Diane Kruger is getting candid about motherhood.
In a new interview with Sunday Telegraph, the 45-year-old actress talked about her decision to wait until her 40s to have a baby (she is a mom to a 3-year-old daughter, who she shares with Norman Reedus).
“I am so glad I did not have a kid at 30,” she told the outlet. “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.”
“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,” she continued. “But at 30, I know I would not have been ready to do this properly.”
In another interview with Women’s Health, the actress discussed about the impact motherhood has had on her career.
“Everything changed with motherhood — it’s such a cliché, but it’s true,” she shared. “The way I look at work is different. I love to work; in fact, I cherish it more today than I did before, but at the same time, you look at everything from a different angle,” she told the outlet. “It’s not: What’s it going to do for my career? It’s more about: Could it fit into my schedule? How can I make it work? Is it going to be worthwhile?”