Rightfully so, she stands up for their decisions and her kids.
Here's what she had to say:
"Our children are allowed to stay in the paradigm of being a child. They don't have to take care of their families: become the complete emotional, physical, and financial focus that happens to many child stars. Our family structure is a little different and it's quite hard to comprehend because it's so outside what usually happens in a family, but the paradigm is the same.
"This isn't about fame or money. They were still going to have their trials because of who their parents are. As much as I wish I could figure out a way I could protect my children, they have their destiny. I'm not going to put brakes on that out of fear.
"I have a 10-year-old who can stand up in front of an audience of 17,000 and rock the house. I have to keep her grounded."
We completely get what she's saying here. Both of the kids are super talented, and the fact that the house-hold dynamic is not one based on how much money they're making makes a lot of sense.
Honestly, we don't think it's exploitative. We get the feeling that if the kids just decided they didn't want to do this, they wouldn't be!
How do U feel about the whole situation??
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