Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 34, admits that she is arguing about having children … but insists that she throws a & # 39; look-what-life-at your kind of person & # 39; is
- Phoebe started dating playwright Martin McDonagh after saying goodbye to husband Conor Woodman in 2017
Phoebe Waller-Bridge & # 39; thinks & # 39; that she wants to have children.
The Fleabag star – who started dating actor Martin McDonagh after splitting husband Conor Woodman in 2017 – & # 39; likes & # 39; spend time with & # 39; good & # 39; children, but has not yet decided entirely whether she wants to raise a family of her own.
Asked if she wants to have children, she said: & I don't know. It's weird. I love children. No, I feel that so much is happening …
Happy days: Phoebe Waller-Bridge & # 39; thinks & # 39; that she wants to have children
& # 39; I think I have become quite a look-for-life-on-your-kind person. I think I would like that. I like to deal with children – you know, good one. & # 39; The star does not like to talk about her personal life. She admitted: & # 39; I am much braver in my writing life. & # 39;
But she thinks women are no longer & # 39; free & # 39; Share romantic dramas with friends when they turn 30, because they get more meaning than younger romances.
She explained to the American magazine Vogue: & # 39; Because the stakes are so low. But then you choose someone who is going to define your life in a certain way and probably defines or shapes who you become because you are with him all the time. And you want the best. You want the best possible. & # 39;
Phoebe believes that people spend the first half of their lives figuring out who they are and the rest are not trying to be changed by others.
Happy days: The Fleabag star – who started dating actor Martin McDonagh after saying goodbye to husband Conor Woodman in 2017 – & # 39; loves it & # 39; spend time with & # 39; good & # 39; children, but has not yet decided entirely whether she wants to raise a family of her own
New love: Phoebe pictured last month with Martin McDonagh
She said: & I think that you are trying to figure out who you are in the first half of your life, and that you are banging yourself a little against things and testing things all the time, to help you shape yourself.
& # 39; Then later, when you are as close as possible to the sculpture, you have something like: don't touch anything in case it changes me. & # 39;
Phoebe has revealed to American Vogue that the suggestion came when she struggled for roles after graduating from Rada.
She explains in an interview: "I think the most important thing I looked like was – especially in your 20s, when everyone wants:" Cash it in because you don't have much time! ". Hair was everything. & # 39;
Iconic: Phoebe in her much-praised role as Fleabag
Since coming up and playing in the BBC comedy, Miss Waller-Bridge has continued to create Killing Eve, designed to help write the new James Bond movie and signed a £ 15 million annual deal with Amazon to develop programs for their streaming service.
Perhaps in a nod to Fleabag, who picked up one of her loved ones in a bus, the Brit was unable to resist a few light-hearted positions in public transportation when it came to the December edition of American Vogue.
The December issue of Vogue is available at kiosks in NY / LA on November 12 and November 19 across the country.
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