russell’s new role as a villain in the upcoming Star Trek movie.

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