Entertainment Katherine Schwarzenegger Shares the Adorable Way Chris Pratt Supports Her While She's Breastfeeding Lyla
Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger have been married for 2 years. Here's a timeline of their relationship.
After his split from Anna Faris, actor Chris Pratt and author Katherine Schwarzenegger got together and have since been married for almost 2 years.They have since been married for almost two years and have a daughter together.
couldn't ask for a better teammate to help remind her of what really matters as they raise their first child.
As part of her "BDA (Before, During & After) Baby" video series, she chatted about motherhood with model Iskra Lawrence. Katherine explained that when she breastfeeds Lyla, husbandhas a great way of keeping everything in perspective. The pair, who tied the knot in June 2019, welcomed their .
"My husband has always been super supportive," Katherine shared with Iskra, who welcomed her. "He'll look at our daughter and be like, 'Can you believe your body is able to feed our baby?' And sometimes, I think—especially as women with this pressure to bounce back after baby—you have to keep in mind that when you're breastfeeding, you need to, as my husband says, 'eat to win,' and to feed yourself so you can also properly nourish your baby. Because for a lot of people, what you eat and how you treat your body also hugely impacts your milk supply."
Arnold Schwarzenegger Says Becoming a Grandfather to Granddaughter Lyla Made Him 'Feel Old'
The actor's daughter, Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt, and husband Chris Pratt welcomed daughter Lyla Maria last yearWhile appearing virtually on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday, the 73-year-old actor opened up to host Kimmel about his first grandchild, Lyla Maria, who his daughter, Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt, and husband Chris Pratt welcomed last year.
The 31-year-old author continued, "Especially when I look back at pictures of myself right before I gave birth, it's incredible what our bodies are able to do." Regarding her post-baby physique, she shared, "I look at things, and I'm like, My body doesn't look the way it used to, but I'm able to feed and nourish my baby, which is, as a mom, the greatest gift to be able to have, and to have a healthy child is incredible."
Katherine also offered insight into how she keeps from judging herself when her home has more baby-related clutter than she expected.
"Before I had my daughter, I was always like, I'm not gonna be that person who has play equipment everywhere and baby stuff everywhere," she said. "And I look at my kitchen now, and I'm like, There's a bouncy thing here, there's a DockATot here."
Patrick Schwarzenegger's father repeats his one-liners 'all the time'
The 27-year-old actor-investor said the 73-year-old former California Governor will 'turn back and be like, "I'll be back." I'll be like, "Dad, really? Come on"''Everybody asks that, they're like, "Does your dad, like, always say his one-liners?" And I'm like, "All the time,"' the 27-year-old actor-investor said on Wednesday's episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show.
When Katherine's dadvisited Jimmy Kimmel Live last week, he joked about how hands-on his daughter is when it comes to , to the point that she'll often keep a close watch on how the action star holds the baby.
"I said, 'Katherine, come on, now. I've held enough children in my hands. I know exactly what I'm doing. I'm an expert in that stuff,'" the father of five said. "She just freaks out and does it. [But] I think it's natural."
Watch Katherine's chat with Iskra in the above video.
Caitlyn Jenner tackles major vulnerability with policy briefings .
Caitlyn Jenner is beefing up her command of issues affecting California in private tutorials as the novice Republican contender for governor campaigns for a recall election expected to be called for this fall. © Provided by Washington Examiner On Tuesday, Jenner sat for a 2.5-hour briefing session on budgetary matters with veteran Republican insiders Jim Brulte, former chairman of the state GOP and before that, the top Republican in the California Senate; and Michael Genest, who functioned as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s chief fiscal adviser in his role as director of the state Department of Finance.