Hilary Duff struggles with son’s homework

Lawrence Kim
October 22, 2019

But becoming a professional actress at such a young age meant Hilary Duff stopped going to school in third grade, relying on a tutor instead. After all, we do have one unbelievable tool our parents never did: the internet--where you cannot only turn for answers, but also plenty of moral support, like the outpouring of comments Duff received from other parents on her post.

In fact, Hilary herself admitted that she stopped going to "real school" when she was only in third grade!

Hilary Duff is not afraid to admit that she's struggling when it comes to helping her son with his homework!

Duff wrote, 'This guy with his spirit and kindness.

"Homework is already no joke in 2nd grade", Duff jokingly lamented.

She was only ten years old, in 1998, when she had her big break, playing the titular witch in Casper Meets Wendy.

Although Duff blames her TV star adjacent education, a lot of her followers agreed that homework time is a trial.

As her son is learning about traditional topics at school, he is also learning about his mom's beginnings in the industry. I am left scratching my head alll the time looking at his homework and I'm terrified for next year!' The Younger star recently revealed that she screened "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" for Luca and his little sister, 11-month-old Banks, and during an August interview with ET, she said Luca was a bit of a Lizzie fan. The reboot will follow a 30-year-old McGuire as she works as a fashion apprentice and navigates life as an adult through New York City.

The original series ran from 2001-04 and followed 13-year-old Lizzie, who dreamt of being popular in school, as her animated alter ego represented her true feelings.

Duff, on hearing the news, said: "I have said this before, but for me coming back when she's 30 and she's not in a marriage and she's not having a baby and she's not doing all the things that I have already done in my life, that story is really exciting for me".

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