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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Cameron Diaz: I’d make a great stepmom

Published 06/02/2013

Cameron Diaz
Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz has spoken about her desire for a family, insisting she would be happy to be a stepmother in the future.

The 40-year-old actress is often asked whether she would like children and has started to think about the different ways she might have a family. While she would love to fall pregnant, the currently-single star is also open to other methods of parenting.

"I want babies, I want a lot, if I’m lucky I will get pregnant or I will adopt. I could also be a great stepmother for the children of a partner who already had babies. I’m totally available to the idea of a family," she told Italian magazine Io Donna.

Although Cameron enjoys her work, it's not the most important thing in her life. She relishes the days she spends with her loved ones and thinks more people should try to live for the moment.

"The most important things in my life are my family and friends. I want to enjoy life. I don’t want to feel sad thinking about what I didn’t have," she explained. "I don’t understand the people who say, 'My college years were the best of my life.' The truth is that what you’re living now is the best moment of your life. Enjoy it!”

Cameron's killer physique has often hit the headlines over the years and she is proud of her body. She enjoys exercising and always eats well, but admits her figure is changing as she ages.

She doesn't see that as something to get upset about though.

"I don’t care about wrinkles. And if we want to talk about how I feel; well, I must say that I’ve never been better. I’m happier, I’m more satisfied, I know myself better and thanks to the experiences I've had and the people I've loved, I’m wiser. Getting older is so relieving," she said.

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