Stella McCartney, the designer, says she feels guilty about running her fashion label at the same time as raising her four children.
Stella McCartney says she feels overwhelmed at times.
Photo: Stephen LockTim Walker. Edited by Richard Eden 6:28AM BST 02 Apr 2011
With the country’s richest pop star for a father, Stella McCartney might not be expected to suffer from the same worries as other working mothers.
However, the daughter of Sir Paul McCartney says that raising her four children at the same time as running her fashion label leaves her regretful. “I must admit that at times I feel overwhelmed,” she says.
“I feel guilty because I don’t do either of the things well: neither work 100 per cent, nor being a mother 100 per cent.”
McCartney, 39, who is married to Alasdhair Willis, 40, a “creative consultant”, gave birth to her second daughter, Reiley, last year. As well as their four-year-old daughter, Bailey, they have two sons, Miller, six, and Beckett, three.
From The Telegraph