The Oscar-winning actress, 41, shared a selfie via Instagram on Mother’s Day with her kids, Apple, 9, and Moses, 8, giving her some love.
“Feelin’ the love today. #lucky mama,” Gwyneth captioned the picture.
Paltrow wrote a blog post on Goop Thursday (May 8) addressing those who slammed her for insinuating that being a mom and working outside the home is easier than being a working mom in Hollywood.
Trying to clarify her original comments – she said:
“Film work takes one away from home and requires 12-14 hours a day, making it difficult to be the one to make the kids their lunch, drive them to school, and put them to bed. This somehow was taken to mean I had said a 9-5 job is easier.”
“And a lot of heat was thrown my way, especially by other working mothers who somehow used my out-of-context quote as an opportunity to express feelings (perhaps projected) on the subject.”
Just recently Gwyneth and Chris Martin announced the end of their 10-year marriage.
Source: Gwyneth Paltrow: Selfie Sunday
Beautiful American actress and singer Elizabeth Olsen is looking very cute in dark blue sleeveless dress. These gorgeous Elizabeth Olsen flaunting photos art photographed at Premiere of ‘Godzilla’ in London.
Source: Elizabeth Olsen Flaunting at Premiere of ‘Godzilla’ in London
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Monday, May 12, 2014
ANGELINA Jolie is done with Hollywood.
The actress — who’s currently promoting her first film in four years, Maleficent — is scaling back on her acting duties to focus on raising her six kids, and her work with the UN.
During a recent interview, Jolie — who’s engaged to Brad Pitt — was asked about where acting fits as a priority alongside being a mother, telling stories, directing and working with the UN.
“the side of fairytales I don’t like is that they tend to have these happy endings, or there’s just good and evil and things are perfect.
“I like to think that when there’s a good story for children it has a good sense of moral tale, and I think that’s what I try to teach my kids, and it’s what we tried to do with this film.
“Acting is going to be taking more of a back seat. I’ve had a wonderful career and I’m going to be taking all of the opportunities I’ve had to tell stories and work for as long as I have.
“I’m sure there’ll be a few more films, but I’m happy I’m able to be selective and have fun with characters like this. I would like to focus more on writing and directing, and above all I would like to focus more on my work with the UN.”
Source: Angelina Jolie: Done With Hollywood
Halle Berry is still basking in baby bliss since the arrival of her son, Maceo-Robert.
“[He's] perfect, just perfect. More love, more joy — having a new baby in your family brings that,” the actress, 47, told PEOPLE at Saturday’s 21st annual Revlon Run/Walk for Women in Los Angeles.
But the sudden surge of love in her life is balanced out by Berry’s need for a good night’s rest.
“[A new baby means] less sleep,” she says. “And I’m working on the TV show, [Extant]. It’s a new grind, it’s a new rhythm. We’re trying to get used to that. We’re managing.”
One thing the new mom has already gotten used to? Her body after baby.
“I’m healthy and that’s really good. When you’re nursing you can’t really diet because you have to keep producing milk,” Berry, also mom to 6-year-old daughter Nahla, explains.
“Listen, I’m healthy and I’m happy and that’s all that matters.”
As for the advice she’d give to former costar — and new dad – Bruce Willis, Berry jokes, “Well, I’m nursing right now. I don’t think he’s nursing himself so I don’t know what I could tell him.”
– Anya Leon with reporting by Matthew Cole Weiss
Source: Halle Berry Is ‘Healthy and Happy’ After Baby – and ‘That’s All That Matters’