Zoe Saldana makes rare move of sharing children’s faces – twins Bowie and Cy, eight, and Zen, six – on social media as she jokes they think they are teens

Zoe Saldana has normally shown only the back of her three children’s faces on social media as she likes to keep their identity private.

But on Monday the Avatar: Way Of The Water actress revealed the faces of all three of her children in a fun video clip.

The 44-year-old beauty has twins Bowie and Cy, eight, and Zen, six, with 43-year-old husband of 10 years, Marco Perego Saldana, an Italian producer.

Cuties: Zoe Saldana has normally shown only the back of her three children’s faces on social media but on Monday the Avatar: Way Of The Water actress revealed the faces of all three of her children in a fun video clip

Mam bear: The 44-year-old beauty has twins Bowie and Cy, eight, and Zen, six, with 43-year-old husband of 10 years, Marco Perego Saldana, an Italian producer

Mam bear: The 44-year-old beauty has twins Bowie and Cy, eight, and Zen, six, with 43-year-old husband of 10 years, Marco Perego Saldana, an Italian producer

The clip sees the movie star in a gray sweatshirt and jeans as she walks through her kitchen.

The kids bump into her hard as they pass her and she gets upset, but they just shoot her looks like she has an attitude.

She gives them streetwise tough looks back and they return the same. 

‘POV: reminding my teens they’re actually still 6 and 8,’ she wrote as she added #ZoePOV #momlife @ro.gramm.

The clip is part of a TikTok trend. 

There he is: Cy smartly wore a top with his name on it

Sing on: Bowie wore a green top and purple slacks

They look a lot like mom: Bowie and Cy, eight, are seen here in their fun outfits

He really does look Zen: And son Zen had on a Baby Yoda print jammies set

He really does look Zen: And son Zen had on a Baby Yoda print jammies set

This comes after Zoe said last month that her children still haven’t watched Avatar.

The actress starred in the 2009 sci-fi movie – but Zoe insists that her kids are still ‘too young’ to watch the record-breaking film.

Zoe explained: ‘My kids tend to be very vocal about what is appropriate for them and what is inappropriate, and they have just such gentle hearts.’

Zoe has reprised the role of Neytiri in Avatar: The Way of Water, and the actress loves being involved with the movie franchise.

Hilarious: 'POV: reminding my teens they're actually still 6 and 8,' she wrote as she added #ZoePOV #momlife @ro.gramm

Hilarious: ‘POV: reminding my teens they’re actually still 6 and 8,’ she wrote as she added #ZoePOV #momlife @ro.gramm

Before the big bump: The kids ran towards mom then bumped into her

Before the big bump: The kids ran towards mom then bumped into her

She told PEOPLE: ‘It felt like the gift that keeps on giving. We were a part of something so groundbreaking, so trailblazing. It resonated with so many people around the world that it only felt fair to come back again.’

Earlier this year, Zoe claimed that her children keep her ‘out of trouble’.

The Hollywood star also believes that her children are one of the keys to her youthful appearance.

Her massive hit: Here she is seen in the poster for Avatar: The Way Of Water

Her massive hit: Here she is seen in the poster for Avatar: The Way Of Water

All glammed up: Saldana at the Avatar: The Way Of Water premiere in London In December

All glammed up: Saldana at the Avatar: The Way Of Water premiere in London In December 

She shared: ‘I think having children keeps me out of trouble a lot. I go to bed early. I eat better. I sleep longer sometimes. I’m back to sleeping.’

Zoe has changed her lifestyle since becoming a mom, and she’s now much more self-disciplined than she’s ever been.

The actress – who married Marco in 2013 – said: ‘I was having a lot of problems with my sleep. Whereas right before I had them, I was very much of the policy of work hard, play hard.

‘And I loved my life like that. But I feel like having children happened at the right time for me because in your mid-thirties to late thirties, early forties, that’s when you go to bed thinking that you’re one thing, and you wake up feeling like something else.’

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