First Glimpse: Charlize Theron & Baby Jackson

Academy Award-winning actress Charlize Theron, 36, was spotted at a post office in Los Angeles, Calif. on Tuesday (March 27) with a very precious package: her 4-month-old son Jackson!

The new mom kept her newborn son covered up under a blanketed car seat. The Snow White and the Huntsman star was at the post office getting a passport for her baby boy.

Charlize surprised fans earlier this month when she announced her adoption news. Describing motherhood as “overwhelmingly incredible,” the South African beauty – who hasn’t seriously dated since splitting with Stuart Townsend in early 2010 – spent much of 2011 going through the adoption process. “It’s been a long time in the making,” an insider said.

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  • Anonymous

    Flirst glipse of what? His blanket?

  • Cassie

    Let’s see if Charlize is going to get criticism for covering and hiding her son, she is generally well liked by people in general. There were other celebrity mothers who did it for some time, Gisele Bundchen is one of them. By the way Gisele was heavily bashed for doing it.

    I’m waiting to see if Charlize will feature her son in a magazine or the only pics we will see will be from the paparazzies.

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    • Anonymous

      Stop shouting. It’s really rude. There is no need to type in all caps like that.

    • Anonymous

      I read on another site that he is black and was born in the United States.

  • SMH

    He is african american.

    And I don’t see anything wrong with covering him up. And I highly doubt she’d sell his photos to magazines or even pose with him. I just don’t see her being that way. But who knows. Can’t wait to see his little face instead of his blanket.

  • Anonymous

    I also am wondering is her child black or white but it really dosent matter cause she seems very happy.

  • Anonymous

    I saw the five pics and i did NOT get the slightest “glimpse,” so i don’t get the headline.

  • Anonymous

    She is from South Africa. I’m pretty sure race doesn’t matter to her.

    • Anonymous

      Yes because south africa never had any racism problem… Hum…

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    • NYCMommy

      I can pretty much assume you are not a World History major if you think her being South Africian would mean race does not matter to her. I am not saying she is racist (I am sure she is not) but it is dont due to her being South Africian. Google Apartheid.

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