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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Duff struggling to return to work

Hilary Duff

Hilary Duff says she is struggling to return to work after giving birth to her son Luca a year ago.

The actress gave birth to her son Luca Cruz Comrie nearly a year ago.

Speaking to Life & Style magazine, Hilary, 25, said she has found being back on set again something of a readjustment.

“It’s hard to be away [from Luca],” she admitted to the magazine. “I did a guest spot on Raising Hope.

“I was so happy to be on a set again, but it was hard.

“I also had a day of [thinking,] ‘I need to get home - What am I doing away from my baby?’”

Luca is Hilary and her husband Mike Comrie’s first child.

The Lizzie McGuire star and the former ice hockey player tied the knot back in 2010 before she gave birth to Luca last March.

“It took a few months for me to be like, ‘Okay, this is me now, this is who I am now, this is how I do things now,” Hilary added about motherhood.

She also revealed that she and her husband, who are based in Los Angeles, are not planning to add to their brood quite yet.

“Honestly, it’s such an adjustment,” she said. “I’m not trying to have [another] baby any time soon!”

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