Hilary Duff celebrated season 4 of “Younger” on Monday with a live appearance on “GMA.” Watch the video below!
The new season premieres on TVLand on June 28th, and the show has already been picked up for a fifth season. “We’re so lucky,” Duff exclaimed, going on to discuss the series’ appeal. “All women can relate to it. Woman of all ages. Everybody can relate to wanting to reinvent themselves or feeling a little stuck or feeling someone’s not accepting you.”
Duff gives the credit for the program’s success to the creator of “Beverly Hills, 90210” and “Sex and the City.” “Darren Star is amazing. Our whole writing team is amazing, but he just knows how to write for women. I think our show’s really the perfect mix of like tugging at your heartstrings but making you laugh and being a little too edgy,” she shared.
“It’s really a tale about friendship. There is love interests weaving in and out, but it’s really a tale about friendship between women,” added the former child star, who will turn 30 this fall. “I’m super proud,” she said of reaching the milestone. “I’m excited.” A girls’ trip to Europe is in the works.
Of course, she’s most proud of raising 5-year-old son Luca, who may slowly be starting to realize his mom is famous. Duff recalled, “I picked him up from school and when he got home, he’s like, ‘I know your name.’ And I was like, ‘I know.’ And he’s like, ‘No, no. Your name’s Hilary Duff.’ And I was like, ‘Caught!’ I didn’t know how to respond. Yeah, that is my name, but he said it with a little glint in his eye, like somebody told him something that I haven’t.”
“I’m not ready for this yet,” Duff admitted. “He’s seen me on the cover of a magazine before in the grocery store, but I think he thinks like the next day it’s the next mommy’s turn to be on it. He has no clue.” The actress also spoke about “Lizzie McGuire” and why she’s happy to “move on” from her breakout role. Check out the full video below.
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