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- These moms have always been incredible, but they've also helped erase assumptions and stereotypes about kids over 40! See photos of incredible moms like Halle Berry, Gwen Stefani and more
These moms have always been incredible, but they've also helped erase assumptions and stereotypes about kids over 40! See photos of incredible moms like Halle Berry, Gwen Stefani and more
What it means to be a mom has completely changed in our time. Now women skillfully combine their family life and professional careers, find time to take care of themselves and those they love, and plan a family in later life. This means that some women have children aged 40 and over!
Stars like Halle Berry, Gwen Stefani and many others either gave birth to their first or second child after 40, or started having children at that age. They prove time and time again that age is just a number when it comes to motherhood and that they can provide their children with a warm and safe environment to grow. Let's take a look at these amazing moms after 40.
Halle Berry is known for her many accomplishments. She is the first black woman to win an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role, she was inspired by her Friday fitness Instagram posts, and she is a loving and devoted mother of two. Holly gave birth to her first child, daughter Nala, in March 2008 at the age of 41. At 47, Holly had her second child, a son Maceo… Now at 54, Holly is still balancing her career as a director and an actress, prioritizing her time with her kids!
Fans know 50-year-old Gwen Stefani is a devoted mother to three boys: 14-year-old Kingston, 12 year old Zume and 6-year-old Apollo. But since she is definitely ageless, fans may not know that Gwen gave birth to her six-year-old son, 44! That's right, No Doubt's vocalist, as expected, was quite surprised when she found out she was pregnant at the age of about 40. Nonetheless, the singer, who shares three sons with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, has proven that her age in no way prevents her from being a real figure in her children's lives.