Kristen Bell, 40, recently expressed her concern on why for the time being she doesn’t find her little girl’s name actually a good one. Kristen made her approach at latest episode of Bell’s podcast on Wednesday. In the episode, while Kristen was chatting with co-host Monica Padman, the mom of two was asked about her present views on daughter Delta’s name. Kristen’s kid with Dax Shepard is named Delta, which is actually like the new COVID-19 strain that is clearing the world at this moment.
Speaking on not liking her little girl’s name for now, Kristen revealed, “It’s a big, big bummer, but I’m really hoping that the delta variant won’t be as strong as the original COVID and people will still say corona.” Further, the actress who has two kids with spouse Dax Shepard, Delta, 6 and Lincoln, 8, said it’s acceptable that Delta is still exceptionally youthful, and she gets excited whenever she see or hear her name. “She’s 6 so she’s impressed every time she sees a Delta Airlines ad or anything, she’s like ‘Oh my gosh, my name!’ So every time she hears anyone talk about the variant, she’s like ‘My name!’ So she’s still excited about it.” Bell said, as per Just Jared.
The actress also described her daughter having an easy life for how she gets away with everything in such a young age. “Maybe it’s a good thing, because her life’s really easy, because she’s privileged and she’s got a little charisma,” Bell said. “She’s a little ball of magic, and she gets away with everything because of that, so she can either give you puppy dog eyes or make you laugh and because of that her life is too easy. So maybe she does need this to follow her around forever,” Bell added.