From her groundbreaking role as Louise in Thelma and Louise to her role as Sister Helen Prejean in Dead Man Walking, Susan Sarandon is one of the most loved stars in Hollywood.Susan has had a great job for a long time, and she is also using her fame to spread the message that body positivity and self-acceptance are important for overall health.
Susan has had some health problems over the years that kept her from becoming a mother at a younger age. Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue that looks like the endometrium, which covers the inside of the uterus, grows outside of the uterus. This can be very painful. Aside from being painful, this disease often makes it hard for women to get pregnant.
Susan had a hard time getting pregnant for a long time, which was sad.When she told people she was expecting her first child at age 39, they were surprised by her “unusual” choice to start her “mommy career” “so late” in life. In 1980, Susan was nominated for an Oscar for her role in the movie Atlantic City. In 1985, she gave birth to her first child, a girl named Eva Amurri.
After her marriage to Amurri ended in 1988, she started dating actor Tim Robbins, who was 12 years younger than her. John “Jack” Henry (born in 1989) and Miles Robbins (born in 1992) are her two boys with Tom. “I had my first child when I was 39, and my third when I was 45. Each time, people asked me, ‘Are you crazy? Don’t!’” In an interview, Susan once said.
Susan never believed that she would become a mother one day, even though she had to go through a lot. “It’s not okay to miss out on a part of life because of pain and excessive bleeding,” she said at an Endometriosis Foundation of America event in 2011. She has three children of her own, and her daughter has given her three sweet grandkids.Susan is strong and sure of herself, but people who don’t like the way she dresses sometimes pick on her.
One of them is Piers Morgan, who made fun of her outfit in 2016 on Twitter. He made fun of her white suit jacket, which could be undone to show her black bra and chest. “Would Susan Sarandon go to a funeral wearing this? No. So, it was awfully wrong for a “In Memory of” tribute,” Morgan wrote on Twitter. In another post, he said, “Just to be clear, I don’t mind Susan Sarandon showing off her breasts.
Just a cheap way to start “In Memoriam” at an awards show.Some people on Twitter who agreed with him even went so far as to call Susan “ugly” and “a wretched, old, dried-up, nasty nobody.” She then chose to stand up for herself and her style. “I may not know everything there is to know about fashion, but I do know what I like and what interests me, and I choose to do those things.
“I don’t feel like I have to follow trends all the time,” she told Harper’s Bazaar in 2019.The truth is that Susan Sarandon is getting close to her 80s, but she still looks great.