Christina Hendricks: "Are my breasts real? It's a bizarre question."

The American actress, best known for her role as Joan Holloway in the series "Mad Man", recently appeared at the opening of the Savannah Film Festival in Georgia.

Christina Hendricks: "Are my breasts real? It's a bizarre question."

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Christina Hendrix (46) had as many as six Emmy nominations for her role in the series "Mad Men", and because of this role, she lost her job. It was little known at the time, but she did not have the support of the agency that represented her.

"They told me that the series will be short-lived and that they can't represent me if I think I will accept the role of Joan, because the series will never be profitable," she said a few years ago. She decided to take a risk - the agency broke off cooperation with her, but her role in the series brought her much more than that.

Two years ago, Christina divorced her colleague, Geoffrey Arend, after 10 years of marriage.

"12 years ago we fell in love and became partners. Today we are taking our next step together but on separate paths. We will always be grateful for the love we shared and we will always work together to raise our two beautiful dogs," they told the media at the time.

Also, Christina won over the audience, especially the male part, because of her extremely feminine figure, ivory complexion, and whispering voice. However, she was not always thrilled with questions about physical appearance.

So when asked, which she considers bizarre, whether her breasts are real or fake, she answered: "They are so obviously real, that anyone who has ever touched a woman's breasts should know that."

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During her career, Christina was proclaimed the most desirable, sexiest, most beautiful woman in the lists of prestigious magazines. At the height of the "Mad Men" series, Christina complained, "I worked so hard doing that role, and everyone just asks me about my looks!"

Wherever she appears, Christina provokes male sighs, but she says she loves gentlemen. She likes the man to get up when the woman enters the room, to open the door for her, to hold her coat.

"I love tradition, I love those ceremonies; there is so little of that today," says Christina.

By: Sarah R.