celebrity mums

Inspiring quotes from our favourite celebrity mums

March 8, 2019Celebrity, Lifestyle, Real life

Happy International Women’s day! As the world celebrates women, champions their achievements and recognises their challenges, we want to give a special shout out to the amazing mums out there. We’ve rounded up a few inspiring quotes from our favourite celebrity mums to remind you of how incredible you all are.

Tina Fey


“I think every working mom probably feels the same thing. You go through big chunks of time where you’re just thinking, ‘This is impossible—oh, this is impossible.’ And then you just keep going and keep going, and you sort of do the impossible.”

Drew Barrymore


“You have the highest highs and yet you’re facing the biggest fear of, “How do I keep someone alive?”

Reese Witherspoon


“It means a lot to me to have two kids who support my ambition to change perceptions of women. As moms, we have a unique opportunity to keep changing this attitude that ambition is an ugly quality in women.”

Viola Davis


“I tell my daughter every morning, ‘Now, what are the two most important parts of you?’. And she says, ‘My head and my heart’. Because that’s what I’ve learned in the foxhole: What gets you through life is strength of character and strength of spirit and love.”

Jennifer Lopez


“When I had my children I felt that type of love, which I know every mom out there understands, it made me understand that there was a purity to love. That there is an unconditional love.”

Beyoncé Knowles


“My daughter introduced me to myself. My mother and I are so close, and I always prayed that I would have that type of relationship with my daughter. And she’s still a baby, but the connection I had with her when I was giving birth was something that I’ve never felt before.”

Angelina Jolie


“Sometimes, when I want to take on the world, I try to remember that it’s just as important to sit down and ask my son how he’s feeling or talk to him about life.”

Kim Kardashian


‘It is an adjustment trying to balance a career and motherhood for sure, but the key is to prioritize. You become more selective and work on projects that are so meaningful because you want every other waking moment spent with your family. You have to remember though to make time for yourself.’