Sienna Miller leaked breast milk while hugging Mark Wahlberg at Golden Globes
Sienna Miller met Mark Wahlberg while she was still breastfeeding.
Sienna Miller accidentally "lactated all over" Mark Wahlberg when they hugged at the Golden Globe Awards.
The American Sniper actress joined the Hollywood actor on The Graham Norton Show for a pre-taped interview, which airs on Friday (16Jun17), and recalled the first time they met at the annual awards ceremony in 2013.
At the time, Sienna was still breastfeeding her daughter Marlowe, now four, and she had an unfortunate mishap when they embraced each other.
"I met him just six months after having a baby and I was still breastfeeding but what he doesn't know is that when he very sweetly gave me a big hug I lactated all over him!" she revealed.
Mark was surprised by the confession and responded: "I had no idea, but it is the Golden Globes so anything can happen!"
The 35-year-old, who joined Instagram earlier this week (beg12Jun17), is currently gearing up to star in a new stage production of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof alongside Jack O'Connell at London's Young Vic theatre, and she admits she is scared about finally unveiling it to the public when previews begin on 13 July.
"Rehearsing a play is my favourite thing of all time but then I have to do it, which is the scary part!" she joked.
The Boogie Nights actor was on the couch to talk about his new movie Transformers: The Last Knight and joked about how much he hated the long hairstyle his character Cade Yeager sports in the movie, saying, "The long hair is the worst thing ever. I look like my mum in the '70s - it's just really bad!"
He had to get back in shape for the role because he had gained weight for Patriots' Day, a movie about the Boston Marathon bombing, so he spent five months working out, with his regime including "running golf courses", where he'd "hit the ball, sprint to the ball and hit it again."
They were also joined by Woody Harrelson, Tom Holland, and Andy Serkis.
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