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Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Mandy Moore uses four sets of fake breast prosthetics in 'This Is Us' Wonderwall 4 days ago By Mark Gray Ron Batzdorff/NBC Mandy Moore uses four sets of fake breast prosthetics in 'This Is Us' Mandy Moore doesn't have children in real life, but she became quite the expert on pregnancy thanks to "This Is Us." In an interview with Glamour , Mandy said the show's costume designer created multiple different prosthetic stomachs and breasts for her to wear as her character, Rebecca Pearson, "grew." "There were four different pairs as I progressed through different stages of pregnancy. [Costume designer Hala Bahmet] became the boob guru," Mandy said, adding that she had "really epic prosthetics." Originally, her character's breasts were made of birdseed, but the costume designer "eventually adapted them into the most realistic boobs I've ever seen," Mandy said. "On our show, [Rebecca] jumps through multiple decades and Hala's costumes never distract," she continued. "They always enrol just the right amount of nostalgia helping to create that immediate sense of familiarity that everybody gets when they watch the show." Pics: Jennifer Aniston rocks super high slit dress at the Oscars It turns out that Hala even created a few dresses for Rebecca that never saw the light of day, but ชุดคลุมท้องมือสอง they will if Mandy has anything to say about it! The actress just hopes those gowns haven't found their way to the fashion graveyard. "Hala created the most meticulously beautiful, flowy, bohemian maternity dresses [for Rebecca,] only to have them completely tossed aside at the last minute because the directors wanted me in a white T-shirt and jeans," she said. "Hala, I hope you saved them because I'm going to track them down and use them one day in real life!" Of her pregnant look on the hit NBC show, Mandy previously told People, "There was like progression of like, this size boob, this size boob and then, like, gigantic. I was ชุดคลุมท้องดารา like, 'This is insanity.' And different pregnancy pads, yes. I was most interested in the different-sized cutlets that I had to put on. I had a bodysuit I would pull up, but the boobs I had the most trouble with.

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Carol Monaghan Many attempt to fast, or give up something for the 40 days - such as Prime Minister Theresa May, who will stop eating crisps. On Ash Wednesday, Christians are encouraged not to rub the ashes off their foreheads and many display the symbol at work, like Ms Monaghan. A spokeswoman for the Catholic Church in England and Wales says: "Keeping the ashes on one's forehead throughout the day acts as a sign of the cross to all we meet and can often be a source of conversation. "Many people are dimly aware of ashes and the season of Lent - this visible witness could awaken faith in the hearts of others in the way that words cannot." But are Christians allowed to display the religious symbol while at work? Claire Dawson, employment lawyer at Slater and Gordon, says the right to display a religious symbol is protected under employment law and the European Convention on Human Rights, unless there is a good justification for prohibiting it. Image copyright PA Image caption Christians traditionally receive ashes on their forehead on Ash Wednesday She says: "If it was questioned by an employer or prohibited then they would have to have a good reason for that. "If you are someone who is a TV presenter, for example, there may be more of a debate. "The type of justification which is taken seriously would be health and safety. "There has been a case where somebody was fighting for her right to wear a cross at work, but because she was a nurse, it was against the employer's health and safety policy which justified her not being allowed to wear it. "Whereas a woman who was British Airways ground crew and who wanted to wear a cross, although it didn't comply with BA's dress code and corporate image, that wasn't considered important enough to trump her religion." 'Conscious decision' In addition, she says, employees are protected from being treated less favourably because of their religion or belief and from being subjected to harassment because of it. Ms Monaghan said that one of the Commons doorkeepers at Prime Minister's Questions had asked her about it after seeing another MP with, as he put it, "something on his head".

Please use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Mandy Moore uses four sets of fake breast prosthetics in 'This Is Us' Wonderwall 4 days ago By Mark Gray Ron Batzdorff/NBC Mandy Moore uses four sets of fake breast prosthetics in 'This Is Us' Mandy Moore doesn't have children in real life, but she became quite the expert on pregnancy thanks to "This Is Us." In an interview with Glamour , Mandy said the show's costume designer created multiple different prosthetic stomachs and breasts for her to wear as her character, Rebecca Pearson, "grew." "There were four different pairs as I progressed through different stages of pregnancy. [Costume designer Hala Bahmet] became the boob guru," Mandy said, adding that she had "really epic prosthetics." Originally, her character's breasts were made of birdseed, but the costume designer "eventually adapted them into the most realistic boobs I've ever seen," Mandy said. "On our show, [Rebecca] jumps through multiple decades and Hala's costumes never distract," she continued. "They always enrol just the right amount of nostalgia helping to create that immediate sense of familiarity that everybody gets when they watch the show." Pics: Jennifer Aniston rocks super high slit dress at the Oscars It turns out that Hala even created a few dresses for Rebecca that never saw the light of day, but they will if Mandy has anything to say about it! The actress just hopes those gowns haven't found their way to the fashion graveyard. "Hala created the most meticulously beautiful, flowy, bohemian maternity dresses [for Rebecca,] only to have them completely tossed aside at the last minute because the directors wanted me in a white T-shirt and jeans," she said. "Hala, I hope you saved them because I'm going to track them down and use them one day in real life!" Of her pregnant look on the hit NBC show, Mandy previously told People, "There was like progression of like, this size boob, this size boob and then, like, gigantic. I was like, 'This is insanity.' And different pregnancy pads, yes. I was most interested in the different-sized cutlets that I had to put on. I had a bodysuit I would pull up, but the boobs I had the most trouble with.

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