"He sings lullabies all the time. He'll sing funny joke songs. They love his music," the Daily Express quoted her as saying. She also revealed that the only time she felt the urge to come out of “motherhood retirement" was when Moses became a year old. "I started to feel the fire again, and it had been a really long time since I had that feeling. I kind of understood and I was OK with it. There's a part of me that's an artist and that was OK. So I thought I would wait until my son was a year old, so he could have all my attention," she said.
"I felt I would be there every day until he was one and then, if there was a movie for me to do and if people hadn't totally forgotten about me, that would be great," she added.