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Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Kate Beckinsale: All natural

Beckinsale A spokesman for Kate (Pearl Harbor) Beckinsale has hotly denied that a clause in the actress’s contract provides that she may not be filmed leaning over at more than a 45-degree angle because "her boob implants slide up to her collar bone."  That was the substance of a claim by fellow British actress Sienna (Resident Evil 2) Guillory, who said that Beckinsale (left) had yielded to Hollywood pressure to enhance her appearance and was no longer "cool."

Not only is there no such clause, said Beckinsale’s agent, but the actress does not, in fact, have implants.  Still, another report quotes Beckinsale's 5-year-old daughter Lily wondering why her mother  "look[s] like J.Lo all the time?"

[Ed. note:  An exhaustive search of Web photos of Beckinsale does not disclose one that shows her leaning over more than 45 degrees, but this of course proves nothing.]

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