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Blake Lively: My boobs are awesome!

Published 14/04/2015

Blake Lively
Blake Lively

Blake Lively admits her pregnancy was difficult to deal with because she was often nauseated.

The 27-year-old former Gossip Girl star and husband Ryan Reynolds welcomed their daughter James last December.

And now, just a few months after the birth, Blake loves how her body is shaping up, as breastfeeding has enhanced her bosoms remarkably.

"My boobs are pretty huge and awesome," she laughed to Us Weekly magazine at a press conference for her new movie The Age of Adaline. "That's probably the most thing significant change [about being a mom]."

However Blake admits carrying her little girl was no small feat.

Her pregnancy was tough, as she constantly felt the desire to vomit, especially while filming scenes for The Age of Adaline.

"I was just kind of nauseous [the whole time]!" Blake recalled. "My thoughts were, 'Dear God, I can't believe I have to do this stunt today.' Crashing into a pond and I'm crawling up. That was tough!"

In the film, Blake portrays a woman named Adaline Bowman who never ages after being involved in a car accident.

And even though she was pregnant while filming the period piece, the stunning blonde never felt pressured to look a certain way on set.

“This movie wasn’t about this woman always looking her very best. You look at the time period that Adaline came of age – in the 1950s – there was no such thing as putting on sweatpants and Uggs and going to the grocery store; you put on your gloves, your pillbox hat, matching cardigans – women really presented themselves,” Blake told Extra.

The Age of Adaline reaches American theatres on April 24.

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