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Rose Byrne reflects on juggling motherhood and her career as she stuns on the cover of Marie Claire

‘It’s really hard work’: Rose Byrne reveals how she juggles motherhood with her career as she poses on the cover of Marie Claire Australia

Rose Byrne is one of Australia’s most successful actors and juggles raising her two young sons, Rafa, three, and Rocco, five, with a successful career.

And in an interview with this month’s Marie Claire Australia, the Bridesmaids star, 41, admitted it can be ‘really hard’ balancing motherhood and work.

‘As a parent it’s always pretty chaotic. We’re an example of a household that balances both parents going to work. But I also totally respect mothers who stay at home,’ she said.

‘It’s really hard work’: Rose Byrne has revealed how she juggles motherhood with her career as she poses on the cover of Marie Claire Australia 

‘It’s really hard work and recognising that is what [trailblazing feminist] Gloria Steinem fought so much for. Why is raising a family not working?’

Rose, who shares her children with partner Bobby Cannavale, 51, went on to say that ‘being a parent is just a life-changer’ and ‘reframes everything’.

The Sydneysider also stunned on the cover of the magazine in a stylish white top which featured puffy sleeves.

She showed off her natural beauty by opting for a neutral palette of makeup and tied her long brunette locks back.

'As a parent it's always pretty chaotic. We're an example of a household that balances both parents going to work. But I also totally respect mothers who stay at home,' she said

‘As a parent it’s always pretty chaotic. We’re an example of a household that balances both parents going to work. But I also totally respect mothers who stay at home,’ she said

Rose is about to return to the small screen in the TV series Physical, in which she plays tortured housewife-turned-aerobics guru Sheila.

Physical also stars Rory Scovel, Dierdre Friel, Della Saba, Lou Taylor Pucci, Paul Sparks and Ashley Liao – and will premiere globally on June 18 on Apple TV+.

Meanwhile, the busy actress has also been cast as New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in the upcoming film They Are Us. 

New project: Rose is about to return to the small screen in the TV series Physical, in which she plays tortured housewife-turned-aerobics guru Sheila

New project: Rose is about to return to the small screen in the TV series Physical, in which she plays tortured housewife-turned-aerobics guru Sheila

Fans will see a different side to Rose when she plays the political leader in the wake of the tragic 2019 Christchurch mosque shootings.

At the time, Ms Ardern was commended for her response to the two consecutive mass shootings.

The terrorist attack was carried out by gunman Brenton Tarrant who killed 51 people. 

Family: Rose shares her two young sons, Rafa, three, and Rocco, five, with her partner Bobby Cannavale. Pictured together in New York City on January 30, 2020

Family: Rose shares her two young sons, Rafa, three, and Rocco, five, with her partner Bobby Cannavale. Pictured together in New York City on January 30, 2020

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