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And a re-emerged throwback to the 2010 miniseries The Pillars Of The Earth has shown that Hayley Atwell certainly has nothing to be ashamed of - as she is seen romping passionately with Eddie Redmayne between the sheets.Her co-star had no complaints either, as the scene sees the pair clinched in an explicit romp, with Eddie kissing her mouth and neck intensely.Fiery: The miniseries, that is centred around the 1989 novel of the same name, centred on the construction of a cathedral in the fictional town of Kingsbridge during a tumultuous period of English history known as The Anarchy in the 12th century She said: 'I know I've got curves and big boobs and I'm never, ever going to complain about that. I've always been a big believer in what you don't see being much sexier than what you do.'The screen starlet added that she combatted her peers nasty comments by being 'empathetic' towards them, though she still tries to avoid thinking about seeing them again.It's simply that most other actresses are really, stupidly tiny. Hayley added that she would try and see if her peers had any other issues as to why they were bullying her, and had thought over what she would say to one of the bullies should she encounter them again.The most harrowing scene is almost wordless, as Hawking inches his agonised way up the stairs to where his baby son Robert looks on from above, dumbly witnessing his own father’s regression to sub-toddler mobility.Redmayne is so good at this mute distress you temporarily forget he’s acting; it happens again at the end.The star also made the shocking revelation that she was similarly mocked by an unnamed producer.She claimed he told her: 'You look like a fat pig on screen.
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