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May 8, 2011
Brooke Shields is an iconic star who has been in the spotlight since she was 12-years old. As a teenager, she was one of the most famous models in the world and she’s been featured on hundreds of magazine covers. She later graced the Broadway stage and then reinvented herself into a major sitcom star and a best-selling author.
See also: Are you part of the sandwich generation?
Still going strong, Brooke tirelessly balances career and family. As a working mother of two, devoted wife and caregiver for her ailing mother, she is part of what has come to be known as the sandwich generation.
My Generation’s Bill Boggs sat down with this iron-willed woman to discover what it takes to keep her going.
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