Parents should educate their boys to look more like women & # 39 ;, says former Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury

Parents should educate their boys to look more like women & # 39 ;, says former Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury


Parents should educate their boys to look more like women & # 39 ;, says former Countryfile presenter Julia Bradbury. Julia Bradbury says her partner is often available for emergency situations when she is absent. She asked why it was less acceptable for men to leave work to take care of children. Miss Bradbury, 48, said that parents had to raise their boys in order to "more like women & # 39; to be. She has twins Xanthe and Zena, now three, and also has a son, Zephyr, of seven years old

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21:02 EST, January 6, 2019

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Miss Bradbury had twins Xanthe and Zena, now three, at the age of 44 after IVF. She also has a son, Zephyr, seven years old. Boys need to educate boys to look more like women & # 39 ;, said Julia Bradbury. She explained that her partner is often on call for emergencies when she is gone. The former Countryfile presenter, 48, asked: & # 39; Why is it not so acceptable that the father runs away from work to the child who has fallen at school? "The workplace needs a cultural shift where it's just as important for men to be family as for women, and there's a great expression that goes something like this:" We're bringing our daughters to look more like men. When will we raise our sons to be more like women? "" Miss Bradbury had twins, Xanthe and Zena, now three, at the age of 44 after IVF. She also has a son, Zephyr, seven, with her partner, project developer Gerard Cunningham. & # 39; Gerry is a very loving, caring parent and his hugs are just as important as mine, & # 39; she said. The complete interview is in Hello! magazine, now available.

Her ex-partner is often on call for emergencies when she is away to film. The former Countryfile presenter, 48, asked: Why is it not so acceptable that the father leaves the work for the child who has fallen at school? & # 39; . Julia Bradbury is pictured with her partner, project developer Gerard Cunningham
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