Ruby, 25, is one of two children adopted by Curtis and Guest — best known for playing lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel in “This Is Spinal Tap” — after they struggled with infertility. The couple also share 34-year-old daughter Annie.
Curtis — whose film credits include the “Halloween” movies, “Freaky Friday” and “My Girl” — also revealed in the interview that Ruby, who works as a computer gaming editor, is planning to get married next year “at a wedding that I will officiate”. She offered no further details about the upcoming nuptials.
On the topic of potentially becoming a grandparent in the future, the 62-year-old star told the magazine, which is produced by AARP, a nonprofit organization that promotes the interests of older people: “Not yet, but I do hope to.”
“I very rarely smile in photographs. An old idea. I couldn’t help myself though during this shoot with @aarp @brianbowensmith because I AM SO HAPPY!” the caption read.
In 2017, Curtis — who has long been an LGBTQ ally — shared a Huffington Post article on Twitter: “Dear Trans Kids. The letter we all wish we had written. (from a trans teacher).”
Last year, she announced that she will be directing and starring in a TV movie about Sara Cunningham and her organization Free Mom Hugs, which works to empower “the world to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community through visibility, education, and conversation.”