Julia Roberts is one of the few famous people who lives a pretty normal life. Daniel Moder, a photographer, has been her husband for 19 years, and the two of them look very happy together.

They have three kids: Phinnaeus and Hazel, twins who are 16 years old, and Henry, a son who is 14.

Roberts and Moder both try to keep their kids out of the public eye. That’s why we don’t see them at many public events or posting pictures on social media.

We did see Hazel with her father, though, at the Cannes Film Festival in France in July.

For the movie Flag Day, they were there. Moder made the dance moves, and Sean Penn directed the show.

Penn’s kids played parts in the movie, but Hazel didn’t. She went to the event to support her dad’s work, though.

Everyone was amazed at how beautiful Hazel was.

Some say she got her nose from her mother, but most people think she looks a lot like her handsome father, which makes sense since she’s pretty herself. Hazel’s hair is brown and her eyes are blue.

She wore black Mary Jane shoes and a soft yellow long lace dress. She had a ponytail in her hair and didn’t wear much makeup. A real woman!

Moder was very proud of his girl, and he spent the whole night with her.

No one knows if Hazel or her brothers want to work in the movie business because their parents don’t talk much about them and would rather keep them out of the spotlight, which makes sense given Roberts’s down-to-earth personality.

She has never been a diva, even though she is said to be worth about $250 million, and she has always kept a humble attitude.

Robert’s movie Mother’s Day came out in 2016 with small parts for Hazel and her brothers.

Roberts told Harper’s Bazaar in 2018 this about her kids:

“I don’t think they’ll ever get (my fame)” I believe I told you before that when they found out, they were shocked and asked, “Are you famous?”

“I told them, ‘I think a lot of people know who I am or have seen the movie I’m in.'”

She then talked about the problems kids face today, saying, “It’s different from when I might have told my mom, ‘Mom, you don’t know what it’s like to be a teenager today,’ even though she probably did.'”

Danny and I have no idea what it’s like to be teenagers these days. When my kids ask me a question, I just tell them, “I don’t know what we’re talking about, so I’m going to say no and look into it.”

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