Nov 30, 2016 08:52 AM EST By Jyoti Banthia

Naomi Watts Talks About Split from Liev Schreiber Says ‘Change is Always Scary’ [VIDEO]

Naomi Watts talks about life after split says that 'Change is Always Scary,' and wants a healthy life for kids.

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Actor Liev Schreiber (L) and actress Naomi Watts (R) attend the red carpet of Philippe Falardeau's movie 'The Bleeder' during 73rd Venice Film Festival at Venice Lido, Italy on September 2, 2016.
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Naomi Watts is moving on after her split from Liev Schreiber. The actress recently talks about life after her split from her longtime partner.

The couple announced their split in September after 11 years of marriage and two sons.

The couple is known for being friendly since their split and has put their children first, and even wished each other on their birthday post-split, reported E!Online.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph Australia, Naomi Watts shared that she feels that she is in a "good place in life" and that she wants to make sure that her kids are healthy.

She further added that irrespective of being famous or not transitions are scary for anyone, reported ABC News.

She said, "I feel like change is always scary, but that's only because transition for anyone is new and you wonder how things are going to go."

The actress spent Thanksgiving with her two sons at the family's beach house in New York where Watts is currently filming her new Netflix series, 'Gypsy.'

The 48-year-old actress took to Instagram, to post a cute family picture captioned, "Thankful and grateful ❤❤,"

Watts said that she is yet to figure out Christmas plans for this year. "I obviously want to get back to Australia, but I'm currently working on a TV show, Gypsy, and I've only got a limited amount of time off," she said.

Watts had come out openly in support of Liev and said that since he is the "father of my kids" so it is important to "support him."

In the split, in September the couple issued a statement, "Over the past few months we've come to the conclusion that the best way forward for us as a family is to separate as a couple."

They requested the media to be "mindful of our children and respect their right to privacy."

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