The birth of a child can often be described as the beginning of a lifelong unbreakable bond between parents and their offspring. Starting from conception, parents are typically known to dote heavily on their children and get more attached, especially in the early stages of a child’s life. That said, Bradley Cooper has said his daughter’s birth didn’t exactly rock his world. At least, not at first. During a recent podcast appearance, Bradley revealed his initial feelings for his daughter — and they aren’t exactly what you might expect. “The first eight months, I don’t even know if I really love the kid,” he recalled on Dax Shephard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast. “It’s dope. It’s cool. I’m watching this thing morph. That’s my experience. Fascinated by it. Loved taking care of it. But would I die if someone came in with a gun?”

While Bradley’s revelation is far from conventional, the actor went on to clarify that his predisposition to his daughter has since changed from not understanding when others would say, “I would die in a second for my kid,” to becoming exactly like those other parents saying, “And then all of a sudden, it’s like no question.” Thankfully for Lea, her dad’s paternal instincts have since kicked in and she may have the genetics to thank for that. “Your DNA is going to tell you that there’s something more important than you,” Bradley told Shephard.

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