It's simply a celebrity's profession that separates themselves from us “regular” folk.Believe it or not, they still experience the same challenges and emotions you and I go through on a daily basis. It's also no secret that celebrities can have issues with money, health and relationships.She has been a major advocate for life coaching as a result.
Di Caprio has made a name for himself in the entertainment biz.She keeps telling him that once he experiences fatherhood, he'll fall madly in love with the greatest role ever!Kate's has joked with him, but it's not really a joke, that she wants to meet all future girlfriends so she can determine if they are wife material!He said: "If I wanted to quit acting, I could have done it a long time ago. I feel lucky and fortunate to do it, and it is absolutely worth sacrificing a lot of my private life.""I don't think anyone [famous] ever really gets used to it. At the end of the day, there are people with much harder jobs who sacrifice a lot more of their own lives to do them, people in the armed forces.I don't want to hear myself complain about the hardships of being famous — because I do have the freedom to stop, if I wanted to," he added.
The climate change feature documentary ‘Before the Flood’ airs globally on the National Geographic Channel October 30. Plus, there’s that whole mega-celebrity thing: “When that guy gets out of a car, it’s unbelievable — the number of people, the enthusiasm,” Monroe continued.