Amanda Seyfried Says She’s Afraid Her Eggs Are Dying Off and Badly Wants A Baby

By Mardielyn | 1 year ago
Amanda Seyfried Says She’s Afraid Her Eggs Are Dying Off and Badly Wants A Baby

Who wants a baby? Definitely, it’s none other than Amanda Seyfried!

The 29-year-old beauty recently admitted to one of her interviews in the latest issue of Marie Claire U.K. that she is having a baby fever, it is one of her priorities right now- to have a baby-as she is about to turn 30 in about five months.


Seyfried who recently starred in the latest movie sequel of “Ted 2” confessed that she keeps feeling like her eggs are dying off. “I need to get on it… I want a child. Badly. I want to be a mother, badly.” That’s what she’s been feeling for like, two years now. She added that she is not sure how to prepare for the next chapter in her life, and she confessed that she’s not ready. “It changes everything… so how you can ever be ready for that?,” said Seyfried.

In a report made by Mail Online, the ”Les Miserables” actress who has been dating “Tusk” actor Justin Long since summer 2013 says in her interview with Vogue that she’s keen to settle down, and would love to spend more time at a farmhouse she had recently purchased in Stone Ridge in Upstate New York.

The blonde beauty want her future kids to go to local schools adding that there are really good schools around the place. She revealed that she would like her life to be the same as it is now, but with a little less stress and a little less work.

On the other hand, Seyfried admitted that she was really worried about her replacing the previous lead actress of “Ted 2” which is Mila Kunis.  She said that she’s really convinced that the people would be like “Where’s Mila?” but it seems like the actress doesn’t have to be that stressed out as people accepted her marijuana-loving lawyer role with open arms; We can see it in the movie’s success.

Meanwhile, Amanda Seyfried, who is known for her her openness also revealed that she is having a regular therapy in the hopes to de-stigmatize mental illness. “It’s coping with life. I’ve been told to not talk about it, but [anxiety] is so very common… You don’t necessarily have to have something chemically wrong with your brain to have mental health issues.”

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