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Who is Christina Schwarzenegger? Actor introduces stunning daughter, 31

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KITZBUHEL, AUSTRIA: Famous actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger introduces his daughter Christina Schwarzenegger at the charity dinner during the Austrian climate summit.

In addition to Christina, Arnold has four other children, including daughter Katherine, 33, Patrick, 29, Christopher, 25, and Joseph, 25, the Daily Mail reported. The star’s daughter looked perfect in her black leather jacket with skinny black pants and black ballerina flats along with her neat dark brunette hair. Check the images here.

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Who is Christina Schwarzenegger?

Christina graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in English Language and Literature in 2013. The 31-year-old was born to Arnold and Maria Shriver. She also studied interior design at Parsons School of Design. Christina also served as an editor at Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand Goop for three years. She is now also a founding member of the Special Olympics Founder’s Council. Christina explained: “I love shining a light on those who feel out of bounds and bringing their experiences to light. The result is that we all feel validated and ultimately realize that our differences are in fact our superpowers,” according to Special Olympics.org. She is now also an Executive Producer on Netflix’s Take Your Pills franchise, a documentary series detailing America’s addiction to and obsession with various prescription pills.

Arnold often appreciated his daughter very much, on her birthday the actor wrote: “Happy Birthday Christina! I am proud of you every day, I love you with all my heart and spending time with you is one of my favorite things to do, in lockdown and always. I can’t wait to see what you achieve this year. As a young child, Christina was diagnosed with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). She was in the ninth grade when she started having issues centered on her day-to-day activities, according to Essentially Sports.

She had spoken constantly about her medication intake while treating the disorder. She said: “I didn’t really get hooked on it until I was my junior year in college. I used it quite a bit during our junior and senior years of college.” She added, “It gets you high. But in a completely different area, it’s obviously very helpful for people with ADD who are struggling with their attention span. It’s a very helpful drug for these types of people.”

In an interview with The Doctors, she said of her journey with medication: “It’s been a challenge. I would say it took me about 6 to 7 months to really get back to who I was. I started doing art again, which I did in high school, which I hadn’t done in a while, and just going back to who I identified with, before Adderall. However, Christina has worked extensively to raise awareness of the harmful side effects of taking such drugs.

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