Actress Amy Adams is a big fan of motherhood. Eight months after welcoming her adorable daughter Aviana, the Oscar-nominated star explains to The Guardian why becoming a mom has been such a “huge relief.”
“I highly recommend having children – it felt like exactly what my body was supposed to do at that point. More than anything else ever, it just felt physically right being pregnant,” says the star of The Fighter. “My friends without kids say, ‘Oh I don’t know how you do it, getting so tired.’ And I just think, ‘I don’t know how they don’t do it.'”
Though she’s used to living life in the spotlight, Amy says she’s happy to turn her own focus on somebody else.
“It’s a huge relief not being the most important person in the room anymore. I hadn’t realised quite how sick of myself I’d become.”