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'The Girl On The Train' Star Emily Blunt Is So Busy She Forgets She's Even Pregnant

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(Photo : Getty Images/Angela Weiss) "The Girl On the Train" star Emily Blunt says her "first pregnancy is the most self-indulgent thing in the world," but carrying her second child now is a different feeling entirely.

"The Girl On the Train" star Emily Blunt has so many things on her plate that she sometimes forgets that she is even pregnant.

The actress recalled how relaxed and pampered she was during her first pregnancy with husband John Krasinski that carrying their second child now feels like a different thing entirely.

"The first pregnancy is the most self-indulgent thing in the world because you get massages and prenatal yoga and hypnotherapy CDs," she told C Magazine. "During this one I forget that I'm even pregnant. I'm hoisting a 2-year-old around!"

Blunt said that their daughter Hazel is actually more demanding of her time now so she has some difficulty managing time for work and family.

"It's quite a juggle with children, especially young children who are now able to vocalize, 'Please don't go.' I don't want to feel torn," she said.

This is why Blunt considers her upcoming voice work for the movies "My Little Pony" and "Gnomeo & Juliet: Sherlock Gnomes and Animal Crackers" as the perfect gigs during her pregnancy.

"You can do that when you're pregnant! It's really fun and really easy, and you can pop in in your pyjamas, and no one would ever know," she told BBC.

As for her role as the ice queen Freya in "The Huntsman: Winter's War," Blunt said that it "affected [her] really deeply" because it was about a mother losing her child.

"She goes through this traumatic experience of losing a child in a really awful way, and it just shifts her into a complete 180," she said.

"I found those scenes just so upsetting and really, really shocking to do. I think when you become a mother you are able to engage emotionally in a way that you just have a better understanding of what it would feel like," Blunt added.

"The Girl On the Train" will make its way to cinemas on Oct. 7, while "The Huntsman: Winter's War" will be released on April 22.

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Apr 05, 2016 01:53 AM EDT

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