Julia Roberts: "I Earned the Right to Stay Home"

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Julia Roberts is quite alright working less and spending more time at home.

In an interview with Access Hollywood, the 43-year-old wife and mom says she has no "mom guilt."

"Nope," she says, explaining that she's scaled back the amount of work she now takes on. "I felt I earned the right to stay home and be home and get super selective about what I wanted to do work wise."

Roberts, who has been married to cameraman Daniel Moder since 2002, has three children -- Henry, 3 and twins Hazel and Phinnaeus, 6. Part of her time at home includes cooking for her family, but she has a few conditions when she's in the kitchen. "I have a steadfast rule that I run a kitchen, not a diner," she says. "So I just make one meal… I try to be healthy, but listen, I love myself some bacon! So I have to cook what I think we're all going to enjoy.. But I try to make it as healthy as possible."