Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez Redbook Cover

Cameron, Jennifer, and Brooklyn Talk Babies and More With Redbook

Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Lopez, Brooklyn Decker, Elizabeth Banks, and Anna Kendrick on the cover of June's Redbook.

Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Lopez share the cover of June's Redbook. The girls posed alongside their What to Expect When You're Expecting leading ladies Brooklyn Decker, Elizabeth Banks, and Anna Kendrick. The parenthood themes of the movie were addressed in the accompanying interview, with J Lo sharing about her experiences after welcoming twins Max and Emme. Brooklyn spoke about her high hopes for husband Andy Roddick as a dad and Cameron touched on how she changed her life plans to accommodate her acting success. For more photos of Jennifer, Cameron, and Brooklyn, check out Redbook's June issue online, or when it hits newsstands on May 15. Here are highlights:

  • Cameron on expectations: "I thought I was going to be married and have two children by the time I was 21. I think I felt I had to model my life after my mother's. But then my career was starting to take off and there were still so many things I wanted to do. So that dream for me was shattered early on. After that I never put another time line on anything in my life."
  • Jennifer on the surprises of motherhood: "I remember after the babies were born, about seven to 10 days in, I was like, 'What is going on with me?' I felt sad and depressed and thought the babies didn't love me. I actually remember picking up the book [What to Expect When You're Expecting] to try to see what was happening to me, and it said how you have this huge hormonal drop about seven to 10 days after you give birth. It's called the 'baby blues.' But I just thought they didn't like me!"
  • Brooklyn on expectations for fatherhood: "I would hope I'm in a position where I have a guy who is going to be helping me all the way through — even when I'm moody and craving ice cream at 12 a.m. It didn't take me long to know that Andy was the guy I was going to marry, and [what kind of dad he'd be] absolutely went through my mind when making that decision."