On July 26, the movie “Juniors” was released in theaters, a comedy directed by Hugo Thomas and starring Vanessa Paradis.
On this occasion, the actress opened up to our colleagues at La Provence, where she spoke about her family life and her views on parenting.
Vanessa Paradis is a happy mother. The fifty-year-old singer takes great pride in seeing her children excel in their endeavors.
It is undeniable that the future looks promising, especially when observing the achievements of her eldest daughter, Lily-Rose Depp.
The twenty-four-year-old actress, the result of Vanessa’s previous relationship with J. Depp, has been making headlines at the beginning of summer 2023.
In the cast of the series “The Idol” alongside The Weeknd, Vanessa’s daughter has garnered much attention.
A few months ago, Lily was mentioned in an article in The New York Times criticizing how celebrities’ children can benefit from their parents’ network to kickstart their careers.
This was enough for Vanessa Paradis to take a stand and support her daughter. “I would put everything on the line for them.
My daughter, I have been closely following her work for 8 years.
She is a hard worker, rarely seen,” said the “Joe le taxi” actress, determined to defend her daughter vigorously. Indeed, this actress and mother does a lot for her children.
In the movie “Juniors” by Hugo Thomas, where she plays the role of a teacher dealing with the concerns of teenagers, the French actress shared her thoughts on her perception of parenting and how to raise her children.
Vanessa believes she is one of those fortunate mothers who have time to dedicate to their family. “For my part, I am sometimes very busy, but I have moments of calm… moments when, from dawn to dusk, they can’t stand me anymore, they are tired of my company, they are exhausted from my presence.
And then, when you enjoy being close to your children, you can never get enough of it!”
The star does not consider herself a helicopter mom. Nevertheless, this doesn’t stop her from admitting that her two children are her top priority. “No matter what time they call me, I will drop everything for them,” she concludes.