Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 2 October 2014

Olivia Wilde: I love my boobs

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde enjoys shopping for bigger sized bras during her pregnancy.

The 30-year-old actress is currently expecting her first child with her fiancé Jason Sudeikis. During her pregnancy Olivia has noticed her assets have grown in size - a change which she has embraced with open arms.

"I'm like, double 'D,' hello! I've never been in this section of the bra store! I've been flat-chest-ed my whole life, so it's a wonderful new world," she beamed to the May issue of Lucky magazine.

Before being with child Olivia was known for her slender figure. The brunette beauty was initially hesitant about putting her growing stomach on display, but soon saw the positive side.

"I just thought, oh I'm going to hide this forever," she recalled. "But I ended up getting kind of excited to show the bump, as a badge of pride. Like I'm a woman! Look at me making a human! I am a goddess!"

Olivia's impending motherhood has opened her eyes to new beauty products and there is one which she can't get enough of.

"I've discovered some strong moisturisers throughout the process. The tube that's in my purse and is with me at all times is Rodin cream. That stuff is dreamy," she added.

The Drinking Buddies star appears on the cover of the publication wearing a white knitted cardigan with a navy blue outline. Keeping the whole look natural, her honey-coloured locks are worn down and a touch of brown eyeshadow and eyeliner give her make-up a warm feel

The actress continued to explain how pregnancy has helped her mature more as a person.

"Pregnancy does shed away all of the b*****t. It gives you more empathy because you look at everyone and you think, 'You were a baby!'" she noted.

"Pregnancy brings you into this sort of commune - you feel connected to women in a way that you never have."

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