Anna Faris is an open book, even when it comes to talking about her boobs. During a recent interview, the Mom actress/popular podcaster revealed that she has zero regrets about getting a boob job earlier in her career. She even went so far as to say it was pretty "awesome." Here's what she said.
It should be noted that Anna Faris was getting a divorce from her first husband, actor Ben Indra, at the time. Her boob job story was before Faris got married (and subsequently divorced) to Chris Pratt. But no matter. As Anna Faris continued to reveal in her profile with Women's Health, even though the actress is happy she got the procedure, Faris admits she had insecurities at first; se was worried that she wasn't being a good feminist.
Additionally, Anna Faris admits she still loves Chris Pratt, even though they are no longer together. They remain close to raise their child, 5-year-old Jack, and Faris claims she still has "a lot of love and friendship" towards Pratt, even during their separation. Faris cherishes the child they had together. That said, in a recent interview with Dax Shephard on his podcast, Anna admitted that she's still trying to rediscover the purpose of marriage.
Anna Faris can currently be seen in the CBS sitcom Mom, which premiered its newest season earlier this month. She is also soon set to be seen in the upcoming Overboard remake, which docks into theaters on May 4th. She was also recently heard in last summer's The Emoji Movie. Meanwhile, Anna Faris also recently published her first memoir, Unqualified, inspired by her relationship podcast. It hit bookshelves in October. Her podcast, Anna Faris is Unqualified, premiered back in 2015.
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