Oscar-winning actress Jane Fonda has achieved many milestones in her life, from her acting career to her activism. However, she recently shared one of her "very few" regrets in life, which is being a mother to her three grown children.
In an interview with CNN's Chris Wallace that aired on February 19, Fonda opened up about her parenting journey and acknowledged that she "just didn't know how to do it" when she was younger. However, she has since learned more about parenting through her activism and her work with the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention, which she founded over two decades ago.
Fonda said, "I have an organization in Georgia that deals with adolescents and I've studied parenting. I know what it's supposed to be now. I didn't know then. So I'm trying to show up now."
Despite her regrets, Fonda is proud of her children, who she describes as talented and smart. She is determined to make up for the past and be a better parent to them now.
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