Bradley Cooper reveals fatherhood secrets

Bradely Cooper has had a top year of his professional career as his movie “A star is born” gained critical traction from the viewers and applauded his on screen chemistry with Lady Gaga.

The 45 year old recently got all teared up talking about the death of his father. The Hangover actor, recently did an interview with Willie Geist, where he reflects upon family, Career and recently his directorial debut.

It was the question about his father who died in 2011 because of cancer that choked Bradley. Watch the complete interview here:

Lea de seine Shayk Cooper

Back in 2017, Bradley and his now ex partner Irina Shayk, welcomed a baby girl, the actor has ever since been very averse to revealing anything in public or the media. But as Bradley settles in the role of fatherhood, he states:

Bradley Cooper with daughter
Bradley Cooper with daughter

“So I guess having a child, and having a family of my own — which is a miracle and something I’ve always dreamt of — has opened me up even more, I guess, to the day, and to be present,”

Lea de seine  with father Bradley Cooper
Lea de seine with father Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper and his daughter Lea de seine seems inseparable as they are often seen doing the father daughter activities

In a recent interview he was asked how has being a father effected him as a person and he states:

“Yeah. I think like [in] every way. I mean, it allowed me to embrace my childlike self without any sort of like, fear of judgment. Like, I could just play with toys all day long and not feel like- is this weird? Or watch cartoons endlessly and not think I’m wasting my life. I love cartoons.”

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Cooper, also admitted that sometimes he sees his father in his daughter and that there were times that he would just look at her and say “dad?” like his father’s spirit actually lived within his daughter.

We are sure his father looks down on his son and his grad daughter and protect them from time to time.

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