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Charlize Theron taker her daughters August and Jackson Theron to restock groceries at Bristol Farms after Los Angeles has been placed in safer-at-home lockdown.

The Bombshell actress pushed a full cart of groceries out of the grocery store which included Doritos and gumballs for the kids.



She was wearing a black North Face baseball cap, black North Face puffer jacket, black leggings, and black Nike sneakers.  She accessorized with dark oversized wafer sunglasses, small diamond earrings, and black nail polish.

Her daughter August looked hip in two buns a metallic club jacket, pink graphic tee black leggings, and rainbow sneakers while her older sister wore a white bandana, pink sweater, purple shorts, and colorful sneakers.

Charlize has been vocal about her transgender daughter who at just 3-years old told her “I am not a boy!”.

She told the Daily Mail — “My daughter’s story is really her story, and one day, if she chooses, she’ll tell her story,” Theron continued. “I feel like as her mother, for me, it was important to let the world know that I would appreciate it if they would use the right pronouns for her.”

“I think it became harder for us the older she got that people were still writing about her in the wrong pronouns, and also I was still talking about her in the press using the wrong pronoun,” the 44-year-old star told the publication. “It really hurt her feelings. I don’t want to be that mom, and that was really why I said what I said a while back.”

The award-winning actress famously portrayed female serial killer Aileen Wuornos in Monster and now the real-life story has been made into a five-part series.

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“‘Evil Next Door’ reexamines the sordid life and crimes of Wuornos and four other serial killers from across the country using archival footage, never-before-seen interviews and firsthand perspectives from law enforcement, victims and family members” according to Fox News.

Theron talked about her transformation from Hollywood leading lady to a serial killer in 2015 —“Naturally it was a long process because the movie took so long to make,” she said. “So I had a long time to have the story really inform me on what I needed to do and what need to happen.”

She’s in the middle of producing and acting in the action film Atomic Blonde 2 and has movies The Old Guard and F9 in post-production.