The actor, who stars in a new Super Bowl ad for Silk, shares daughter Ava Berlin with ex Sonni Pacheco
Jeremy Renner's daughter has a go-to meal in the morning.
"She's a waffle girl. She definitely is into her waffles," Renner — who shares Ava with ex Sonni Pacheco — says. "That's mostly what she'll eat in the morning."
As for whether or not his preteen will ever add toppings like chocolate chips to her waffles, the Marvel star notes, "Maybe sometimes. Not all the time. Once in a while, on the weekends with her cousins."
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In his upcoming Silk Super Bowl commercial, Renner dances, leaps and roundhouse kicks his way through a very important task: making breakfast for Ava.
“It’s her first job ever! [We] put her to work early,” the Hawkeye star jokes of casting his real-life daughter.
For Renner, the chance to partner with Silk for the company's first-ever Game Day ad was a no-brainer, as he’s a fan of the plant-based milk brand, and used it to make protein shakes while recovering from his 2023 snowplow accident.
“[Silk is] all about wellness, and I’ve gotten pretty into that because it’s forced upon me as a part of a lifestyle, which is great,” he says. “I’ve become so healthy now.”
Back in January 2023, Renner broke over 30 bones and underwent multiple surgeries after his snowplow ran him over while he was helping his nephew get a stuck vehicle out of the snow at his property in Reno, Nevada, on New Year's Day.
Earlier this month, he expressed his love for his daughter through a post on Instagram, in which he described her as "reason number one" for his recovery after the ordeal.
"I asked her to 'wait for me' when I first saw her January 14 as I arrived home," Renner said. "As I got better, she got better, less afraid. There is simply no better motivator to recover than to heal your family and friends."
"With gratitude always , thank you all for your love and support this last full year," the Oscar-nominated star added. "I needed every ounce of goodwill and prayer 🙏🏼."
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