Jamie Chung finds it 'rewarding' to see her children interact as they get older
Jamie Chung finds it "rewarding" when her twins interact with her now that they are two years old and displaying more of their individual personalities.
Jamie Chung finds it "rewarding" when her twins interact with her.
The 40-year-old actress has two-year-old twin boys - whose names she has never revealed to the public - with her husband Bryan Greenberg and explained that their personalities are both now starting to come through as they get a little bit older.
She told E! News: "It's a different kind of toughness. It's certainly more rewarding now that they're interacting with you and you see their personalities shine through. Even when they say 'thank you' or when they start sharing their toys, it's a really sweet thing. Like, we had something to do with that."
The former MTV star appears in her husband's directorial debut 'Junction' but insisted that even though it was his first time helming a film, she still had a "harder job" than him because she remained the primary caregiver to their children throughout, although she admitted that they continue to "support" each other in both their personal and professional lives.
She said: "I was hanging back and taking care of the kids 'cause they were six months at the time. So I feel like I had a harder job. This is how we support each other. We show up, and we hold it down, and we encourage each other to chase after their dreams."
Former 'One Tree Hill' star Bryan, 45, agreed with his wife as he publicly thanked her and acknowledged that without her support, turning his "dream" of making a film into a reality would not be possible.
He said: "She's had my back. This has been a dream of mine for a long time, and she supported me through it. That's amazing. None of us would be here without her support.