Halle Berry Covers Vogue Magazine

Remember when we told you back in June that Halle Berry was rumored to be covering the all important September issue of Vogue magazine? Well the rumors turned out to be true and today Vogue released a preview of the cover and inside photo shoot. You can check out both below- as well as a few excerpts.


Halle on her troubles getting pregnant: “Nature has got it all wrong,” she muses. “When you are younger, it should be harder to get pregnant, and as you get older it should be easier. When you are so ready, you can’t do it to save your life. And when you are 21, you are so not ready, but you are ripe as could be.”

Halle on her feelings for Gabriel: “We love each other very much, and we both share the love of our lives. And we are both 100 percent committed to being the best parents we can be. And while it was not a love connection for us, he was absolutely the right person to have this child with because she is going to have an amazing father.”

Halle on her separation from Gabriel: “You realize you are not meant to go the distance with everybody. “We were meant to bring this amazing little person into the world. And I think that’s why we came together. And because of that, we are going to be together forever, all three of us. We are a family until we are not here anymore.”

Halle on falling in love: “I’m not done with love, but I refuse to settle,” twice-divorced Berry declares. “I am a hopeless romantic. And I won’t stop till I get it right.”

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17 Comments

  1. I’ve always loved Halle she just gives honest answers. Great to see her on the cover.

  2. September Issue, I see you girl. Congrats to Halle well deserved.
    She is GORGEOUS, with some amazing skin.
    I like the hair and, with the vibe of the entire spread it works. Loves it all 🙂

  3. Is it just me or is anyone else tired of her being the token black actress…..can we find someone else PLEASE!!!!

  4. Go Halle!!!

    It’s wonderful to see that Halle could get the prestigous September Vogue Issue…Ann Wintour at the helm too…their big seller…at 44 years old…no big hit movies in awhile…yeah, she’s a real movie star!

    Very candid interview…gotta love her!

  5. @Kanyade, maybe not.

    Halle looks stunning, & like someone else said, I love her honesty. That cover looks hardly photoshopped and she looks amazing

  6. Nah, I’d love for RihRih to have it; or maybe at least a cover of Vogue. It’s just I read it was hinted she might be featured. Next time around, I hope.

  7. Feeling the hair too! Very sexy and flirty, yet with a masculine edge!

  8. Get it Ms. Berry! It’s amazing to me how this woman is 40+ and still putting chicks half her age to shame. Hawt!

  9. I truly applaud Ms. Berry! She seems to be a good person, & it’s great that she received this honor. I will definitely buy this mag to send the message to Vogue that we would like more people of ALL colors and races to be represented on their covers MUCH MORE OFTEN. Vogue is supposed to be a fashion mag. It did not start out as a mag to uplift Caucasian women, so it should represent ALL races in fashion.
    On another note, I must say that Halle Berry is NOT African-Am. She is biracial. She’s part Caucasian and part African-Am. Yes, I know that most African-Am. may have some other race in them way, way back down the line. That is not the point. She is both races directly. Also, if we want to get technical, all races come from Adam & Eve, so we really should end the race thing anyway. However, since we do have races, it seems that people are negating large parts of themselves in order to choose a race. W have our first biracial president and our first African-Am. First Lady. That’s wonderful. It will also be great when we have the firsts for other races as well. However, just because a person identifies with a particular race or lives in a particular racial environment or gets treated as if they are a part of a particular race, it does NOT make them a member of that race. There maybe Latinos or others who identify completely with African-Am. and have lived among us their whole live, but if they are on the cover of a magazine, they will not be listed as African-Am. I feel that a if a person states their race or if the media is going to state someone’s race, they and we should not negate to state what their race truly is.

  10. I also sent a letter to the editor letting them know that I would love to see more women of ALL colors and ALL races on the cover of their mag more frequently.

  11. Actually Halle is African American because her father is black. The ethnicity of the child is determined by the seed of the father and since her father is black that makes her black. But not to ignore the white woman who birthed her, she is an african american woman who is half white.

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