Oscar-winner Julia Roberts is a mom to twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, 6, and son Henry, 3. She is also a wife to husband Danny Moder and manages an A-list career. So how does she do it all? No “Mom guilt.”
“I felt I earned the right to stay home and be home and get super selective about what I wanted to do work wise,” Roberts explained to Access Hollywood‘s Kit Hoover.
And on top of limits at work, she sets boundaries at home as well.
“I try to have a steadfast rule that I run a kitchen, not a diner,” shares the actress. “So, I just make one meal, and this morning there was a little variation on that theme. I did take a couple of different requests. I try to be healthy, but I — listen, I love myself some bacon! So, I have to cook what I think we’re all going to enjoy. But I try to make it as healthy as possible.”
Roberts recently premiered “Extraordinary Moms,” a documentary featuring Rosie O’Donnell, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Christiane Amanpour, and other inspirational mothers, on the Oprah Winfrey Network Saturday, May 7.
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