Time passes for everyone and the great actress Julia Roberts can’t help it. She is now approaching a decisive moment in her life, the departure of her children to the university, and she has decided to face it as a good mother that she is also.
It seems like just yesterday that Julia Roberts and her husband, Danny Moder, were welcoming their twins, Phinnaeus and Hazel, into the world, but the kids are now 17 and headed off to college. The Pretty Woman star, who plays Watergate whistleblower Martha Mitchell on the Starz series, Gaslit (talking women who are told they don’t know what they’re talking about… a story as old as time! time!) spoke about this crucial moment in parenting that can worry many people.
“I mean, I get a little dizzy,” the happy mom admitted. “I am completely excited for them. It’s really exciting and I wasn’t lucky enough to have a college experience. And to see how it’s happening to them is really fascinating.”
And it’s absolutely true Julia Roberts was born on October 28, 1967 in Atlanta, Georgia. When Julia was just four years old, her parents unfortunately divorced her. The family moved to Smyrna, Georgia, where she Julia attended elementary, middle, and high school.
Julia Roberts is excited about the new stage of her children
Roberts was a band member during his high school years at Campbell High School and played the clarinet. Now a Hollywood legend, she dreamed of being a veterinarian, a degree she pursued at Georgia State University. Nevertheless, she didn’t graduate. Instead, when her older brother Eric and her sister moved to New York City, Julia decided to join them and pursue a career in acting which has been her livelihood and in a very good way. she.
Last year, Julia Roberts she remained stuck under the radar after arriving in Australia earlier this year with her family. The Hollywood star hit a bump with her children’s education during her extended stay in Australia as she prepared to film movies like the hit romantic comedy “Ticket to Paradise” with George Clooney, so she decided to enroll her children in exclusive Catholic schools on Sydney’s thriving North Shore.