Natalie Portman Closes Pregnancy Reports; hits back at bodyshamers in a punchy post

Hollywood actress Natalie Portman was reportedly pregnant after she was seen wearing a baggy top. A section of the US media had suggested that she could expect a baby bump. However, Natalie seems quite unhappy with her pregnancy reports. She criticized the reports that she was not pregnant. Also Read – Throwback Time: When Ranbir Kapoor Asked Natalie Portman for a Photo, But Angrily Told to ‘Get Lost’ – Deets Inside

“Hey, so I’m not pregnant at all,” Natalie posted on the Instagram story. She also hit back at bodyshamers in another post, saying, “But apparently it’s still okay in 2021 for anyone to speculate and comment on a woman’s body shape when they want to? Do better.” A representative for the actress also denied the news of the pregnancy to Daily Mail Australia. Also Read – Black Swan actress Natalie Portman on her sexualization in the media when she was 12: It took away my own sexuality

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A few months ago, Natalie shared how she was bullied in school for being a child actress, as she spoke to actress Drew Barrymore. The two actresses were discussing their experiences as child stars.

“I read this stuff about you didn’t have an easy time in school because you went out to the movies and then come back and have a hard time with the other kids at school … I haven’t really read that from a lot of people and it was totally my experience, I’m really connected with it, ”said Portman, speaking on The Drew Barrymore Show, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

She added: “I mean, I think people are bullied for all kinds of reasons and that’s a good reason to be bullied because you do something you love, I want to. say if you’re doing something you love. I think it kind of builds your empathy, like you’re on that side of teasing, you sure don’t ever want to make anyone feel that way again. “

Barrymore was a child actor and starred with Portman in the 1996 film, “Everybody Says I Love You”. Portman shared that she found the experience difficult. Barrymore said: “The irony is that they would always tell me, ‘You think you’re so special. They’d say to me’ and I was like, not only do I not think I’m special, but you absolutely confirm that I am not ”.

Portman added, “I know it’s so sad and it’s like you know young people should be able to be proud of their accomplishments and I was like, ‘Oh my God I should just keep my head down. time ‘. Which isn’t a good way to live life. “

(With IANS inputs)

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