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All of us have tagged the past year, 2020 as a dreadful one. But we have ignored the lessons it had taught us. From managing the household chores without househelps to lead a life without socialising, 2020 was also a learning experience for many of us. We learnt the value of prayers and how spending time with our loved ones is the only blessing one wishes for. This stands true in case of celebs too, and actress, Sunny Leone reveals what was her learning lesson in the past year. (Also Read: Soha Ali Khan Expresses Her Wish That Her Father Mansoor Ali Khan Had Taught Life Lessons To Inaaya)
Sunny Leone is a supermom, who strikes a perfect balance between her professional life and personal life. She is an inspiration to millions with her choices in life and had won our hearts when she had adopted a 21-month-old girl, Nisha Kaur Weber in 2017. And after one year, she had completed her family with the announcement of the arrival of her twins, Asher Singh Weber and Noah Singh Weber, born through surrogacy.
In an interview with The Times of India, Sunny Leone was asked about the one talent she acquired in the past year and the stunning actress revealed, “I don’t think I have acquired any talent other than learning that it is possible to take care of three children alone with no help (Nisha, Noah, and Asher). So yes, that’s lovely!” When asked about her wish for the year 2021, she stated, “To get rid of coronavirus and the new virus that is coming, and I really want the schools to open up again for children.”
It was in May 2020, when Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber had flown to the United States amid the pandemic along with their munchkins, Nisha, Asher and Noah to protect them from this “invisible killer”. On the occasion of Mother's Day, Sunny had shared with her followers that she had taken her kids to Los Angeles because of the pandemic. She had posted a picture with her kids and had written, "Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers out there. In life when you have children your own priorities and well being takes the back seat. Both @dirrty99 and I had the opportunity to take our children where we felt they would be safer against this invisible killer “coronavirus”. Our home away from home and secret garden in Los Angeles. I know this is what my mother would have wanted me to do. Miss you mom. Happy Mother’s Day!" (Also Read: Tiger Zinda Hai Director, Ali Abbas Zafar Reveals That His Wife, Alicia Took Two Years To Say Yes)
In an interview with the DNA, Sunny had talked about balancing motherhood, work, and acting, and stated, "It has to be done. There is no choice. If all the moms out there are reading this, they will know exactly what I am talking about. Kids have to be fed, they have to have their baths, they have to go to school. You (parents) need to give them proper attention and be there and watch them grow. You have to take care of the household, go to work and one million things have to get done every day. But, I am not complaining and I love my life. Yes, I don’t sleep much, but this is the best part of my life ever. I am good at time management and so is my husband (Daniel Weber). So, there is always someone or the other taking care of the kids. And we both are hands-on parents." (Also Read: Deepika Padukone's Childhood-To-Now Montage Includes Precious Moments With Parents And Hubby Ranveer)
What lesson have you learnt in the past year? Let us know.
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