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A Chauffer for Breast Milk?

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Monday, March 20, 2006

What do you do when it's the end of the day, you're working late and you're not going to make it home in time to feed your son? Why you grab the nearest set driver and have him shuttle expressed milk home for your tot. At least that's what Kate Winslet did while on the set of her film 'Romance and Cigarettes.'

From Showbiz News:

"I would literally feed him, throw on a tracksuit and lump my way into work with massive breasts and rehearse between feeds. My co-star Mary-Louise Parker's little boy was only five weeks old too, so in between scenes we could hear one another's breast pumps through the walls of our trailers."

"One particularly ridiculous moment came when we were filming in Agent Provocateur underwear and ended up running over. I had to put the milk in a freezer bag and get some random set driver I'd never met before to take the milk back to our house."


Good for her! :)

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  1. Blogger the SmockLady | 1:08 PM |  

    That's too funny! Hey she cared enough to get it to him instead of say, jsut fixing a bottle of formula. Extravagant? Maybe - she had the means, if I did I would too.

  2. Blogger Kim | 5:37 PM |  

    I've always loved Kate Winslet...now I love her even more! Thanks for the cute story!

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