Hilary Swank opens up about putting off motherhood until now
Hilary Swank has had a long and successful career in Hollywood that is still going strong. Swank started acting at age nine and got her first big break in “The Next Karate Kid,” according to IMDb. However, it was not until “Boys do not Cry” who became an award-winning star. Swank won an Oscar for “Best Actress” along with a Golden Globe for her role as Brandon Teena in the hit movie. In 2004, Swank received a second Oscar for “Million dollar Baby,” in which he starred alongside Clint Eastwood.
Swank’s career was one of the reasons she put off motherhood until now. “He had a career and he didn’t have the right relationship until … four years ago, and all the elements needed to come together and be okay,” he said. Extra. Swank met her husband Philip Schneider through a mutual friend, according to Fashion. In 2018, the two married in a private ceremony in Redwood Forest. “I was overwhelmed with so much gratitude and thank you for marrying the man of my dreams,” she shared.
Swank also revealed to Extra that her twins were due to be born on her late father’s birthday. “It’s so beautiful, how everything lines up,” he said. “My dad, he was one of my favorite people in the world, so it’s like this tribute to life, they were born on his birthday.”
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