Kate Beckinsale Is Pretty Cutthroat About The Parenting

March 14th, 2008 // 3 Comments

They will call a magazine anything nowadays. How about Wagon or Ass or Debbie Lipshitz? Here’s Kate Beckinsale’s layout from Mean magazine. Is that the actual theme? Because she sounds it. In the accompanying interview, Kate states that she doesn’t understand “how more people don’t drop children out of windows.”

That’s the hottest statement of the year. The sad thing is, she’s probably spot on. When I’m in a restaurant and a kid starts wailing, I have to resist the urge to grab the fire extinguisher and start swinging. Oh, wait. I think her and I talking about two different things.

Kate also says that “babies show up as themselves. I really do believe you can f–k a person up terribly by being a bad parent, but they arrive kind of 80 percent baked, and that 20 percent is crucial, but they do show up with personality.” Which basically translates as Mommy’s going shopping in a ridiculous terrorist outfit because she’s feeling whimsical and needs freedom, so just don’t drink any window cleaner while she’s gone, you tiny adult!

Photos: WENN

16 more photos of Kate Beckinsale from her Mean photo shoot and in Manhattan with her husband Len Wiseman are after the jump.

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  1. giimyi

    mmm.I wonder why she posted profile on the celeb dating site SearchingM illionaire dotCom.

  2. Kelly

    I AGREE!!!
    Not about the throwing kids out of windows part. I have a child and when my hubby and I became pregnant we agreed that we did not want one of those kids that everyone hates! He is now turning seven, he has never thrown a public temper tantrum, opens doors for other people, says ‘Yes Ma’am’ and ‘Yes Sir’. He is very independent and very smart. I wish all kids were like him and I have been told that many times by family, friends, and strangers.

  3. Danielle

    Wow, she is beautiful!

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