Emma Roberts is having a fun time being a mother to her newborn baby Rhodes. The Holidate star made way to the judge’s table on Thursday’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars with a + 1, who was none other than her bundle of joy – baby Rhodes.
The actress was “excited” to bring him along as she filmed her appearance. Talking about how happy she was to be on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, Roberts said, “I was such a fan and I was so excited when they asked me to be on it.”
“I just couldn’t even believe how talented everybody was. It was so fun to see it live,” Roberts continued. “And yeah, I was excited to take Rhodes. I was so pregnant so he got to come with me.”
This hasn’t been the only outing that baby Rhodes has had with his mom Emma Roberts.
The Scream 4 actress has been filming her next project in Boston, where she’s been having fun with baby Rhodes.
“It’s so nice that I got to bring him with me to Boston,” she said. “And it’s such a walking city here that I can just wake up in the morning and put him in the stroller and go to a beautiful park, and walk around to see the city and be outside which is so nice, because I felt like when I was in L.A., other than a couple of walks or a hike, there wasn’t really a lot of nature to be in.”
What is the new project?
Emma Roberts has been busy shooting a romantic comedy called “About Fate,” in Boston. Directed by Marius Weisberg, “About Fate” also features “Mortal Kombat” actor Lewis Tan and “Riverdale” star Madelaine Petsch.
As per reports, the movie that started filming this month is “a tale of two people who believe in love, but seem to never be able to find its true meaning. In a wild twist of events, fate puts each in the other’s path on a stormy New Year’s Eve and comedy and chaos ensue.” The film is written by Tiffany Paulsen, who penned Roberts-starring films “Holidate” and “Nancy Drew,” and reunites the actress with her “It’s Kind of a Funny Story” co-star, Thomas Mann.
“It’s not something you’ll always feel like you’re getting right, but you will get better every day,” she replied. “When in doubt, just love your child and yourself.”