Chris Evans begs for help to make his son Noah, 10, more polite as he admits oldest son has lost his manners on Virgin Radio Breakfast Show – The Sun
CHRIS Evans has begged an expert for help as he worries his 10-year-old son Noah is losing his manners.
The Virgin Radio Breakfast Show host took the opportunity to question his guest, brain surgeon Dr Rahul Jandial, over his son's recent changing behaviour.
Chris, 53, revealed Noah had always been a polite boy but is beginning to forget his Ps and Qs as he gears towards his teenage years.
"My 10 year old used to say please and thank you all the time, and he's just started to stop doing that," said the dad of five.
"I had a word with him over the weekend and it wasn't going in. How do I best part information to my 10-year-old?"
But Dr Jandial, author of Life Lessons of A Brain Surgeon, assured him that it is usual for children of this age to begin to change as it's when their brains go through the biggest developing period.
Chris revealed his parenting problem on his breakfast show
Chris Evans begs for help to make his son Noah, 10, more polite as he admits oldest son has lost his manners on Virgin Radio Breakfast Show
Dr Jandial has three teenagers of his own and added: "I travel with them, I take them around with them, cook for them – I don't sit down and teach them much but they're more receptive to learning the points I'm trying to make when they're engaged in this way."
Chris has his hands full with his children, as he became a dad to twins Boo and Walt last September.
He also shares Noah and son Eli with his wife, pro golfer Natasha Shishmanian, as well as having daughter Jade, 33, from a previous relationship.
Dr Jandial was on the show to discuss how changing our lifestyles and diet can have positive affects on our brains.
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