Ryan Gosling’s daughter was unimpressed by the Mona Lisa

Ryan Gosling’s 6-year-old daughter, Amada, was less than impressed by one of the most famous paintings in the world.

The actor told Jimmy Fallon on Thursday that he recently took his youngest to the Louvre in Paris, but her reaction wasn’t quite what he expected.

“We’re standing in front of the Mona Lisa and she turns and says, ‘This museum?'” recalled Gosling, 41, before pushing down excessively.

He continued: ‘I said, ‘Why?’ And she said, ‘Because it’s not right.’”

The Golden Globe winner laughed, adding that Amada’s “real power move” was a double “thumbs down walk away”.

Ryan Gosling and Jimmy Fallon
Ryan Gosling’s 6-year-old daughter, Amada, was unimpressed by the Mona Lisa.

Gosling joked, “It’s sort of a Roman emperor-level shadow.”

The Canadian native shares Amada with his wife, Eva Mendes. The couple are also the parents of 7-year-old Esmeralda.

Ryan Gosling
Amada gives “Roman emperor-level shadow,” the actor joked to Jimmy Fallon.

Although Gosling and his 48-year-old “Place Beyond the Pines” colleague keep their children’s lives private, in June Mendes gave a rare insight into their role as parents.

“I’m not a great cook — I’ll leave that to Ryan,” she told Forbes at the time, adding that they don’t follow “gender-specific” standards around the house.

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling
Gosling and Eva Mendes are also Esmeralda’s parents.
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“We are all partners in this, not just Ryan and I, but our children as well,” explains the actress. “If they see him and I stop doing certain things that, again, aren’t specific to stereotypical gender stuff, I think that just balances things out.”

The couple started dating in 2011 and welcomed Esmeralda and Amada in 2014 and 2016 respectively.

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling
The duo started their romance in 2011.

Mendes took an acting break while raising the girls, but plans to return to the big screen — simply without any violent or sexual scenes.

“I have such a short list of what I’m going to do,” the Florida resident told “The View” cohosts in May. “It should be nice and clean.”

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