Sigourney Weaver reveals that she feel sorry for actresses who never became mothers.
Weaver has had a career that has spanned forty years and a string of iconic roles, but she has juggled that acting success with being a parent.
Weaver became a mother back in 1990, when she and husband Jim Simpson welcomed their daughter Charlotte into the world.
Speaking to HELLO magazine, the actress said: "I feel sorry for women like Katherine Hepburn. She might have won four Academy Awards but she never got to enjoy what it is to be a mother. I find that very sad."
And the actress says that it has been a balancing act between her career and being a mother, but it is all about 'teamwork' with her husband.
"I have a wonderful husband who's helped out a lot when I was working. I think teamwork is key if you want to have a career in Hollywood."
And Weaver shows no sign of slowing down as she has a whole host of projects in the pipeline.
She will be back on the big screen this December with Exodus: Gods and Kings, which sees her team up with Ridley Scott and Christian Bale.
She has also completed work on Chappie and is currently filming A Monster Calls.
We are also set to see the actress return to the Avatar franchise when camera start rolling on the highly anticipated sequels.
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