But, in the meantime, here is an interview the BBC did with Julia Roberts, supposedly about how she balances motherhood and her career. However, despite quoting Roberts, who said that the emphasis placed on appearance in Hollywood has a detrimental effect on acting - they then go on to spend over half the article describing Robert's appearance. They describe her clothing at the interview and then mention that she stripped "down to a floral fuchsia bikini for her role as a wealthy Texas socialite in Charlie Wilson's War."
They only briefly quote Roberts on motherhood right at the end of the piece.
It is a tough trick to pull off, as any working parent knows.
Still, if you are Julia Roberts you are in with a chance.
"I have a really great husband, who's also a great father. I have great girlfriends and I'm in a position where I can have somebody help me with my kids when I need that - I'm not doing it by myself."
Well done BBC on another sparkling example of journalistic integrity, incisive articles and intelligent discourse.