Charlize Theron cuts a slender figure after recent photos with over weighted curves
The award-winning actress is back to her killer figure after more than a year as she worked hard to get back to her slender self.
Charlize Theron was seen out in Los Angeles on Wednesday night looking incredibly gorgeous even when she was dressed in a totally casual look. AmoMama gathered details from Daily Mail.
She put on a lot of weight for her last film but on Wednesday, it looked like that the weight gain never happened at all. Clad in black sweatpants and a gray hoodie, Charlize donned a casual look through the neon-tinged night.
The 42-year-old looked stunning even in the most easygoing and laidback outfit. She also demonstrated that she doesn’t need to wear a lot of makeup to look pretty.
The South African slipped on a pair of sandals to match her casual ensemble. She looked trim and toned while walking alone in L.A.
The Atomic Blonde bombshell disclosed on ET that her lithe figure came from almost 18 months of hard work she did after gaining 50 lbs for the movie Tully.
Tully will be released in a few weeks, by the director behind Juno and Up in the Air. It stars the talented Charlize Theron and Mackenzie Davis, known for her role in Blade Runner 2049. It’s about a friendship between a mother of three and the babysitter.#Tully #CharlizeTheron pic.twitter.com/VDa3sNmfFI— Kara B 🎥 (@Kara_Byrne_) April 26, 2018
“There’s nothing fun about that. It took about a year and a half. It was a long journey, very long journey. And it’s hard because I had press junkets and movies around it and nobody knew that I had done it for this.”
“I was worried. I was like, this is taking a really long time. Because on Monster, I just didn’t snack for five days and I was fine. You know your body at 27 is a little different than your body at 43, and my doctor made sure to make me very aware of that. Like, you are 42, calm down, you’re not dying, all good.”
The actress also revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that to gain weight, she had potato chips as her go to.
“I ate a lot of everything, but my favorite thing, my drug of choice, is potato chips. I ate them everywhere.”
Tully is a comedy-drama film that follows the friendship of a mother of three and her nanny.