Lara Worthington has opened up about her family, and superstar husband Sam Worthington, in a candid new interview
The mother-of-two spoke with Buro 24/7 about having two children, and how her life has changed since welcoming Rocket-Zot Worthington in 2015, and Racer Worthington in 2016.
On how her experience was during pregnancy, Lara revealed: "I was lucky that I had two great pregnancies and two healthy babies but pregnancy isn't the hard part - it's taking them home! You've got the biggest responsibility of your life and that's all that matters to me. The first pregnancy is different because it's something you've never done before, and there's that what if, or the unknown, so I tried not to read anything because I didn't want to know too much. I just wanted to take my own journey and experience it for myself."
As for juggling her makeup empire, her two children and her relationship with Sam, Lara said:
"You know, my husband is amazing. He is a fantastic father, fantastic husband and we're just a really good team. We've grown together and grown as a family and I think that's the most important thing.
"We travel everywhere together and we never have more than two weeks apart from each other - and that really works for us," she continued. "He's just so good with the kids, he does the night feeds and everything- he is seriously superhuman! And Sam will work a 17- hour day...my days seriously do not compare to his at all.
"He also inspires me to be that kind of business woman / mum. He's always like, 'you can do whatever you want Lara' and I guess when you get that support at home, you get that inspiration. It really is all about what comes from the inside out, and if you're happy with your surroundings - you can do it all!"
Despite their current rate for having babies year-on-year, Lara doesn't see a third child on the way in the near future.
"I think because I've done two back to back I need a rest, it's full on and fun but it's definitely challenging," she said. "You have those days where you're like "OMG". But I feel like that why I'm here, to lead that legacy. I think for now I'm just really enjoying my little family."
This article originally appeared on InStyle Australia