Jennifer Garner protects her breasts

Filed under: Your Pregnancy, Celeb Parents

Jennifer Garner is a high-flying, butt-kicking action hero -- and she's also a mom. So, during the filming of her latest movie, The Kingdom, in which she plays a hard-nosed US Special Agent, she refused to allow anyone to hit her in the chest during fight scenes.

Says Garner: "[They] had to stay away from my boobs. [They] could go for my head, pull my hair, just not the boobs."

At first it might sound like a movie star acting like a diva. But on closer inspection, it makes perfect sense. After all, she was putting those boobs to use off-camera, breastfeeding her then 18-month-old daughter Violet.

Though movie fans shouldn't be worried. Garner apparently underwent months of intensive training so that the fight scenes would look as convincing as possible. So, despite the lack of blows to her bosoms, I'm sure the film will turn out just fine.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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