Celebrity Parents Constance Wu Says Her 2-Year-Old Daughter Already Knows How to 'Command Alexa to Play a Song' The actress shares a 2-year-old daughter with boyfriend Ryan Kattner By Georgia Slater Georgia Slater Twitter Georgia Slater is a writer/reporter on the Parents team at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines and Julie Jordan Published on October 7, 2022 11:45 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Caitlin fisher Constance Wu's little girl is always ready to dance! The 40-year-old actress, whose new memoir Making a Scene came out on Tuesday, tells PEOPLE that her 2-year-old daughter already "knows how to command Alexa to play a song" and is always eager for a dance party. "She'll take anyone's hand, pull them into the middle of the room and say 'Dance!' " Wu adds. The Crazy Rich Asians star shares her daughter with boyfriend Ryan Kattner. Here's what else Wu had to say for PEOPLE's One Last Thing in this week's issue, on stands now: Last time I danced "Probably to 'Baby Shark' or 'Wheels on the Bus' because I have a toddler who loves music and now knows how to command Alexa to play a song. She'll take anyone's hand, pull them into the middle of the room and say 'Dance!'" Last moment of nostalgia "Recently it was very hot, and it made me long for Christmas. I grew up on the East Coast, where the air can be kind of cold and sharp, but it invigorates you. I was definitely feeling nostalgic for childhood holiday time." Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Constance Wu. Frazer Harrison/Getty Constance Wu Says Chris Pratt Was 'So Supportive' as She Returned to Work After Giving Birth Last perfect day off "Just being able to cook and enjoy a meal with my daughter. The other day I took her to get ice cream for the first time, and seeing her enjoy her first ice cream cone was the most perfect thing." Last time I faced a fear "I went on social media recently to talk about something that was really painful to me [a past suicide attempt]. I'm still a little bit scared. of social media because it really hurt me in a way. The ultimate hope was that it was helpful for people who are keeping the same feelings private to know that they're not alone." Last moment of bliss "Holding my baby when she wakes up at 3 a.m. and being the one to be able to comfort her in the middle of the night. Even though I'm tired, I know when she's a teenager, I'm going to miss this." For more on Constance Wu, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday, or subscribe here.