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1/17/2020

Eva Mendes Sets Positive Career Example For Kids

Eva Mendes believes its important to set a positive example for your children when it comes to their career prospects.

The actress, who shares two children with her partner Ryan Gosling, hasn't appeared in any films for six years and admits she would only accept a role if she felt it was worthwhile.

Replying to a fan on Instagram who was keen to see her back on screen, Eva wrote: "When there's something worthwhile to be apart of. As a mother now, there are many roles I won't do. There are many subject matters that I don't want to be involved with, so it limits my choices and I'm fine with that.

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"I have to set an example for my girls now. But no worry, I got some side hustles. Ha! Thanks for asking. All the best for 2020."

Eva last appeared in her partner's 'Lost River' film in 2014 and said she is rediscovering her ambition since becoming a mother.

She said: "They're starting school and so I'm feeling like I finally have a little time to myself. But also, I'm starting to find that ambition again that I lost a little bit. I was fine with losing it, it was a natural thing, but it transferred - the ambition was in the home. I'm still in the home, but I'm getting more of that call to work again. That's exciting because it's happening naturally. It's exciting to feel that again."



(JG/CM)

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"Eva Mendes believes its important to set a positive example for your children when it comes to their career prospects."