Since her debut in the 1990 film “Pretty Woman,” in which she played one of the parts for which she is now mostly known, Julia Roberts has maintained her status as one of the most successful leading women in Hollywood. The actress has been honored with a number of prestigious awards for her work, including an Academy Award as well as three Golden Globes.
Roberts was born in Georgia on October 28, 1967, and throughout his childhood, he had the ambition to work in the veterinary field. But as she got older, her intentions shifted, and she ultimately chose to relocate to New York City so that she could pursue a career in acting there. It was then that she became a member of a modeling agency and started attending acting workshops.
The gamble that Roberts took paid off, and she has since established herself as one of the most famous Hollywood actresses in the history of the industry. In 2000, she was honored with an Academy Award for her performance in the film “Erin Brockovich.” “Notting Hill,” “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” and “Ocean’s Eleven” are just a few of the other well-known films that she has starred in. Roberts is recognized for being very gorgeous and kind-hearted, qualities that have helped her garner even more affection from fans and critics alike. She has been selected the most beautiful woman in the world five times by People magazine.
Nevertheless, despite the fact that she is one of the most renowned persons in the world, the actress does all in her power to shield both herself and her family from the scrutiny of the media. In line with the fact that she prefers to keep her personal life secret, Roberts did not marry another famous person but chose to wed cinematographer Daniel Moder in the year 2002. They became acquainted while working on the set of the film “The Mexican,” for which Moder was the cinematographer. They have a total of three children as a couple. However, despite having one of the most famous faces in the world, Roberts is content to fulfill her most essential roles—that of a mother and a wife—at home, away from the limelight.
After spending the better part of her 20s as a runaway bride, during which time she called off one marriage and many engagements, Roberts met Moder and realized that she had finally found the one she was meant to be with. The fact that Moder was still married to his first wife, Vera Steimberg, when he and Roberts met was a minor obstacle that had to be overcome before the pair could be together. Despite this, Moder divorced his wife not long after, and his relationship with Roberts has proven to be a true love tale; the couple has been together for almost 20 years and is stronger than ever in their affection for one another.
In June of 2002, the pair tied the knot, putting an end to any further attempts by the bride to elope. The limited number of occasions that Roberts has given the world a glimpse inside her relationship with Moder reveals that the two of them have something that is really remarkable to share. During an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow in the year 2018, she said, “Really, we are very blessed in that manner. Simply put, we have a tremendous amount of affection for one another, and we take great pleasure in spending time together.
A few years after their wedding, the couple welcomed three more members into their family: twins called Phinnaeus and Hazel, who are now 18 years old, and a boy named Henry, who is 15 years old. Since that time, Julia Roberts has made it very clear how much she appreciates being a mother. In a recent interview with “Today,” Roberts said, “I met (Moder) when I was ready… And then we invite these children into our lives when we’re ready to best partner with them.” She also said in an interview on “CBS Sunday Mornings” that being a mother and a wife is her greatest hope for the future.
“The life that we’ve made with our children as our partners. And that is the most valuable material… “The goal is to be victorious when you get home to them at the end of the day,” she said.
Roberts has characterized herself as a “desperately satisfied housewife,” despite the fact that she leads a very busy life as an actress and as the mother of three adolescents. She feels that living at home provides her with an incredible amount of satisfaction.
Roberts, a proud mother who does not shy away from sharing her views, is not hesitant to talk about how she feels about running around after her kids and life at home. In 2010, she was quoted as saying:
“I no longer have the time or the luxury to just sit around. Before I had children, Im sure I had a lot of extra time, but I can’t remember what I did with it and I didn’t value it enough. But in exchange for it, you get such an amazing benefit. I don’t have time to get a pedicure, yet despite that, I couldn’t be happier.
Roberts seems unfazed by the ups and downs that come with being a mother, despite the fact that her schedule is quite hectic. She remarked, “My life at home offers me complete and utter happiness.” On some days, the moment you complete preparing breakfast and cleaning up the kitchen, it is time to begin preparing lunch, and by the time you have finished preparing lunch, it is time to begin preparing supper… On the other hand, there are those days when it is simply so imaginative and so much fun, and my children will assist me. And, as is the case with everyone who is a mother or a wife, it just gets ingrained in your day-to-day activities. On some days it’s a lot of fun, while on other days it seems like a job.
It is possible that the celebrity is appearing onscreen less frequently these days because she is devoting more of her time and energy to her family. This may include doing things that are typical for mothers, such as doing the laundry and the dishes, as well as driving her children to and from school and preparing meals. According to Daily Mail, Roberts told the publication InStyle that “cooking three meals a day for my family is both a luxury and an honor for me.” She continued by saying that “it is a luxury on a level that I didn’t even comprehend.”
She went on to describe the significance of mealtimes spent seated around the table with her family to her. “Every day, including weekends and holidays, I sit down with my children for breakfast and supper. “I believe it really punctuates, you know, beginning things together and kind of processing and winding it down together,” she added. “I think it really punctuates it.”