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Thursday 10 July 2014

Christina Hendricks ‘living in a musical’

Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks has spoken about how she and her husband love to sing songs and eat fried chicken together and has shared two of her most recent embarrassing moments.

The Mad Men actress and her actor spouse Geoffrey Arend are huge music aficionados.

Christina can’t think of the last time her house was filled with silence.

“I was singing At Last by Etta James this morning. My husband and I sing a lot at home,” she told People magazine.

“We just make up songs. It’s sort of like living in a musical.”

Christina and Geoffrey, who tied the knot in 2009, are also big foodies.

The star admits her palette has altered drastically since becoming wed to her beau.

“I've never been into fried chicken before, but Geoffrey is now bringing the chicken, smoking it, then frying it all at home,” Christina shared.

“It's like a whole different dish. I took two big ol' wonderful pieces.”

The gorgeous thespian confesses she is not very graceful in private.

Christina reveals she sustained a nasty injury during a recent klutz moment.

“I was walking down the stairs in footie pajamas and slipped,” she recalled.

“I bounced down and had bruises from my bum down to my ankle. It was really painful and really unattractive.”

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