Celebrity Parents Jake Gyllenhaal and His Mom Babysat Maggie Gyllenhaal's Daughter as She Won Four Gotham Awards Maggie Gyllenhaal shares daughters Ramona, 15, and Gloria Ray, 9, with husband Peter Sarsgaard By Mary Park and Georgia Slater Georgia Slater Twitter Georgia Slater is a writer/reporter on the Parents team at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 30, 2021 12:22 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal at the Venice premiere of her new film The Lost Daughter. Photo: Daniele Venturelli/WireImage Jake Gyllenhaal is reporting for uncle duty! Maggie Gyllenhaal, 43, caught up with PEOPLE at the Gotham Awards in New York City on Monday night, sharing that her youngest daughter, Gloria Ray, 9, was at home for the evening with her mother Naomi Foner and brother Jake, 40. "My little one is at home with my mom and brother and they're making pasta and eating cake because it's too late for her to be out," she says. Maggie and husband Peter Sarsgaard are also parents to 15-year-old daughter Ramona, who made a rare appearance at Monday's awards. Asked whether Maggie hopes that Ramona follows in her directorial footsteps, the mom of two jokes, "I think she's going to be a supreme court justice." "I'm kidding — but she's an incredible student," she adds. 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. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Jake Gyllenhaal Raves About Being an Uncle to Sister Maggie's 'Most Incredible' Daughters Maggie took home several Gotham Awards for her recent directorial debut in The Lost Daughter, including best feature, Bingham Ray breakthrough director and best screenplay. She also accepted her star Olivia Coleman's award for outstanding lead performance, which was tied with Frankie Faison for his role in The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain. In September, Jake spoke to The Sunday Times about his two nieces, raving that they are "truly, and I'm not just saying this because it's an interview, two of the most incredible people." "They come from a long line of incredible women and they're even more incredible than the ones before them," Jake added, referring to his sister and their writer/director mother Foner, 75. Jake said that he spent most of his nieces' childhoods only seeing them "at a dinner or a thing" and admitted that they don't watch his movies — but he's since had more time to bond with them. Recently, he said, the girls have been "coming to stay with me, you know, when my sister and my brother-in-law need a break, and actually having the time to say let's spend five days together." He added that he's enjoyed getting "to know them and watching them grow up and actually sitting and listening to their experiences and the things that they're going through."