Cameron Diaz Says She Loves Being a Mom, Calls Benji Madden an 'Amazing Father’
Cameron Diaz and Benji Madden welcomed their daughter Raddix in late December
No picky eaters here!
In a sneak peek at Monday's episode of The Rachael Ray Show, the actress and Avaline entrepreneur, 48, opens up about her love of cooking, which she's gotten plenty of time to experiment with amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"The first four months, I cooked every single meal," she says. "And then we slowly started going, 'Well, maybe we'll order a lunch. Maybe we'll order a dinner.' But for the most part, I'm cooking all the meals."
"I love to cook. It's my love language," she adds. "I love to cook for my husband, I love to cook for my child now. Being able to make the food for her has been incredible."
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And when it comes to putting food on her daughter's plate, Diaz doesn't stick to traditional baby food.
"You can really strengthen her palate," Ray says of Diaz's decision to make Raddix's meals herself. "I hate it when people dumb down kids food."
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"No no no no no. She's never had a purée. She never got anything puréed," Diaz replies. "She's had garlic from day one, you know?"
Diaz went on to reveal that in addition to garlic, her daughter is also a fan of bone broth and fresh herbs. "I put herbs in everything. Thyme and dill, sage, everything," the proud mama shares. "She just loves all of it."
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The couple tied the knot in January 2015 and announced the birth of their first child, daughter Raddix, in January 2020
"I'm kind of doing it in the second half of my life," she said, before joking, "The only pressure for me now is I have to live to be, like, 107, you know? No pressure!"