Usually very discreet about her private life, Monica Bellucci opens up in an interview with Gala and reveals details about her relationship with her daughters. The 57-year-old actress says her kids have 'brought her back to earth'...
The 57-year-old actress, Monica Bellucci , speaks in an interview with our colleagues from Gala , in the pages of the magazine for Thursday, September 29. Usually very discreet about her private life, the actress confides in and shares details about her role as a mother, on his relationship with his daughters , Deva, 18, and Léonie, 12, born of a previous union with the actor Vincent Cassel , as well as on their education and the values she wants to instill in them.
A sentence reveals all the importance of motherhood for the actress, she reveals to Gala: ' My job made me fly. And my children put me back on the ground '. Through her words, she makes it clear that her daughters are simply the apple of her eye. Monica Bellucci explains with a smile that they have been the answer to all her questions: ' Despite a lifetime of travels and emotions, encounters, everything, it's the ultimate experience '.
Having become a mother for the first time at 40, she adds: ' Perhaps it was because I had them late, that I experienced their births so intensely... 'In contrast, Monica Bellucci insists that children cannot be the solution to all problems:' It would be too great a responsibility to make them bear '. But her experience and her role as a mother have forged her: ' it anchored me in something very strong and very beautiful '.
Her eldest daughter, Deva, 18, follows in her mother's footsteps and has started a modeling career. Monica Bellucci marvels at her independence: ' Today's children go much faster than us. They have an already affirmed maturity. And are not afraid to talk about their sensitivity, to say what weakens them, and I find that great. We, we didn't dare at the same age “The actress is proud of the values she instilled in her daughters;” Afterwards, I don't want to be a mother who locks up, on the contrary, I'm happy to see them fly away '.
Our colleagues ask her if she is afraid of being alone and the 57-year-old actress replies that she is not: ' On the one hand because we never had a very daily life, in the sense that we traveled a lot, so there was not this routine that we can be afraid of losing. And then the children are still there, even if they are no longer to me physically '. She does not apprehend the future and would even happy to be a grandmother , she tells ; ' If it were up to me I would love it even now! But, for my daughter, I hope she will wait a bit! 'Source journaldesfemmes.fr