Julianne Moore Got Married From Therapy Advice

Was it out of love or because of what was said in a therapy session that actress Julianne Moore married her husband Bart Freundlich?

She told Britain’s Guardian newspaper,

“The only reason I got married in 2003 was for my children.

“I had a therapist who said marriage is really a container for a family and that made sense to me. Bart and I have been together for years. We have Caleb, 13, and our daughter Liv, who is eight.

“Some celebrities take their children everywhere with them, despite having to pull them away from school and friends.

“Because of my own childhood experiences, I try to work in New York or during the summer when my family can come with me. The days of doing a film where I need to be away for months during the school year are over.

“Bart and I try to spend time alone, but it is hard because the kids go, ‘Why are you going out? You went out last night.

“But we endeavor to make time for each other, take trips together. I wouldn’t call it a struggle. I wouldn’t say that it was easy. I think it’s what anybody I know who has a family and a career deals with. It’s a challenging balance. I feel fortunate that I’ve had both: and I work really hard to maintain both of them.”

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Julianne Moore Hates To Be Away From Her Family

Actress Julianne Moore, mother of Caleb, 13, and Liv, 8, shared that she hates to be away from her kids, but won’t drag them all over the country with her for her work.

I want to be with my husband and kids as much as I can,” she says. “Some celebrities take their children everywhere with them – despite having to pull them away from school and friends. Because of my own childhood experiences, I try to work in New York or during the summer, when my family can come with me.”

She also says that she’s dreading the day her kids go off to college and hopes they’ll choose a school close by:

It’s going to be a very big deal for me. I know all these teenagers – my friends’ kids – and I am always saying: ‘Let me give you a piece of advice. Make sure you can drive home or take the train home, because if you have to fly, it’s too far!’ “

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What Does Mommy Do? Julianne Moore’s Kids Don’t Really Care

Julianne Moore’s children aren’t allowed to see her movies — and they probably wouldn’t want to, anyway. The 49-year-old actress told CNN that her movies are too grown-up for her 8- and 12-year-old children. Plus, Moore said it’s not really interesting to see your mother do anything.

“I think most of us have a very strong interest in our parents being our parents,” Moore said. “If my kids had an interest in my job, I would be worried.”

Most recently, she donated her time and a recipe to Barilla’s Share the Table program, which appears in “The Celebrity Pasta Lovers’ Cookbook.” The online-only recipes can be downloaded for free through Friday. Barilla hopes to encourage families to eat together and will donate $1 to Meals on Wheels each time the book is downloaded. See the interview here.

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Julianne Moore: At The End Of Your Day, 'The Most Important Thing Really Is Your Family'

That may be true, but that doesn’t mean that actress Julianne Moore wouldn’t like to have a little more alone time with husband Bart Freundlich.

Moore admits that it’s “impossible” to go on dates with her husband because of their children – Caleb (12) and Liv (8)  – who keep them very busy.

“That’s kind of impossible,” she said of date nights “I admire people who manage that.

“We try to get out when we can. We’re like any other couple. It’s always difficult.”

And even though the married couple struggles to spend quality time together, Moore knows her family is priority and is understanding that a relationship changes through the years.

“I think at the end of the day, the most important thing really is your family,” she said.

“Your relationship is never going to be what it was at the start — and the fact it’s not is something that we struggle with,” she said.

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Julianne Moore's Freckleface Strawberry

The beloved New York Times best selling children’s book Freckleface Strawberry, by the celebrated actress Julianne Moore, is adapted into a 75-minute musical chock full of  music, dance and fun!

The show opens on Friday, October 1st at New World Stages (340 West 50th St- between 8th and 9th Avenues) . The performance schedule is as follows: Wednesdays at 11 am & 2 pm; Thursdays & Fridays at 7pm; Saturdays at 11 am, 2 pm, & 4:30 pm; Sunday at 12 noon and 3 pm.  Ticket prices range from $39 – $68.50.

The musical chronicles the life of seven-year-old Strawberry being teased by her schoolmates for having bright red hair and freckles. She feels different from everyone else and does anything to get rid of them- from scrubbing them with soap and even wearing a ski mask to school. Strawberry goes on a journey and discovers that all people are different.

She ultimately learns to accept herself for all of who she is, freckles and all. The heartwarming musical explores the book’s key message that “we’re all different, just like everyone else.” Not only Strawberry but the other characters in the show learn to live in their own skin.