Selma Blair Let Her 7-Year-Old Son Help Shave Her Head
The actress, who has been open in her experience with MS, got a helping hand from her 7-year-old son Arthur
Selma Blair has been very honest about her multiple sclerosis struggles since revealing her diagnosis in October. She has shared all the highs and lows of her illness, opening up about everything from how it makes daily duties - like applying makeup and parenting - a little bit harder, to the mental struggles that come alongside living with a chronic illness.
Luckily, Blair isn't battling MS alone. One of her biggest supports has been her adorable seven-year-old son Arthur, who appears in many of her social media posts. This week, the actress gave us a glimpse into one of their more intimate moments, and it literally gave us the chills.
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People. selmablair arthursaintbleick. Back to my roots. zen barber who still says butthole whenever given an opportunity. I love him.
A post shared by Selma Blair on Jun 14, 2019 at 2:46pm PDT
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