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Kate Beckinsale & Crew Bring Their Pup To The Park

Actress Kate Beckinsale, 36, along with husband Len Wiseman, took her 10-year-old daughter Lily Mo Sheen to Will Rogers Park to walk their dog yesterday (January 2).

After their puppy playdate, the trio headed to Brentwood, Calif. to do some grocery shopping.

Recently Kate admitted she was pleased that tabloids were suggesting she’d had a breast enhancement operation after putting on 14lbs for her role as Ava Gardner in 2004’s The Aviator, but was subsequently hurt after realizing she was being ridiculed:

At one point I felt as though everyone was out to get me. We were suddenly talking about breasts – not brains. I was having everything examined from my cellulite to my choice of films. I had allowed myself to be flattered when all this talk of breasts started because I assumed it meant I looked good. But when I found out it meant I had horrible boobs I was taken aback. I began to wonder why I cared about things which, essentially, don’t matter at all.

 

Kate Beckinsale ‘insecure about her looks’

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Sexy Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale has confessed she is insecure about her looks.

The British actress – who was recently named the Sexiest Woman Alive by the US edition of Esquire magazine – insists she has the same insecurities about her appearance as every other woman.

She said: “I’ve always had doubts about my looks. Most women have body issues and I’m no different.”

In 2004, Kate was plagued by rumours she’d had a boob job after she had to gain 14lbs for her role as Ava Gardner in the movie ‘Aviator’.

The 26-year-old actress admits she let the rumours get to her and regrets ever getting sucked into the Hollywood machine.

She added to Reveal magazine: “We were suddenly talking about breasts – not brains. At one point I felt as though everyone was out to get me. I was having everything examined from my cellulite to my choice of films. I had allowed my self to be flattered when all this talk of breasts started because I assumed it meant I looked good. But when I found out it meant I had horrible boobs I was taken aback. I began to wonder why I cared about things which, essentially, don’t matter at all.”