Emily Blunt, seemingly perfect in every way, is not immune to a spray tan disaster just like the rest of us. While appearing on The Late Late Show With James Corden, the actress revealed the one regret she still holds from her wedding day to John Krasinski - and it involves a self-inflicted tanning disaster we've all been through.
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"I got a bad spray tan and I would probably change that," Blunt told Corden when he asked her if she'd change anything about her wedding. "I look at the pictures and it just has an orange hue that is unnatural to normal skin colour."
The Mary Poppins star added that she has nobody to blame but herself because instead of hiring a professional she did it DIY.
"It was a do-it-yourself. I don't know why I was on a budget on my wedding day!" she said.
Blunt recalled the experience in vivid details, saying: "It was a bit patchy. It stinks and it was a very hot, so if you sweat and you have a spray tan wearing white, [you’re just] seeping orange," she said. "Oh, it was terrible. Yeah, it was bad."
Blunt and Krasinski wed in 2010 and will be celebrating 10 years of marriage this year. The couple shares daughters Hazel, 6, and Violet, 3.
Blunt appears on the April 2020 issue of marie claire Australia, where she passionately spoke about stamping out misconceptions surrounding the speech disorder.
"It's not psychological. It's not that you're nervous, it's not that you can't read, it's not that you don't know what you want to say. It's neurological, it's genetic, it's biological. It's not your fault" she said. "What they teach [at AIS], is that it's really not about 'oh, I stutter really badly.' It's more 'I stutter really well. I'm a brilliant stutterer.' It's sort of the reverse psychology. That's really helpful."
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