Amanda Seyfried is talking family life amid the pandemic.
The 35-year-old Mamma Mia actress made an appearance on The Talk on Thursday (December 10).
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During her appearance, Amanda opened up about life at home with daughter Nina and her newborn son, which she welcomed with husband Thomas Sadoski earlier this year.
“It’s incredible. I just ran back to my house just to sniff him. It’s kind of crazy, you know everybody says it’s crazy to be home, but this is a silver lining, I get to be with him,” she gushed.
She also talked about life with her growing daughter.
“I think because she’s 3 and a half…we prepared her really well and she’s the sweetest, gentlest…she’s been a dream…she’s performing all the time. She sings all the time, decently. She’s a decent singer and she’s always performing. She has her dolls. She just doesn’t shut up and it’s a good thing. I don’t want her to stop, but sometimes we have to say to her, can you bring it down a notch… I don’t want to stop any of that, but, man, it’s too much sometimes. I’m just like, ‘Can you just be into science right now?’” she said.
She also revealed why she turned down this big role.
Amanda Seyfried on ‘silver lining’ Having Son During Pandemic and Family Life
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