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Anna Camp endured an awkward breast massage on honeymoon

Published 22/11/2016

Anna Camp
Anna Camp

Anna Camp did a lot of sightseeing in "absolutely stunning" Italy with new husband Skylar Astin.

Anna Camp got a little more than she bargained for when she booked in for a massage while on her honeymoon in Italy.

The American actress began dating Skylar Astin in 2013 after they met on the set of their film Pitch Perfect. After tying the knot in a vineyard ceremony in California in September (16), the happy couple headed to Italy for their honeymoon, where they did a lot of sightseeing in the "absolutely stunning" country but also set aside some time for relaxing.

And during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night (21Nov16), Anna revealed that a massage treatment she had during the trip ended up being more intimate than she had anticipated.

"In America, as a woman, you’re laying there and they normally cover this part of you with like a little sheet or something," she said, gesturing to her upper body. "So the masseuse (doesn’t do that), she removes the sheet, so I kept saying (to myself), 'This is Europe, embrace your body, everything is fine, get into it,' and as I’m saying that I’m getting more and more tense every second."

As the female masseuse began to get closer to her chest area, Anna began to get anxious she’d massage her breasts.

"I kept thinking, well she’s not actually going to massage there... there’s no way she’d actually do that... And boom! And I just let it happen. I didn’t know what to do... Do you stop?" she laughed.

Though she froze after the awkward moment in the session, the 34-year-old eventually convinced her therapist to move onto a less intimate area – her feet!

"I think I said something like can you please massage my feet over and over," explained Anna to host Jimmy.

Though Anna found the experience to be rather uncomfortable, she’s managed to find a funny side to the situation.

"The kicker is that we both paid and I got a discount!" she laughed.

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