Although Hilary Duff may be SuperMom now, she didn't always feel that way! The star recently got candid about the challenges she faced after getting pregnant at age 23 and raising a newborn baby at age 24, all while juggling a career.
While chatting on The Motherly Podcast, Hilary, now 31, talked about her perception of motherhood before giving birth to her first child, Luca.
"I guess I thought like you're a real adult once you have a baby," she said. "My perception was like, 'Oh, you have all the answers and you know all the things. Everything you say goes because you are God.'"
"I thought that very quickly when I became pregnant but then that shifted into like, this is just me, but I'm going to have to be that person to somebody," the star explained.
Hilary and her ex-husband Mike Comrie welcomed Luca, 7, on March, 20, 2012.
"It was a little isolating in the beginning because I didn't have any friends that had babies yet," the Disney Channel alum said. "But I had been working for such a long time that it felt like a natural step for me and I always knew I wanted to be a mom and I always knew that was going to be my number one priority in life."
Although Mike, 38, and Hilary decided to call it quits in February 2016, they are "still very close" and have a successful coparenting relationship.
The Younger actress welcomed her second child, Banks Violet in October 2018 with fiancé Matthew Koma.
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