Mother’s Day Special: Some of the Famous Mommies

There are several emotions and qualities that a mother inherits in her. She is always a strong personality; whatever comes her way, each day she faces that with courage. She’s always with full energy; at midnight she’ll work with the same energy as she was working throughout the day. All mothers are good at their jobs but there are some mothers who excelled in their careers and are standing out. They efficiently managed both their personal and professional life. Want to know who are these Super Mothers? Let’s get you some of them.

Mother Teresa

Mother Teresa, even though didn’t give birth to children but she was a mother to thousands. She was the founder of the “Missionaries of Charity,” an organization that served several leprosy patients and other people who needed help. She won the Nobel Prize for Peace.

Marie Curie

She was a physicist and one of the most famous scientists in the world; she conducted successful research on radioactivity. Curie won the Nobel Prize for Physics. Even after becoming a widow, she raised her daughter all alone along with managing her work.

Margaret Thatcher

She was the first woman prime minister of the United Kingdom. She managed her political life along with her family life very smoothly. She was well qualified and managed to do her duties both for her family and country effectively.

Chris Evert

Her complete name was Chris Evert Lloyd. She was the former most popular tennis player from the United States. Evert has won 18 Grand Slam single titles and 3 doubles titles.

Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison is the first African-American to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. She is the most popular novelist in the US. She is the well-known American cultural critics along with being a writer.

Indira Gandhi

India’s first lady Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. She was the person responsible for Green Revolution in India. A proud mother of two children: Rajiv and Sanjay Gandhi.

Princess Diana

The Princess of Wales used her royal status to help the charity organizations and children’s hospitals. She focused on raising awareness against the harmful effects of landmines. Diana was a proud mother of Prince Williams and Prince Harry.

All you mothers out there, get motivated from abovementioned “Super Moms”; don’t just remain within the closed doors and waste your talent. Get out! Let this world recognize you, not just as a good mother but as a famous mother.

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