She might be single, but that doesn’t mean Cameron Diaz doesn’t also have babies on the mind. The Hollywood actresses, who turns 40 this year, says that while she still doesn’t have children, there’s still plenty of time for her to dive into motherhood in the coming years. In an interview with Esquire Magazine, she says:
“I don’t need to have the children in my life be a part of my literal flesh. And anyway, there’s still a possibility of that, I ain’t that old. I’m feeling very … capable.”
Talk about having some very good friends in some very great places! According to reports, Drew Barrymore‘s very special pal Cameron Diazthrew her a baby shower in Los Angeles for all of her family and friends.
“Kids were jumping in a bouncy castle,” a source tellsUs Weekly of the shindig, where 50 guests splashed around in the pool and noshed on chips and guacamole. Drew’s husband of two months, WillKopelman also attended the event.
Pregnant Drew Barrymore showed off her growing bump when she was spotted out and about with her fiancé, Will Kopelman, and her best Hollywood friend, Cameron Diaz in Los Angeles, Calif. on Wednesday afternoon.
It looks like Drew is more than just midway through her pregnancy. Even though she’s never confirmed it, tell us, do you think she’s having a boy or a girl?
The stars of the hit baby film “What To Expect While You Are Expecting” hit the red carpet for the London premiere on Tuesday afternoon. Hollywood stars Cameron Diaz, Chase Crawford, and Anna Kendrick were all on hand for the premiere, with co-star Jennifer Lopez noticeably absent.
Check out our photos and tell us, who do you think looked best on the red carpet? Also, have you seen the film yet?
Actresses Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz, Brooklyn Decker, Anna Kendrick and Elizabeth Banks all grace the cover of this month’s issue of Redbook Magazine to promote their latest big screen offering, “What To Expect While You Are Expecting.” The ladies dish about babies, motherhood, and hands-on dads.
Here are a few snippets of what they had to say:
Did you have a time line in terms of when you thought you’d be married and have kids? Cameron Diaz: I thought I was going to be married and have two children by the time I was 21. I think I felt I had to model my life after my mother’s. But then my career was starting to take off and there were still so many things I wanted to do. So that dream for me was shattered early on. After that I never put another time line on anything in my life.
What part of motherhood surprised you the most?
Jennifer Lopez: I remember after the babies were born, about seven to 10 days in, I was like, “What is going on with me?” I felt sad and depressed and thought the babies didn’t love me. I actually remember picking up the book [What to Expect When You're Expecting] to try to see what was happening to me, and it said how you have this huge hormonal drop about seven to 10 days after you give birth. It’s called the “baby blues.” But I just thought they didn’t like me!
There’s been a lot of talk about the new generation of dads-how hands-on they are. What do you think: Is it real, or is it hype?
Brooklyn Decker: I would hope I’m in a position where I have a guy who is going to be helping me all the way through-even when I’m moody and craving ice cream at 12 a.m. It didn’t take me long to know that Andy was the guy I was going to marry, and [what kind of dad he'd be] absolutely went through my mind when making that decision.
How does becoming a parent change your life?
Elizabeth Banks: I think the thing you always hear-but can’t really feel or believe-is how this little baby really does change your life. When you have children, it’s the entire focus of your life, but my capacity for joy has been opened up in a way I never thought possible.
Tell us, are you excited to see “What To Expect While You’re Expecting?”
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