There’ve been a lot of changes made in Hollywood since the not-so-good old days. And one of the happiest is that film stars’ youngsters have been brought out into the open where they belong. It used to be that a star would just as soon be caught strolling down Sunset Boulevard in her unmentionables as be photographed with her child beside her. For some strange reason, someone started the rumor that a star couldn’t be a mother and glamorous at the same time. And far too many stars believed it.
But the modern generation of film lovelies knows better. They’ve learned—at last—what the public could have told them long ago: that there’s nothing so completely irresistible as a lovely child—particularly in the arms of an irresistible woman!
It is a quote. PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 1953