Jamie Lee Curtis proudly shared that her youngest daughter, 25-year-old Ruby, is transgender. 

With her daughter's permission, Curtis made the revelation in a recent interview with AARP Magazine, during which she opened up about being in awe while seeing her own child's transformation.

According to Curtis, she and her husband, acclaimed director Christopher Guest, "watched in wonder and pride as our son became our daughter Ruby."

"And she and her fiancé will get married next year at a wedding that I will officiate," the actress added.

The proud mom also shared that Ruby has a flourishing career as a computer gaming editor. Meanwhile, her older daughter Annie, 34, is married and enjoying her life as a dance instructor.

The "A Fish Called Wanda" star said she does not have grandchildren yet. "Not yet, but I do hope to," Curtis said.

Her recovery from addiction to Vicodin, a known pain reliever, and alcohol in 1999 was also discussed in the interview. Curtis admitted if she had not kicked the bad habits out of her system, she would have been "dead for sure."

The actress, who describes herself as "just a sober person — flawed, contradictory, broken and redeemed," talked about how sobriety has given her the community and identity she desperately wanted.

In February, the "My Girl" star marked her 22nd year of sobriety by posting a photo of her younger self sitting next to a bottle of alcohol while holding a drink.

"A LONG time ago… In a galaxy far, far away… I was a young STAR at WAR with herself. I didn't know it then," she wrote in the caption. "I chased everything. I kept it hidden. I was a sick as my secrets."

"With God's grace and the support of MANY people who could relate to all the 'feelings' and a couple of sober angels...I've been able to stay sober, one day at a time, for 22 years," Curtis further said. "I was a high bottom, pun kind of intended, so the rare photo of me proudly drinking in a photo op is very useful to help me remember."

She concluded her post by saying, "To all those struggling and those who are on the path…MY HAND IN YOURS."

After turning her back on Vicodin and alcohol, Curtis reportedly started letting go of unnecessary things and relationships in her life.

"I am somebody who sheds every day," the Golden Globe winner told AARP. "Let's get rid of that, I don't need that. It's all about old ideas that don't work anymore."

As a result, she ditched "vampire" friendships and began establishing boundaries with the friends she has decided to keep.

She also had to scale down her acting career so she could devote more time to raising her two kids with Guest.

Jamie Lee Curtis as Dean Munsch Jamie Lee Curtis took to Instagram to tease tonight’s Season 2 finale of “Scream Queens.” Photo: Michael Becker/FOX