Eva Mendes not ready to give motherhood advice
"Ghost Rider" star Eva Mendes says she has not "really earned the right" to give motherhood advice.
Los Angeles: "Ghost Rider" star Eva Mendes says she has not "really earned the right" to give motherhood advice.
Mendes, who gave birth to daughter Esmeralda back in September with partner Ryan Gosling, shows off her toned post-baby figure on the cover of Women's Health magazine for its April issue.
"I don't feel like I've really earned the right. I want to respect all the moms out there. They're going to be like, 'You know what? You're a few months in. Just shut up'. I'm actually enjoying the sleepless nights because it's bonding with my little girl," she said.
During the interview, the 41-year-old actress also discusses her post-baby workout routine, including running, sprinting and lifting light weights.
"I don't love it, but I've made peace with that. I haven't eaten meat in about six years, because I don't agree with factory farming here. This is just what worked for me, it's important to say, but when I cut that out I immediately felt better. And also, after a year of eliminating it, my skin looked brighter and healthier overall," the "2 Fast 2 Furious" star said.