All moms of twins can relate to Zoe Saldana. The 38-year-old actress appeared on The Late Late Show last week with Kirsten Dunst and Jamie Foxx.
Host James Corden asked Saldana about her 2-year-old twin boys, Bowie Ezio and Cy Aridio, and she hilariously (and colorfully) described her and husband Marco Perego's relationship with the boys.
"I wish I could say 'Oh my god, it's great!' [But] it's f------ bananas. We're losing our s---."
"They're just bananas and they're gangsters and they're literally like living by night, cause they don't f------ sleep."
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The ever-honest and candid Saldana went on to describe the difficulties of raising twins.
"Everybody romanticizes having twins — and we love it, we don't regret it — but let me just f------ tell you, the part that sucks about having twins is that you're catering to two different people that are growing up at once, at the same age, going through the same thing, with different tempers."
"They just started kicking each other [...] now it's like 'I grab you by the hair, I bite your face, and I'm kicking you, but I'm not going to kick you at the same time while you're kicking me.' They're taking turns."
Watch the video clip above for the full interview with Dunst and Foxx.
If you're a parent of twins, do you agree with Saldana? Share parenting lessons you've learned in the comments below.
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