London, Feb 7 : Naomi Watts, who has two sons Alexander, six, and Samuel, five, with partner Liev Schreiber, has said that even though her family life is exhausting, "It's so great, it's the best thing."
"I do my own laundry but I sometimes have help. I cook. I definitely don't have a chef," the Daily Express quoted her as saying.
Watts said that after shooting `The Impossible' and Princess Diana biopic `Diana,' she's glad to be able to take some time out.
She added that she just can't travel again right now as she did a lot of travelling last year and now it was time for her to be home with her kids. (ANI)
London, Jan 8 - Actress Naomi Watts loves changing her hair to suit her film character because she gets to be experimental, though she admits she can't stop dying her hair.
"Changing my hair for roles is liberating, even if it's not always a look I would go for. Dying you hair is like getting tattoos. Once you start you won't stop," contactmusic. com quoted Watts as saying.
"I started in my twenties, but all the travelling I do makes it tricky, as I don't always see the same persona and blonde is a difficult colour to get right," she added.
New Delhi, Jan 3 : She fought hydrophobia to make "The Impossible" possible. Hollywood actress Naomi Watts, who plays the role of a real-life tsunami victim in her upcoming film, says it is one of her toughest roles in terms of its emotional and physical demands.
In the film based on the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, Watts will be seen as a mother who is separated from her family during the tsunami. Her role is inspired by real life tsunami survivor Maria Belon from Spain.
Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts at AFI FEST 2011 - Opening Night Gala Screening of "J. Edgar" - ArrivalsSubmitted by Kiran Pahwa on Mon, 02/20/2012 - 17:51.