Halle Berry admits she enjoys having her children at work with her because it means she gets to juggle parenthood and her job at the same time.
Halle Berry loves taking her children to work with her.
The 47-year-old actress enjoys taking her kids, Nahla, six, whom she has with ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry, and eight-month-old son Maceo, with now-husband Olivier Martinez, on film sets because it allows her to juggle motherhood and work at the same time.
Speaking to PEOPLE, she said: ''I love having my kids there [on set] because I am nursing my baby. To have him there is great for me. I love being involved all day.''
However, the brunette beauty recently revealed that she and Olivier, 48, whom she married last July, were struggling to find the balance between parenthood and their demanding careers.
She said: ''[A new baby means] less sleep. And I'm working on the TV show ['Extant']. It's a new grind, it's a new rhythm.
''We're trying to get used to that. [But] we're managing.''
Meanwhile, one thing Halle hasn't got on her mind at the moment is the stress of losing her postpartum pounds because she insists the most important thing to her is remaining healthy.
She said last month: ''I'm healthy and that's really good. When you're nursing you can't really diet because you have to keep producing milk ... I'm healthy and I'm happy and that's all that matters.''
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