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Jamie Lee Curtis sent lots of unconditional love to her transgender daughter, Ruby, the day of trans visibility. “Love is love. A mother’s love knows no judgement,” the 64-year-old Oscar-winning actress captioned a March 31 Instagram photo that showed her laughing with her daughter 27. “As a mother, I stand in total solidarity with my children as they move forward in the universe as authentic beings with their own minds, bodies and ideas. On this trans visibility day, my daughter and I are visible #transvisibilityday.

Ruby is one of two adopted daughters Knives out star shares with her husband of 39 years, Christopher Guest. They also share a 36-year-old daughter named Annewhom they adopted in 1986. They brought Ruby into the family a decade later.

Courtesy of Ruby, Jamie revealed that she and Christopher “watched with wonder and pride” their son’s transition to daughter in a July 2021 interview with AARP. Then, in October 2021, the couple sat down for a joint interview to share their experiences amid the new journey. ‘It was scary – just telling them something about me that they didn’t know,” Ruby recalled to PEOPLE to come out to his parents for the first time. “It was intimidating, but I wasn’t worried. They’ve been so accepting of me all my life.

Ruby, daughter of Jamie Lee Curtis
Ruby Guest joined her mother at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Halloween Ends’ in October 2022 (Photo: Chelsea Lauren/Shutterstock)

“It’s speaking a new language,” the actress explained. “It’s learning new terminology and new words. I am new in this field. I’m not someone who pretends to know a lot about it. And I’m gonna blow it up, I’m gonna make mistakes. I would try to avoid making big mistakes. Ruby later added that she doesn’t get mad when her parents accidentally use the wrong pronoun.

Ahead of Trans Visibility Day, Jamie stood up for the trans community by presenting it with the first-ever Oscar trophy for they/them pronouns. “In support of my daughter, Ruby. I make them be a they/them. I’m just going to call them, ”she announced on the TODAY show on March 14. “They/them, and they’re doing great, they’re settling in, and I’m coming, in my life, I never thought in a million years that I would have these few days, and I’m very moved by all of this.

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