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Molly Sims: My family is my world

Published 20/05/2015

Molly Sims
Molly Sims

Molly Sims says becoming a mother has given her a sense of contentment that she never thought possible.

The 41-year-old model and presenter gave birth to her second child with husband Scott Stuber at the end of March.

And opening up about her newly-extended family, Molly said she had never realised how content she would become after having children.

“I think there’s a content you’ve never felt in your entire life. There’s a magic, there’s just a gratefulness that you can’t explain,” Molly told People.com.

“It’s so fun and I feel like my family is so important to me and lovely. There’s a fulfillness that she’s magic and she’s our magic. She has brought so much joy and fun and she’s opening up to the world and it’s awesome.”

Molly, who is also mother to two-year-old son Brooks, was speaking to People as she attended the 2015 Communities in Schools of Los Angeles Annual Gala on Monday night.

The stunning blonde struggled to fall pregnant for a second time, but admits that the process made Scarlett’s arrival that much more special.

“She was a little bit difficult to get and I got her and I’m so happy,” she said.

As well as her modeling career, Molly is a successful author – having penned The Everyday Supermodel.

She recently made her return to work, and says that while it was difficult, the support from her husband and children has been beyond helpful.

“I was like, ‘Okay, Mama is going to go for her first day of work,’ and all of a sudden [Scarlett] gave me a grin,” she said..

“I was like, ‘Oh my God!’ I called my husband and was like, ‘She smiled!’ It was the first smile.”

Molly and film producer Scott tied the knot in September 2011.

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