Pink wants to encourage young girls to “be really kind” to each other, as she shared her top tips to spreading "girl power".
Gwyneth Paltrow has urged mothers to be supportive of one another, particularly during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rooney Mara says motherhood has made her “more determined than ever” to help create a “kinder and more sustainable world”.
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Amanda Seyfried admits motherhood changed her approach to acting and also what roles she's been offered.
Model Ashley Graham says becoming a mother to her 15-month-old son Isaac last year has brought "peace" to her life.
Jodie Turner-Smith says being a mother has made her “advocate ever harder” for herself, because she realised how mothers are “discriminated against” in the workplace.
'Stone Cold Sober' star Paloma Faith admits her four-year-old daughter is a "terrible singer".
Emma Roberts wishes someone told her motherhood is something she will “get better at every day”, because she assumed she would need to have all the answers as soon as her son was born.
Michelle Obama has joked that her husband Barack Obama just plays golf to "avoid" her.
Sophie Turner says motherhood is her “favourite job” after she and her husband, Joe Jonas, welcomed their daughter Willa into the world seven months ago.
Maria Shriver is “in awe” of her daughter Katherine Schwarzenegger’s parenting skills, as she praised the author as a "beautiful mother".
Nicki Minaj admits breastfeeding "is very painful" as she opens up on motherhood and giving birth for the first time.
America Ferrera’s daughter “bursts into tears” around new people, because she’s spent all of her life in lockdown and isn't used to meeting people.
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