Laura Smet's secrets about her son: 'Being a mom brought me back to basics'

Back to the theater, Laura Smet indulged in a few secrets about her role as a mom in the columns of Version Femina.

 Laura Smet's secrets about her son: 'Being a mom m'a ramenée à l'essentiel"

It's the back-to-school event: the discreet Laura Smet will tread the boards of the Montparnasse Theater, in the play The Uncertainty Principle by Simon Stephens. A great first for the young woman who had exiled herself to the peninsula of Cap Ferret, far from prying eyes, fully living her role as a mother.

Laura Smet: 'Being a mom brought me back to basics'

Interviewed by Version Femina , she confided in this new project and her son Leo, who will celebrate his two years next October. 'J I only need my son and my husband to be happy. The rest, the cinema, the roles, it's a bonus ', enthuses the young woman of 38 years. Visibly fulfilled by motherhood, the daughter of Nathalie Baye has revealed herself. ' Being a mom has brought me back to basics. That's probably why I wanted to theatre, it's also the very essence of this profession. she confides again.

Laura Smet: 'The only thing that matters to me is that my son is happy'

The one who confides in being ' relaxed ' after the birth of his son, also expresses his relief: ' I am happy that my child has arrived after all that has happened. The only thing that matters to me is that my son is happy, and I will do everything to ensure that the dialogue is never broken between us. ' Determined not to be parasitized by family resentments, Laura Smet explains to learn ' every day in contact with him, I try to improve myself. “Nor is there any question of conveying his own anxieties to Leo, as the actress aptly puts it: “ I'm a big “freak” of departures but, as I don't want to transmit this anxiety to him, I force myself to transform these moments of stress into great joys. '

Laura Smet: 'I was shocked by everything that happened after my father died'

With this new challenge awaiting her at the start of the school year, Laura Smet is concentrating on the best that her job offers her, further specifying: ' The theater may open other doors. I have always been seen as someone a little ethereal, unreal, but this role is more contemporary, everyday 'Good in her skin, good in her life, she now lives in Cap Ferret, which she will leave for her next few months for Paris. This exile has done her good, especially after the death of her father, Johnny Hallyday. ' I've always been a field mouse. And then I was a bit shocked by everything that happened after my father died, I needed calm. This place is my universe, my refuge, my paradise .'



Source journaldesfemmes.fr