Julia spent a relaxing afternoon with 6-year-old Hazel and Finn on Sept. 14 while taking a break from shooting her new role as the Evil Queen in ‘Snow White’!
We haven’t seen Hazel and Phinnaeus “Finn” Moder in a long time, so this is a special treat! The 6-year-old twins were out and about with their famous mommy, Julia Roberts, on Wednesday, Sept. 14, spending some time with friends in Los Angeles. How fun!
Hazel and Phinnaeus “Finn” Moder are celebrating a big day today — their birthday! The fraternal twins of Julia Roberts, 43, and her husband Danny Moder will most likely hang out with their little brother, Henry, 3, and their cool parents today! But, considering they have seen some awesome countries in their lifetime, maybe they will have a themed party focusing around their favorite new place — India!
Julia Roberts has been seen in a countless number of films, including the unforgettable Pretty Woman, the award-winning Erin Brockovich and inspiring Eat, Pray, Love. And next up for Julia is a film entitled Larry Crowne, which is written, directed and acted by Tom Hanks. But these days, Julia has been focused on raising her three children with husband and director Danny Moder, 6-year-old twins Hazel and Finn and 3-year-old Henry.”They are really angelic and wondrous,” Julia says of her kids. “It’s so heavenly and kind and dear just to have that.”
The star of Eat Pray Love is stingy when it comes to letting her kids eat candy, but she admits she’s got a sweet tooth and cheats all the time!
Sometimes a girl’s just gotta have chocolate, and as far as Julia Roberts is concerned, that’s OK when the girl is her, but not one of her three kids! “I’m a pretty strict mom when it comes to sweets,” the 42-year-old tells People about Hazel and Phinnaeus, 5, and Henry, 3. “You want sweets, ice cream and cake to be a great treat and a celebration. Something that’s not everyday. I think this makes them appreciate it when they do have it.” Is this a good move or could it make kids crave sugar even more because it seems like a forbidden treat?
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