John Travolta is like most parents. He can’t help but show off his kids.
The latest was a video of his son Ben, 11, who was performing a pretty impressive routine on the monkey bars. It truly was remarkable.
“Ben just achieved a level 3 ninja and I’m so proud,” Travolta wrote alongside the Instagram post.
John Travolta on Instagram
Other famous faces chimed in as well.
“GREAT GOING BEN,” commented actress Sharon Stone wrote.
“Unreal!!!! So Amazing! Go Ben,” Kristin Davis added.
Travolta, 68, shares three children with his late wife Kelly Preston — Ben, Ella and their late son Jett, with Ben being the youngest.
Preston died after a battle with cancer in 2020, and Travolta once told Kevin Hart that he has discussed the topic with his son.
“He said to me once, he said, ‘Because Mom passed away, I’m afraid you’re going to,’” Travolta told Hart during an episode of Hart to Heart. “And I said, ‘Well, it’s a very different thing.’ And then I went through the differences about my longevity and her limited life.
“But you know, Ben, you always love the truth and I’m going to tell you the truth about life. Nobody knows when they’re going to go or when they’re going to stay…Your brother left at 16. Too young. Your mother left at 57 and that was too young. But who’s to say?’”
Their son, Jett, tragically passed away at the age of 16 after he suffered a seizure and hit his head on a bathtub. Earlier this year, he wrote quite a sweet message for his late son on what would have been his 30th birthday. “My dearest Jetty, I miss you more than words can say,” he wrote on the Instagram post. “I think about you everyday. Happy Birthday. Love, your Dad.”
Travolta’s next project is the film American Metal, due out in 2023. His role in it has not yet been determined.
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