Missing motherhood: The one thing Barbara Walters regrets

Posted By on December 22, 2013

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As the 84-year-old Walters prepared for her final “Fascinating People” special and the end of her 50-year news career, she sat down with Piers Morgan, host of CNN’s “Piers Morgan Live” on Dec. 17.

Asking Walters to reflect on a career that has included trailblazing as the first female anchor on an evening news program, three Emmy Awards and interviews withevery U.S. president since Richard Nixon, Piers posed this question:

“Final question. It’s kind of not a best or worst. It’s more like, you’ve had such an extraordinary life and career, and it’s continuing on into your retirement, and I’m sure it will carry on after that. If you could relive one moment in your life, the moment that brought you the greatest satisfaction, thrill, sadness perhaps. I mean, what has been, you think, the moment?”

Without waiting for Morgan to complete the question, Walters asked if she could instead express a regret.

“I regret not having more children. I would have loved to have had a bigger family,” Walters said.

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