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Robin Wright wants to watch kids grow up again

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Robin Wright wishes she could watch her children grow up "all over again".

The 48-year-old star has daughter Dylan Frances Penn, 23, and son Hopper Penn, 21, with ex-husband Sean Penn and she's confessed that although being a parent is hard, she'd love to be able to go back in time and do it again.

Speaking about her and Penn's parenting tips, she explained to The Sunday Times newspaper: "I still worry about them and don't know why they're not calling me back.

"I wish I never gave them TV ... Watch film. We raised them that way. For every terrible movie they wanted to see, we made them watch [Francis Ford] Coppola. Neil Young. Nick Cave. We played that stuff to counter the rap they listened to at school.

"I wish I had to do it all over again."

The 'A Most Wanted Man' actress - who stars as politician's wife Claire Underwood in Netflix TV series 'House of Cards' - added that although she may disapprove of television, she would let her kids watch her hit series.

Quizzed on whether no TV would mean no 'House of Cards', she added: "But that's an education..."

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