This week, new mom Chloë Sevigny shares the many ways that motherhood has changed her, and how working with child actor Jack Dylan Grazer on the new Luca Guadagnino HBO series “We Are Who We Are” altered her views on having a boy:
“I’d always secretly desired a girl. I guess that’s not a secret if I’m talking about it to WSJ. But I’m very girl-power, girl-friendly, girl-centric. I don’t even have that many male friends unless I’d slept with them or whatever. But on set I kept thinking, What if I have a kid like this kid Jack? First of all, he’s brilliant, so that would be great; but secondly, he has so much energy. It was a lot of meditating on that one.”
And though she was photographed for this feature at her mom’s house in Connecticut, this famous New Yorker is staying put in NYC:
Originally from the suburban town of Darien, Connecticut, Sevigny, 45, is resolute that she’s “not moving back,” though she makes regular visits to see her mom and brother.
The article appears in WSJ. Magazine’s September Women’s Style Issue, on newsstands September 5th.
[Photo Credit: Brianna Capozzi/WSJ. Magazine]