Cameron Diaz, qui a pris sa retraite d'acteur, n'embaucherait pas de nounou pour son bébéjanuari 11, 2020
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- Cameron Diaz, 47, announced the birth of her daughter, Raddix, with her husband, Benji Madden. People magazine reported that the couple will not be hiring a nanny to help with childcare.
- Some celebrities, like Chrissy Teigen and Amy Schumer, have been open about hiring caregivers, acknowledging the important role they play in their families.
- Diaz hasn’t shared how she had a baby at 47. Many women facing infertility couldn’t help but wonder if she used a surrogate or donor eggs.
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Cameron Diaz is taking on her most challenging role yet — stay-at-home mom.
The “Charlie’s Angels” actress had her first baby with husband Benji Madden late last month. The family has requested privacy during this exciting time, but a friend of the couple revealed to People Magazine that Diaz knows exactly how she wants to parent. She’s planning on taking a hands-on approach with daughter, Raddix.
According to People, Diaz won’t be hiring a nanny.
“Cameron wants to spend every second with the baby,” the news outlet reported.
Cameron Diaz wasn’t always so keen on becoming a mother
Diaz’s views on motherhood have evolved quite a bit.
In a 2014 interview with Esquire — prior to her marriage to Madden — Diaz said that she wasn’t interested in becoming a mom at that time.
“I like protecting people, but I was never drawn to being a mother,” Diaz told the magazine. “I have it much easier than any of them.”
She also noted that she was well aware of how big of an undertaking having a child could be.
“It’s so much more work to have children,” Diaz told the magazine. “A baby—that’s all day, every day for eighteen years.”
The actress is now all about being a mom and has said that she’s retired from film
“The Bad Teacher” star appears to have had a change of heart, and is prepared to take on every aspect of motherhood, according to People.
The actress, who has said that she’s retired from film, likely wasn’t concerned about the financial burden involved in hiring a caregiver. For many other parents in the US, cost is a major consideration. Often, it’s reason enough not to have children altogether.
Having a full-time nanny might not be in the budget for some parents. But among the Hollywood elite, it’s typically standard practice, even if they don’t always discuss it publicly.
A-listers like Chrissy Teigen and Amy Schumer have openly acknowledged how much they rely on their nannies
Some celebrities who have nannies have been refreshingly open about how crucial those caregivers are to the fabric of their families, underscoring just how stressful raising children can be, even with ample funds.
In an interview with Vanity Fair last month, model Chrissy Teigen said that she and her singer husband, John Legend, have several nannies for their two children, Luna and Miles. Teigen’s mother also lives with the family, and helps out.
Last month, Teigen posted a photo to Instagram of her personal chef and childcare providers on Instagram, and wrote: “Grateful for people that make our dysfunctional house functional. ❤️”
Actress Amy Schumer also took to Instagram to voice her appreciation for her son, Gene’s, nanny.
“This is our nanny who makes it possible for me to work and know that our baby is happy and healthy,” Schumer wrote alongside an image of she and her nanny wearing face masks.”I love her very much and we also both want to have nice skin. 😍”
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