Thriving Families: Celebrities Who’ve Put Family First

From Hollywood stars to BBC presenters

Celebrities may get the A-list treatment in hair and make-up, and while booking dinner reservations, but when it comes to family, it seems they’re just like everyone else.

Unfortunately for them, school runs, screaming toddlers and teenage tantrums still need to be dealt with, no matter how many Bafta nominations you have, or which box office hit you’ve been in.

That’s why many celebs have, for a number of reasons, put their careers on the backburner, to take care of family matters. Here’s how these stars have managed it…

Holly Willoughby

Celebrities Who've Put Families First

This summer The Huffington Post UK is spearheading an initiative helping families thrive, with a focus on parent wellbeing, the challenges facing stay-at-home and working parents, friendships and navigating the landscape of modern parenting beyond the 2.4. To kickstart the campaign, Jamie Oliver guest edited the site, bringing a focus on feeding healthy families.

We’ll be sharing stories and blogs with the hashtag #ThrivingFamilies and we’d like you to do the same. If you’d like to use our blogging platform to share your story, email to get involved.

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