Eddie Murphy spoke candidly about life with 10 children in an interview with the British media Mirror.
The American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and singer, who will turn 60 in April, has five sons and five daughters aged 2 to 31 from five different relationships, who he says are “the center of his world.”
In an interview with the Mirror, Eddie Murphy talked about fatherhood and the normal life of his 10 children.
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“I will turn 60 in April and I have all these babies. I adore fatherhood. That is the center of everything. The whole idea of making three films a year is over. I have all these babies. By the way, I realized over and over again that you can never make a bad decision if you put children first.”
“When you are at a crossroads, you just think, ‘What is best for my children?’ If you choose that route, you never make a bad decision.”, Eddie Murphy said.
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Eddie Murphy honest: “I’m blessed with my children”
Eddie gets along well with all his children. He is very proud of his children.
“I’m blessed with my children. I don’t have any bad seeds. My kids are great, normal people and none of them behave like a Hollywood jerk. My kids are smart and they try to do different things. I’m blessed with them. I was really lucky.”, he said.
His daughter Bella co-stars with Eddie Murphy in the latest movie “Coming 2 America”.
The film is a sequel to “Coming to America” from 1988.