Between receiving awards and taking care of her family, Julia Roberts found the time to sit down with Vanity Fair for their upcoming December issue. The Charlie Wilson's War star dishes on celebrity and what she'd do if her kids wanted to act, dropping her baby weight, and how she knew her husband Danny Moder was the one. Here's more:
- On her kids wanting to act: "I would call Natalie Portman's mother. Natalie is such a good actress, but she seems like such a sensible person. I asked her about it one day when we were doing Closer, and she said she only worked with people that her parents trusted, and she only worked when it didn't impact her school... I hope I don't face that, though, because I think kids should be kids and childhood should be filled with ... you know that smell, when your kids come in and they smell like dirt and sweat and sunshine? That's what I hope for my kids."
- On being a celebrity: "We're all the same. Why can't we get on board with this? That we're all the same. Some have cooler jobs, some have less cool jobs, some have longer legs, some are nicer people, but we're all the same. We're all orbiting the same sun."
- On marrying her husband: "It was, the most correct decision I've ever made in my life--not that it was even a decision, because it just overtakes you. My whole body knew."
It's been almost 20 years since Pretty Woman and we're still interested in this a-list actress's fun outlook on life. It sounds like Julia found her real life knight in shining armor with Danny and we can't wait to read the rest of her interview and see her gorgeous photoshoot in the magazine.