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Adam Sandler worries about his spoiled kids, entertains them in princess gowns

Hollywoodnews.com: In Adam Sandler’s new movie “Grown Ups,” the comedian plays a power Hollywood agent with two bratty kids.

In real life, Sandler is concerned that his two daughters will follow the same fate as his onscreen children. Being finally well off and raising kids is “difficult” for the actor.

Showbiz Spy covered the story.

“I go to sleep thinking about it and I wake up thinking about it. I’m trying to do the right thing,” Sandler says.

“With the amount of money I have it’s difficult raising children the way that I was raised but I took away the west and north wing of the house from those guys. So they’re not allowed in there.”

Nonetheless, Sandler is a funny father, acting out the princess stories he reads to his girls in complete fairy-drag.

“I often slip into costume as the lead character in whatever bedtime story I am reading,” he said.

“This is a little weird because my daughters love Disney princesses. But you would be surprised at how good I look in a ball gown.”

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