“Extra’s” Terri Seymour recently sat down with Halle Berry at the Imagine Cocktail Party Fundraiser for the Jenesse Center, the oldest domestic violence intervention center in Los Angeles.
Last night was so special and there was so much love in the room for @jenessecenter 💜 I’m honored to be supporting this amazing organization run by the incredible @karenearl6124 and thankful to the beautiful (inside and out!!) @halleberry for introducing me to Karen all those years ago when we did our very first interview for @extratv, raising awareness about #domesticviolence and all the important work #JenesseCenter does. I know the center would love your support to! 🙏🏽❤️❤️ Interview with #Halle coming soon on @extratv 💜💜
Last month, Berry surprised her Instagram followers with a shot of 4-year-old son Maceo while documenting her vacation to Bora Bora. Halle opened up about her recent decision to show Maceo’s face on social media, saying, “That was a struggle… I really don't like to show my kids very much… but I do realize… my people are, like, solid for me and me for them and I feel like I want to include them.”
She went on, “But it's a fine line because I don't want to exploit my children… I want to protect my children, so I thought, 'Half the face is good.'"
The 51-year-old always looks flawless, revealing that her beauty secret is bone broth! She shared, “You can make it, you can go to the butcher and get all the bones they're going to throw away and he'll give them to you for free. Take the bones, boil them up for 24 hours… and you drink the broth. It's so full of collagen that it's crazy.”
As for her career, will she be spending some time behind the camera? She said, “There’s more to do... I have more to do…"
The mother of two is heartbroken over the immigration issue facing our country, with children being taken from their parents at the border. She admitted, “I couldn't imagine my children being taken away from me like that — I couldn't imagine it.”
“We have to use our voice and we have to stand up… now is the time,” Halle urged.
Speaking of standing up, Halle has been working with Jenesse Center for 18 years. She commented, “It makes me so proud. It's probably one of the most important things that I take part in year after year that makes me feel good but also lets me know that I’m actually making a difference in the world."
For more, visit Jenesse.org!