An uncomfortable Natalie Portman joined her co-star Jon Hamm at the premiere of their film Lucy in the Sky at the Darryl Zanuck Theater at FOX Studios in LA yesterday.
Natalie Portman and Jon Hamm at the premiere of Lucy in the Sky at the Darryl Zanuck Theater at FOX Studios in Los Angeles, California, on September 25, 2019
We can pinpoint a few things that could be the reasons why Natalie had a serious look on her face in many of her pictures. Number one on our list is her taped-up feet.
The 38-year-old mom-of-two not only had a band-aid on the base of her left toe but also had a flesh-colored bandage under her left heel.
Natalie Portman with a band-aid on the base of her big toe on her left foot
Could Natalie be covering up a bunion or a foot deformity?
The bandages aren’t placed anywhere near the straps of her black suede ankle-strap sandals, so her feet injuries must be from a different pair of shoes.
Natalie Portman sporting a flesh-colored bandage under her left heel
Another reason could be her plunging, black bodysuit.
Even if Natalie is all taped up underneath, she has never really been one to flash so much flesh. She couldn’t have been comfortable in that gaping, cut-down-to-the-navel bodysuit with shoulder pads.
Natalie Portman wearing a shoulder-padded, black bodysuit with a gaping, plunging neckline
The third reason could be her black, flap-pocket mini skirt that appears to be too tight for her.
The left side of the waistband looks like it’s pulling and pinching what skin it could on the petite actress.
Natalie Portman in a cut-down-to-there bodysuit and a mini skirt with a too-tight waistband
You could make someone wear the most fabulous outfit but if they’re not comfortable in it, it’s the first thing to show.
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