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Lindsay Lohan 'Started Crying' When She Saw Son Luai Watching “The Parent Trap”: 'Really Magical Moment'

"He doesn't even know that's mommy yet," Lohan says

<p>Lionel Hahn/Getty; Moviestore/Shutterstock</p> Lindsay Lohan at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party (L) and in

Lionel Hahn/Getty; Moviestore/Shutterstock

Lindsay Lohan at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party (L) and in 'The Parent Trap' (R)

Lindsay Lohan is showing her son the magic of Camp Walden.

While appearing on Thursday's episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, the star, 37, chatted with host Drew Barrymore, 49, about whether she watches her own films. While Barrymore revealed that she can't as it feels "indulgent," Lohan said she'll sometimes put it on as background noise.

Barrymore then asked Lohan to share the last movie of hers that she watched.

"Oh actually, I just wrapped a movie four days ago and I came home from work and my son was getting ready for dinner time," the proud mom began. "And I opened the door and he was watching The Parent Trap. It was just on the TV."

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Related: Lindsay Lohan Reveals She Doesn't Feel Pressure to 'Snap Back' After Having Son Luai: 'Give Yourself Time'

"And I started crying because I'm like, he doesn't even know that's Mommy yet. I was like, do I turn it off or do I just...he was kind of just staring. Because maybe, my voice is still similar to how it was then. So I was like, maybe he knows, like a little bit that it's me because it sounds like me."

"But it was a really magical moment. I took tons of pictures of it," Lohan added.

In an interview with Bustle this week, Lohan shared that she isn't feeling pressure to "snap back" after having her son Luai last year.

"Everyone's getting so thin now. I feel like everything always comes full circle again, so this is that moment, and this, too, shall pass. But it does seem like there's pressure," she told the outlet, referencing weight loss drugs such as Ozempic.

"I was so attached to [Luai] that my last thought was going on a treadmill," Lohan added. "I feel like we put so much pressure on ourselves to have to look good so soon, but you look so beautiful [postpartum]. Give yourself time."

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