Naomi Watts Talks About Scary Adjustments Over Liev Schreiber Split
Naomi Watts and partner Liev Schreiber announced their separation last September but the actress started talking about it only now, a signal perhaps that she is ready to move on. For the first time since their cordial split, Watts admitted that the transition has proven scary for her.
Watts is an English actress who became popular for the movies Mulholland which is a psychological thriller and The Ring which is a horror film. She also got noticed for her acting, twice in the Academy Award, Screen Actors' Guild Award and the Golden Globe Award. She has also been included in the 50 Most Beautiful People list of People Magazine. Watts is also known for actively campaigning for issues related to HIV-AIDS.
"I feel, whether you're famous or not, transitions are scary for anybody," she said. "I'm in a good place in my life and I want to make sure my kids are healthy, my kids are happy and things are going to go well. Those are my hopes for me and for all of us," Watts said as quoted by USA Today.
The separation did not seem to have substantially affected the couples' sons, ages seven and nine as they appeared happy in holiday photos taken with their mom. Watts and her sons spent Thanksgiving at their New York beach house. ET Online said this could be attributed to the friendly relationship between Watts and Schreiber as the two even greeted each other on Instagram on their birthdays. Both are busy with their own careers as Watts is filming Gypsy for Netflix while Schreiber is doing Les Liaisons Dangereuses in Broadway.
Daily Mail said the actress who is nearing 50 is ageing gracefully. Watts admitted that while she has not played vain roles, it has not exempted her from the critical eye of the public. But despite her hectic schedule, Watts is planning to spend the Christmas holidays with her children in Australia if her schedule will allow.