While we may think Hollywood stars have it all, one particular Oscar-nominated celeb has admitted that until she met her second husband and started a family she always felt something was missing.

Opening up about the sense of insecurity she felt during certain points in her life, star of new film Still, Alice Julianne Moore said: "Right before I met my husband, I always felt as if the party was happening somewhere else. Like, 'Where is everybody else going?"

The 54-year-old actress spoke candidly about family life and the sense of security and stability it brings her, happily admitting: "Once I met him and we had our children, I was like, 'This is where the party is.' There's nowhere else I want to be. I see a tremendous amount of purpose and a feeling of belonging."
 


Homebird Julianne has been known to reschedule film shoots in a bid to accommodate her family, admitting: "If I ever do a film that's a long way from home, we schedule it for the summertime and the rest of the family comes with me."

Admitting she doesn't like to leave her family for too long, the stunning red head reveals: "I'm never away for more than a week. If someone says to me, 'Will you do this film in Hungary?' I just go, 'Sorry - if you can move it to New Jersey, then maybe it will work."

Julianne is married to Bart Freundlich and the couple share two children, 17-year-old Caleb and 12-year-old Liv.
 

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