Rachel McAdams says her son is a “welcome distraction” during this time

Rachel McAdams Actress, Rachel McAdams joined the virtual event “Heroes of Health: COVID-19 Stream-a-thon” hosted by a charity in her hometown of London, Canada where she talked about her son being a “welcome distraction”.

This comes as a surprise, as the “Mean Girls” star have been very private about her personal life. She said;

“I have a very welcome distraction in my son, who is 2,” said McAdams, when asked how she’s passing her days. “That’s pretty much what I do all the time.”
“He’s so entertaining,” the 41-year-old continued. “I thought, ‘Would I rather be alone in quarantine or with my family?’ There are days, sure, but I would be so bored without him around to make it so fun.”

“We live in the country, so there’s a little farm down the road,” she said. “We can go and look at the animals.”

McAdams, whose mother worked as a nurse for 38 years, made a $10,000 contribution to help local health care workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

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