Quotes by famous moms and women would make this section on mother's day more meaningful and interesting. This also includes sayings of some celebrity moms.

Quotes By Famous Mothers

Mothers are mothers, be it a humble Samaritan or a celebrity; motherhood knows no bounds, her love for her child never changes and remains the same irrespective of the job profile, social status and any other divide. Though, famous mothers have tight schedules and number of deadlines to meet but they too prioritize the matters before hand and look after their children with full dedication. Yes they are rich, yes they are famous, but, how was their tryst with motherhood? They have spoken! Words from such famous mothers have become famous quotes, and tell stories that are no different from a common mother; being a celebrity never means they know it all. Don't believe us? Let us bring to you the list of celebrity quotes straight from their hearts. They all convey the same thing: everything can differ in different parts of the world but what never changes is a mother's love for her child. Read on.

Quotes By Famous Mothers
  • Kate Hudson
    "Single motherhood can be okay. I feel like I've learned so much. The routine [of marriage] can kill me. That becomes a difficult balance, too, because I feel like my son needs his routine, but for me I need to step out of my routine. I haven't figured it all out yet."
  • Diane von Furstenberg
    "Most people's mothers are the most influential person in their life. But my mother survived the [concentration] camps, and she was very strong. She made me strong, but she wanted me to be strong. That's more important."
  • Halle Berry
    "My pregnancy was amazing. I was happy that whole time, I felt good, I had energy, I was like Superwoman. I wish I could feel like that for the rest of my life, that's how fantastic it was."
  • Gwyneth Paltrow
    "When you're having dinner with your kids and your husband and someone says something funny or you're dying laughing because your three-year-old made a fart joke, it doesn't matter what else is going on. That's real happiness."
  • Sophia Loren
    "When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child."
  • Helen Rice
    "A mother's love is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking, it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking"
  • Katie Couric
    "I don't always have a lot of energy, but my kids almost always revitalize me. Of course like any working mom, sometimes I'm guilt-ridden. I think I should be sitting down doing an educational computer game with Carrie or taking Ellie to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. These kids are such sponges, and I should be taking advantage of that."
  • Marcia Cross
    "I use humour instead of getting into that whole yes and no thing all the time. It's about just getting them to laugh rather than getting in power struggles."
  • Tina Fey
    "I think every working mom probably feels the same thing: You go through big chunks of time where you're just thinking, 'This is impossible - oh, this is impossible.' And then you just keep going and keep going, and you sort of do the impossible."
  • Nicole Kidman
    "My instinct is to protect my children from pain. But adversity is often the thing that gives us character and backbone. It's always been a struggle for me to back off and let my children go through difficult experiences."
  • Amanda Peet
    "One surprise of motherhood for me was how little control I have. I thought it would be a blissful romance with me at the helm, cuddling this little creature. It's been bittersweet and humbling to let her lead and to not try to be perfect myself."
  • Julia Roberts
    "I try to call my mother, Betty, with more regularity because I think, What if Hazel didn't call me for two weeks? I'm able to see her mothering now from a different vantage point."
  • Gwyneth Paltrow
    "I think what surprised me the most about motherhood, as sentimental as it sounds, is how much I love my kids. I mean, I just can't believe it. It's like a whole new dimension in emotion that I've never experienced."