Andrew Garfield has gone a different route.
The 39-year-old star of ‘The Social Network’ sat down for an interview British GQin which he opened up about the pressure he felt to settle down and have a child.
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About turning 40, he says: [turning 40] together. Interestingly, though, I always thought I would be the first to have kids and settle down.
However, he continued, “It was interesting to myself to free myself from the social obligations of reproduction by the time I turned 40.
Garfield explains why his life didn’t turn out the way he originally envisioned it. By this time you will have done this and have at least one child – something like that.
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Then he admitted. And obviously it’s easier for me as a man. “
But speaking of life more generally, the actor said: Letting go of the idea of how things should look, be, or feel.and that’s the big one [to let go of], Of course, if I was going to have children, I wish my mother would have met my children. And she will. Mentally. she’s there for it. I know she’s there, for all the big guys.
Garfield said, “Life is the star. Let’s see. Let’s see what happens. I’m curious.”
Andrew Garfield is freed from his ‘social obligation’ to have children before he turns 40
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