Clint Eastwood’s Son Revealed a Secret that Makes America Love Him Even More, Every Parent Needs To See This!

Clint Eastwood’s Son Revealed a Secret that Makes America Love Him Even More, Every Parent Needs To See This!

There is no handbook when it comes to kids, that’s for sure. I probably wouldn’t have messed up quite so many times, and my kids probably wouldn’t be as strong and individual as they are today. But, some parents just seem to have a knack for raising kids right – and big-time Hollywood Star Clint Eastwood is no exception to the “Doing it Right” club of parents. More from Qpolitical:

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Clint Eastwood’s son is coming clean about growing up in the Hollywood royalty bloodline and what he has to say about his dad’s parenting techniques is making women everywhere swoon and men wish they were him.

Clint is unquestionably Hollywood royalty but that doesn’t mean he raised his son with a silver spoon in his mouth. The 29-year-old said his father had traditional parenting techniques and that he has had “a job since I can remember.”

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“My first car was a ’91 Ford Crown Victoria that was $1,000. And I had to buy every car after that. I had to do it all,” the new heartthrob of The Longest Ride said in an interview.

Unlike most of his peers born into Hollywood royalty notorious for name-dropping and DUIs, Scott didn’t even use the famous family name until recently. He stayed clear of the limelight for most of his life under the name ‘Scott Reeves.’

“I like being under the radar. I didn’t get into this business to become famous,” he said. “I got into this business because I like acting and I want to make movies. I would be happy living the rest of my life never famous.”

Scott graduated with a degree in communications from Loyola Marymount in 2008 and Clint hasn’t given Scott an easy route to pursue his acting ambitions either.

“My dad always says, ‘Just stick around.’ Everybody thinks it’s an overnight success. But the reality is, it takes years of hard work,” the hunk said.

Way to be a good parent, Mr. Eastwood. I would assume, not based in any fact since I am a far cry from rich myself, that a ‘Hollywood’ style parent would find it easy to give their son or daughter the keys to a Bentley, or just pay their way through college. I love the fact that Clint has given his son hard work as a groundwork for his life. The fruits of life taste so much sweeter when you have worked your butt off for it.

Written by Katie McGuire. Follow Katie on Twitter @GOPKatie, On Facebook, or email the author at [email protected]

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