“I don’t care if my breasts reach my navel”
No bra is a problem for Gillian Anderson!
The 52-year-old actress opened up about her aversion to underwear during a question-and-answer session with fans on Instagram Live Tuesday.
“I don’t wear a bra anymore. I don’t wear a bra anymore. I can’t wear a bra. I can’t, no. I can’t.” The crown said the star, when asked about her lockdown outfit during the coronavirus pandemic. “I’m sorry, but I don’t care if I hit my belly button, my breasts hit my belly button. I’m not wearing a bra anymore. It’s just too uncomfortable.”
As for her favorite clothes, Anderson said she would wear “comfy” black sweatpants and a black hoodie “everyday” if she could.
“[It’s] probably the same as my go-to outfit for containment, “the actress added.” I’m so lazy. “
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In 2019, the Emmy winner officially joined the cast of The crown as a young Margaret Thatcher for Season 4 of the hit Netflix series. Her performance as the former Prime Minister earned her a 2021 Primetime Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.
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The actress was “excited” to portray the “complicated and controversial woman” when she first got the role.
“Thatcher was definitely great but I love exploring below the surface and dare I say falling in love with the icon who, whether loved or despised, defined an era,” she said. A declaration at the time.
Anderson also won a Golden Globe nomination for his role as Thatcher.
RELATED: Gillian Anderson stars as Eleanor Roosevelt in Showtime’s The First Lady
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In February, Showtime revealed that Anderson had been cast as Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of 32nd US President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in an upcoming series on the life and times of the former first lady.
The first season of The first lady (working title) will draw on the personal and political lives of Michelle Obama (Viola Davis), Betty Ford (Michelle Pfieffer) and Roosevelt.
An official Showtime plot description indicates that the show will be a “telltale reframing of American leadership” while retracing “their journeys to Washington through enlightening intimacy.”