It’s the time to look back for years and know some celebrity Moms Who Openly Embraced Parenthood in Their Later Years. So, here is a list of some celebrities who waited until their 40s or later!
Famous American broadcast doesn’t have her own kids but she adopted two daughters in her 50s and she doesn’t feel embraced as an older mom, she also admits she’s faced some criticism.
Hoda Kotb talked about a handwritten letter to “TODAY” in which she shared it was an ‘ouch’ movement for her, the television personality said, “I opened the letter, and it was something along the lines of ‘How dare you bring a child into this world at your age? Don’t you know what you’re doing to that child?”
“It went on and on. It took my breath away because that actually was my ‘ouch.’ I was scared, like, ‘Is this something that is smart for me to do, and am I helping or am I ultimately going to be harming?'”
She also talked about her late father, she said, “I know the foundation he left. I know it was worth every second of that time.”
@hodaandjenna also shared the video of Hoda, in which she was talking about a letter. She also captioned the post, “After discussing @arianagrande’s viral post about being body-shamed this week, @hodakotb recalls the time she received a handwritten letter that shamed her for having children at her age.”
Eva was blessed with his son when she was 43, In an interview with Parents, Eva shared, she may be older than some parents, but her age has helped her become more patient and now she can spend more time with his lovely son.
Eva said, “Santi was meant to be with me at this stage in my life. I’m patient, I don’t work as much — even if it doesn’t seem that way! It’s the right time.,”
Diane Kruger welcomed her first kid when she was 42, Diane revealed earlier, she feels “resentful” about parenting, but now she is happy to do it all.
In an interview with Sunday Telegraph, Diane Kruger said, “I am so glad I did not have a kid at 30. I think I would have absolutely resented it for all the things that you have to give up because today I am happy to do so,”
Diane was not ready in his 30s but now she is ready, She said, “I have been to every party, I have been to every country that I wanted to visit. So I’m 100 percent ready and willing to give my kid that attention. But at 30, I know I would not have been ready to do this properly.”
Halle Berry welcomed his first child at the age of 41 and second at 47, giving birth after 40s was the perfect time for the first runner-up in Miss USA. She explained she knows herself much better and now she is ready to take care of her kids.
She told Us Weekly, “You’re so much more ready to be a parent after 40 than when you’re 20. You know yourself better.”
“You’ve done a lot of things for yourself, selfishly. When you wait later in life, you can really put your kids forward I think in a more meaningful way,”
Geena Davis gave birth to her two kids in her 40s, She says it was a perfect time not only for her right partner but also feels that there is more to life than she has to offer.
In an interview with Good Housekeeping, Geena said, “I felt 100 percent that I would be such a better parent than I would have been even five years earlier and certainly 10 or 20 years earlier.,”
She added, “I’m sure there are younger people who have figured things out long before I did, but in my case, I became a parent with exactly the right person, at exactly the right time.”
Cameron welcomed her daughter at the age of 47, In the podcast “Goop” She revealed, “I’m lucky to be my age, lucky to have those girlfriends, lucky to have my daughter, lucky to have all the support I do raising her.,”
Nicole Kidman welcomed her 3rd and 4th kid when she was in her 40s. The mother of 4 said herself an “older mother”. In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning, she shared, “It makes me sad. I would just like to be here long enough to have my children grow up and for me to see them thriving. That’s all I ask,”
She added, “I’m an older mother, so, you know…It’s that prayer of, ‘Gosh, let me be here.'”
The right time for Salma to welcome her daughter was in her 40s, she thinks she can be a “better mother” as she is had become more patient.
Salma told Grow by WebMD, “I’m a more fulfilled human being now, and I probably wouldn’t have been 10 years ago. She gets a better mother for being born now,”
She added, “I feel that I’ve done enough things in life where I can appreciate the time I spend with her as my No. 1 priority and not feel I’m missing out on something…I feel I’m a lot more patient. I wouldn’t trade this for anything in the world.”
The perfect time for Diane to become a mother was in her 50s but sometimes she realizes that she is the older mother for her kids but she also knows it is a perfect time to become a perfect mom.
In an interview with Ladies Home Journal Diane, she said, “My life went a certain way and suddenly I was 50 with no purpose and I wanted a family,”
She continued, “In some ways my children are lucky because I’m much less self-involved now. But they know they have this older parent, and that must be odd for them.”