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The actress has been back and forth about her beliefs about vaccines
Aaron Rodgers’ fiancée Shailene Woodley has shared a cryptic message on Twitter in response to the Green Bay Packers quarterback’s decision to opt out of the latest round of children’s vaccinations.
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Rodgers, a 32-year-old NFL star, told reporters last week that he and his family had decided not to vaccinate children before they began dating the 25-year-old actress in July 2016.
“We’ve never been ones to push for things but a lot of our family is very informed and educated, and once they came to us and spoke to us, we thought it was the right decision,” Rodgers said last week.
Woodley tweeted on Sunday: “do u remember the curl up in bed with a cookie and listen 2 your love saying and do u remember how yrs go by when u get out there and do the best u can and say ‘what matters most’? #trashylove”.
The pair met when she played his girlfriend in the film The Fault in Our Stars, in which they played cancer patients. The movie was based on the novel of the same name by John Green.
This prompted the former teen actress to direct one of her tweets at Rodgers.
“What makes us special is our individuality,” she wrote. “And when we choose not to validate or value what someone else’s interpretation of something should be then everyone is left with their own truths.”
Woodley was also mocked by many on Twitter for another tweet which seemed to promise a more religious approach to education.
“With this type of authority we need actual prophets rather than pedagogical experts. I’m a fierce & judgemental lover with a questionably bright mind. I need educators & scientists, not hippies with cute cupcakes.”