And who doesn’t, really?
During his recent appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, Hugh Jackman reflected on the intellectual pursuits of his children who are apparently the least trouble in the world and utterly delightful. To illustrate his point, he revealed his 11-year-old son’s highlight of being New York: going to an art museum. Not just any art museum, but the Frick Collection of all places, where children under the age of 10 are not permitted entrance, because that would inhibit the serious art enthusiasts.
I love the Frick Collection. I have a card granting me access to their reference library. It is a wondrous place.
I do not know a single child (other than maybe my past self) who would have been bummed about the age restriction. How adorable is Hugh Jackman’s son?