Justin Timberlake Says He and Wife Jessica Biel Are 'Commiserating' Over '24-Hour Parenting'

Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel are making the best of their social distancing situation, but the parenting part isn’t always easy.

The 39-year-old singer opened up in an interview with SiriusXM’s Hits 1 on Wednesday about how his family of three — himself, Biel and their son Silas Randall, 5 — are faring as they isolate together amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

“We’re doing good. We’re mostly commiserating over the fact that we … just, 24-hour parenting is just not human,” Timberlake jokes, adding that Silas sometimes gives him an annoyed look that makes his dad say, ” ‘Cool. I got you.’ ”

“Just a commercial break,” he adds, referring to how his child sometimes needs a breather from his mom and dad just as much as they may need one when it comes to daily parenting duties.

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Biel said that in honor of Silas’ new age milestone, she and Timberlake are “supporting @savethechildren and @feedingamerica, who are doing so much good work to keep kids and families healthy and fed during this time ❤️.”

She also encouraged her followers to “scroll through your old pictures today and post something that brings you a little bit of joy! Sending lots of love to you all … ”

Timberlake shared Biel’s post on his Instagram Story, adding, “Our dude is 5!!” with a mind-explosion emoji.

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