On her beauty:
Your funny gets developed pretty early on. I didn’t quite believe I was pretty for a long time. I never thought about it. I’m very genetically blessed, I cannot deny it, but I work hard at keeping myself together. Yes, I have nice cheekbones and skinny legs but I can’t take any credit for it.
… says 40 year-old Elizabeth, who is also famous for saying:
I just want to remind people that celebrities generally are genetically superior human beings on a certain level anyway … they’re mostly thin, you know, they got trainers, they work out, they’ve got money, they’ve got the ability, you know, and they are normally genetically predisposed to being thin people anyway. – check the whole quote in this post!
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On working with Jennifer Lawrence:
“Well, recently everyone surprised me on the set of Mockingjay with a birthday cake! That was really fun. And, of course, the first person to delve into my cake was Jennifer. I will say she’s a girl who likes to eat and I love that about her.”
… says Elizabeth.
On her diet:
“It’s essentially a gluten-free diet: no rice, no bread, no pasta. I’ll eat tons of protein and veggies. Also, I just drink water and tea… and alcohol. Portion control is a real problem. My husband and I always split one appetizer and one entree. I’m sure waiters hate us.”
… says 39 year-old Elizabeth.
Elizabeth has also said in the past that celebrities are normally genetically predisposed to being thin people because they are genetically superior human beings!
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Her best advice on how to maintain a thin figure:
“People ask me how I stay thin, and I’m like, ‘When you go to the grocery store, buy more bananas than cookies.”
… says Elizabeth in Women’s Health this month.
In case you forgot, Elizabeth also thinks that celebrities are thin because they are genetically superior human beings!
On why regular women should not compare themselves with celebrities:
“I like to believe that if I had carried my own baby, I would have bounced back. But who knows? And by the way, it’s such a horrible — women should not be expected to bounce back … it’s a, I think, a true disservice what’s going on right now with all these celebrity moms … first of all, I just want to remind people that celebrities generally are genetically superior human beings on a certain level anyway … they’re mostly thin, you know, they got trainers, they work out, they’ve got money, they’ve got the ability, you know, and they are normally genetically predisposed to being thin people anyway, so like these women who are holding up, you know, certain people as their benchmark after they’ve had a child, like just go be with your kid for a minute … don’t get to the gym right away. It’s alright. This is not how it’s supposed to be, everybody. Calm down.”
… says Elizabeth, who had 2 children via surrogate.
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