Sandler enjoys dressing as princess

Sandler enjoys dressing as princess

Adam Sandler likes dressing up as a princess.

The ‘Bedtime Stories’ star - who has two daughters with his wife Jacqueline, three-year-old Sadie Madison and 10-month-old Sunny Madeline - entertains his children by wearing different outfits when he reads them fairytales.

The 42-year-old actor said: “I often slip into costume as the lead character in whatever bedtime story I am reading.

“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.”

Adam isn’t the only Hollywood star who enjoys donning women’s clothes.

Liev Schreiber, 41, recently revealed he became obsessed with his body hang-ups when he wore a dress for a movie role.

He said: "It was exhilaratingly humiliating. But I completely became giddy in a strange way the moment I put on the dress.

"Vanity quickly set in, and I thought to myself, 'I wish my belly was flatter. Let's face it, I don't look great in a dress, but it's nice to hear I have nice legs."

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