Celebrity How Having Children Changed These 10 Celeb Parents' Lives People say having a baby changes everything – but for these star parents, a few differences stood out in particular By Diana Pearl Updated on January 25, 2022 01:49 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 10 ANNE HATHAWAY IS MORE CONFIDENT Amanda Edwards/WireImage Hathaway is only a few months into motherhood, but her son Jonathan has already had a big impact on her. During a visit to the Ellen show, she said that being a mother makes her more confident – even while she's trying to lose the weight she gained during her pregnancy. "I walk in, I'm like, yeah, I work out with five-pound weights, but I pushed a baby out of my body so I feel good right now!" she said. "So I don't care what I look like, I feel great!" 02 of 10 IVANKA TRUMP BECAME MORE EFFICIENT Splash News Online Balancing personal and professional lives is never easy – espeically when you're managing a fashion brand, working for the family business and having three kids at home. Trump told PEOPLE motherhood taught her to "compartmentalize" so she could focus on the task at hand during different parts of her day. Another perk of being a mom in the workplace? She's laser-focused on getting things done. "I've learned to become incredibly efficient," Ivanka told Working Mother. "I don't stress about being balanced because the truth is parenting is unpredictable and you can't account for everything. Instead, I'm cognizant of my priorities and I wake up knowing what I need to accomplish personally and professionally and then I do everything I can to fulfill those goals." 03 of 10 PRINCE WILLIAM IS MORE EMOTIONAL John Stillwell/WPA Pool/Getty Images Even royalty isn't immune to the changes in perspective fatherhood brings in life. Prince William said that becoming a father to Prince George and Princess Charlotte has made him feel things more intensely. "I never used to get too wound up or worried about things," he said. "But now the smallest little things, you well up a little more, you get affected by the sort of things that happen around the world or whatever a lot more, I think, as a father." Say it all together now: Aww. 04 of 10 EMILY BLUNT STOPPED DOING NUDE SCENES Daniel Deme/WENN After giving birth to daughter Hazel, Blunt is not going to show her more scandalous side on camera. "Too racy would be one thing I wouldn't go for now. I'm not so keen on doing nudity, because I'm not 22 any more," she told The Telegraph. And that's not all. She also said that "playing violent or racist characters would be hard for me now." 05 of 10 CHANNING TATUM BECAME A MORNING PERSON JB Lacroix/WireImage Before his daughter Everly came into the picture, Tatum says he wasn't really a morning person. Now, he's up and at 'em to check on his little girl. "The first thing I do when I wake up in the morning? I check to see if my daughter is still sleeping," he told PEOPLE. 06 of 10 SANDRA BULLOCK FEELS MORE BEAUTIFUL Vera Anderson/WireImage After winning the title of PEOPLE's Most Beautiful Woman in 2015, Bullock said that what makes her her feel that she's at her, well, most beautiful is her role as mom to son Louis – and, now, daughter Laila! "What's beautiful is the honor of being Louis' mother," she said. 07 of 10 TIGER WOODS STOPPED SLEEPING Getty In the months after welcoming his eldest child, daughter Sam, the golfer extraordinaire said that one one of the biggest changes he's gone through was a quick sinking of the number of hours of sleep he got per night. "I definitely don't sleep now," he said. We bet a lot of new parents went through a similar change after welcoming their own first borns. 08 of 10 ADELE STARTED TO LIKE HERSELF MORE Heidi Gutman/NBC/NBC NewsWire/Getty Adele says she's always been confident, but having a child only made her more proud of herself. In an interview with Time, she says that after giving birth to son Angelo, she's simply in awe of herself – and that she managed to create this little person. "He makes me so proud of myself, and he makes me like myself so much," she says of her 3-year-old son. "And I've always liked myself. I've never not liked myself. I don't have hangups like that. But I'm so proud of myself that I made him in my belly." 09 of 10 KATHERINE HEIGL THINKS IT MADE HER AN ADULT Gregg DeGuire/WireImage For Heigl, it wasn't winning an Emmy or starring in a number of super-successful movies that made her feel like a true grown-up – it was getting married and having a child. "With two children and a husband of almost seven years. I feel like I'm finally a legitimate grown-up," she told PEOPLE of becoming a mom to daughters Naleigh and Adelaide. As well, Heigl said motherhood has given her clarity on what matters most in life. "I have a deeper understanding about what really matters and whose opinion really matters," she said. 10 of 10 CASEY AFFLECK SAID IT COMPLETELY "TRANSFORMED" HIM Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic When Affleck looks back on the the moment in life that had the greatest impact on him, it wasn't a movie or even his Oscar nomination – it was the arrival of his two sons. "[Being a parent] sort of changed everything," he said. "It's far and away the best thing that ever happened to me." He went on to call the experience "transformative" and compared trying to explain the change to living in another galaxy.