This advice is part of the reason she and Lauren waited a month before announcing George’s arrival, a period of time Samira is grateful for. She said, “It was amazing.”
That month also gave Samira the opportunity to learn what it’s truly like to be a mom, having played one before but never experiencing it firsthand. She explained that playing a surrogate mother to June’s (Elisabeth Moss) daughter, Nichole, taught her the basics—like how to change a diaper and hold a baby correctly, but having George “definitely made me realize that I didn’t really understand it as much as I thought it might.”
The newborn even changed her perspective of Handmaid’s Tale, particularly Yvonne’s character, Serena Waterford.
“Like, Yvonne is such an amazing actress. Right? So, in the first few seasons, she really makes you hate Serena with like, this vitriol, but later she’s walking around holding this baby bump,” she explained, before adding, “[but] I’ve wanted to be a mom my entire life, and obviously, so has she… And, yeah, it’s just it’s complicated. It’s very complicated.”
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