Sadly, I haven't had a brain cell since I had children.
I'm a hopeless romantic. I love love. My middle name is Love. Valentine's Day is my favorite holiday. I want to have a family and children. I am a sucker for every romantic comedy that comes out.
I've always wanted to be a mom. I had a great relationship with mine. I'm ready to pass on to my child all the great love that my mom had for me.
I was born and brought up in the countryside. I used to live in a sort of converted stables on the grounds of a castle, and I spent a lot of my childhood running around with a pretend sword pretending to be Robert the Bruce.
I'm very lucky. I had a great childhood.
I wasn't one of those hideous children who make their parents sit through hour-long performances when you're seven. I didn't do anything like that thankfully.
I was pretty quiet as a child.
Whenever you're the child of a famous person, you get judged in odd ways because of that.
Pretend was a big part of my childhood.
You always hear people say that having kids changes everything, but you can't fully realize it until you have children yourself.
I'm a chairperson for 'No Kid Hungry', a campaign for poor American children.
The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother.
But I was very much into sports when I was a child.
The necessity to constantly turn in an excellent performance, to be absolutely wedded to this dedication and this ideal means that as a child you're going to pay for it personally.
I write to tell my grandchildren where they come from, and what their grandparents were up to, and I hope they will in their own way continue. I invite anyone else to listen in.
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