The lovely Susan Sarandon is one of the most adored Hollywood performers, with roles ranging from Sister Helen Prejean in Dead Man Walking to Louise in the ground-breaking film Thelma and Louise.
In addition to having a remarkable career spanning many years, Susan uses her prominence to advocate for body positivity and self-acceptance as two crucial factors that contribute to overall wellbeing.
Susan has had certain health concerns throughout the years, which have prevented her from having children at a younger age. receiving a diagnosis of endometriosis, a condition in which tissue that resembles the endometrium, the tissue that normally lines the lining of the uterus, grows outside the uterus. In addition to being uncomfortable, this condition frequently hinders women who have it from becoming pregnant. Sadly, Susan struggled for years to conceive, and this was the situation with her.
Many were shocked by her “unusual” decision to start her “mommy career” “so late” in life when she announced that she was expecting her first child at the age of 39.
In 1980, Susan was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in Atlantic City. In 1985, she gave birth to her first child, a daughter named Eva Amurri.
Following the dissolution of her marriage to Amurri, she started dating Tim Robbins, an actor who was 12 years her junior. John “Jack” Henry, born in 1989, and Miles Robbins, born in 1992, were the couple’s two kids.
“With each child, [people] asked, ‘Are you crazy?’ I had my first child at 39 and my third at 45. Don’t!’” Susan once disclosed in a conversation.
Despite her difficulties, Susan always believed that she will have children in the future. She said, “It’s not okay to miss out on a part of life because of pain and excessive bleeding,” in 2011 at an event hosted by the Endometriosis Foundation of America.
She now has three children of her own, and she now has three adorable grandkids from her daughter.
Although Susan embodies strength and self-assurance, she occasionally becomes the focus of haters who don’t like the way she dresses. One of them is Piers Morgan, who in 2016 harshly criticized her for her attire on Twitter. He chastised her in particular for wearing a white suit jacket that could be taken off to reveal cleavage and a black bra.
Susan Sarandon: “Would she wear this to a funeral? No. For an In Memoriam homage, it was therefore totally unsuitable, Morgan tweeted.
To be clear, I have no issue with Susan Sarandon exposing her breasts, he continued in another tweet. It’s just impolite to do it while leading ‘In Memoriam’ at an awards ceremony.
Some of his supporters on Twitter even went so far as to label Susan “unattractive” and a “wretched, old, dried up, nasty nobody,” saying she was “nobody.”
Then she made the decision to defend herself and her personal style. Despite the fact that I may not be completely knowledgeable about all aspects of fashion, I am aware of what individually appeals to me and what piques my interest, which I choose to embrace. I don’t feel the need to always follow the latest fashions,” she said to Harper’s Bazaar in 2019.
In reality, Susan Sarandon is getting close to becoming 80 years old and she still looks stunning.
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