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Actress Hilary Duff came to fame as the title character on the Disney Channel series Lizzie McGuire. Her debut pop record, Metamorphosis, went triple-platinum.
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In 2005, she donated $250,000 to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, and encouraged her fans to donate as well.
As she looks toward the future, Hilary Duff remains very aware of the unusual opportunities that allowed her to achieve a great amount of success at a young age, saying,
"I wonder what life would have been like to have a different life. I sometimes wish I wasn't always watched or didn't have to worry about been seen somewhere. But I've experienced things other girls haven't. I've traveled, I'm financially independent, I own a beautiful home and I'm happy with my job. I don't have to struggle with the questions a lot of other women do."
But the famed actress/singer also looks forward to challenges and opportunities for growth, both in her career and personal life. "I want to grow as a person, and I want to make mistakes," she has stated. "I'm human, too. So I think I've gotten to a place where I'm really being myself."
On August 14, 2010, Duff married her longtime boyfriend, Mike Comrie, a professional hockey player for the Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League. On March 20, 2012, Duff gave birth to the couple's first child, son Luca Cruz Comrie. In a 2013 interview with the Today show, Duff stated that she was "obsessed" with being a mom. "It's very humbling. It's all about him ... It's his world. We're just living in it," she said. "I feel like my heart just swelled. I didn't know I could love something so much. And that keeps getting more intense as he grows older."
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