They’re so big, it’s like she’s got her own solar system. Totally unfair.
Mad Men star Christina Hendricks showed up to the premiere of I Don’t Know How She Does It looking stunning, even from the neck up. Actually, you can’t even use the phrase “from the neck up” to talk about just her face—because her boobs are up to her neck. She’s the only woman whose facial features include cleavage.
Hendricks wore a revealing salmon colored satin dress by Vivienne Westwood. Sarah Jessica Parker, who stars in the movie, was also present at the event, rocking a sleeveless black crochet gown.
Sarah Jessica is known for wowing on the red carpet, but I think it’s safe to say Hendricks even outshined SJP. Olivia Munn, Pierce Brosnan, Greg Kinnear and Kelsey Grammer were also at the event. Not that anyone noticed.
Hendricks has been married for nearly two years, and she seems to be thoroughly enjoying one of the biggest perks of marriage—getting your husband to do stuff for you.
“My husband does so much to help me, and I do as much to help him as possible," Hendricks told PEOPLE. “If one day he's off from work, he'll help me to do something– and vice versa."
I’m guessing when Christina Hendricks wants anything from her husband, she just lifts up her shirt and says, “Do you think you can—“ and he rushes off to Walgreens to buy some tampons.
Hendricks explains how the two make their marriage work:
“We've been doing a lot of traveling and different jobs and going back and forth," she said. "I don't freak myself out if something doesn't happen."
In I Don’t Know How She Does It, Hendricks plays a single mom who works full time. But despite her movie role, Hendricks isn’t ready to play that part in her real life anytime soon. The actress says a baby is not on her radar.
“At least not anytime soon. I feel busy enough right now.” If she does have one, that kid's basically going to be born next to an all-you-can-eat buffet.
Hendricks describes her husband as “an amazing cook,” and says she tries not to feel guilty about him taking over the kitchen. “You don’t have to feel guilty about it. And sometimes [he] really enjoys it! I think he’s surpassed me now in his culinary talents.”