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Brooklyn Decker is upset after she missed her flight while pumping breast milk on her way home from a quick trip this week.
The 28-year-old new mom started documenting her plane troubles on her Twitter when the aircraft encountered two mechanical delays before even taking off!
When the crew told passengers they could de-board while the issue was fixed, Brooklyn headed to the ladies room to pump breast milk. When she returned 15 minutes later the gate was closed and she wasn’t allowed to get back on!
“2 mechanical delays. Told we could de-plane. I did. Pumped in the bathroom. Returned 15 min later. Flight closed. Deeeeep breaths,” she wrote.
Brooklyn later added, “WHO LETS PASSENGERS OFF, THEN CLOSES THE GATE SHORTLY AFTER?!? *GULPS WINE* MISSES BABY *SOBS*”
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Here is what the Huntsman: Winter’s War actress had to share with the mag:
On wanting a scar for her character: “When I first arrived on set, I begged the director, Cedric [Nicolas-Troyan], for a scar on my face. I didn’t think the studio was going to go for it, but they did. I was so happy with it too. When you think of heroines or love interests, you think of these perfect little packages, but I think scars are beautiful. Flaws are beautiful.”
On types of roles she wants: “I want to be challenged. I want to be in all dramas. I’m sad because they don’t make Westerns anymore. I’m dying to do a Western and play some badass, gun-toting, horseback-riding lady cowboy.”
On growing up in Northern California: “I didn’t do well in school. I was kind of awkward and strange, didn’t have a lot of friends. I had a terrible perm. I fried my hair and had a red ‘fro. I wore cowboy boots in school. I was not a cool kid at all.”