Teresa Palmer Opens Up About Letting Kids Watch TV, Eat Chocolates Rarely

By Claire Parker, Parent Herald April 25, 11:01 pm

Teresa Palmer, an Australian actress and parenting blogger, discussed how she parents her three-year-old and newborn as she revealed she sometimes let them watch TV and eat chocolates. Because of this, she said her parenting is not 100 percent perfect.

The 31-year-old mom revealed on her latest Vogue interview that even though she gives it her best to be strict and conscious with her kids, she has troubles just like any other mother. According to Palmer, one example that her parenting has also flaws is when she lets her kids watch TV on the plane whenever they travel and her son sometimes eats lots of chocolates and ice cream.

Moreover, Palmer pointed out she wanted to be as strict as she can be because her own mother did not get to look after her since she was bipolar and schizophrenic. The blogger said she was able to do anything she wanted and had a little too much freedom, Daily Mail shared.

Meanwhile, the Australian beauty also had an interview with Confidential while promoting her new flick titled, "Berlin Syndrome." Palmer shared that when she was younger, she took whatever job came her way.

Palmer recalled she was not in the position to curate her work so she took a leap on any opportunity that came. She added that as she got older, she became more selective with her roles and that she gravitates "to darker material or characters that feel grounded in reality."

Palmer was best known for her performances in "Hacksaw Ridge" and "Lights Out." "Berlin Syndrome" just premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and opened in Australia days ago, Adelaide Now reported.

The actress and parenting blogger has two kids — Bodhi Rain and Forest Sage. She is also a step-parent her husband Mark Webber's child from a previous marriage. Meanwhile, check out the trailer for "Berlin Syndrome" below.

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