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Rose Byrne On ‘Playboy’ Cover Four Months After Giving Birth

Rose Byrne appears in the June 2016 issue of Playboy in a vastly different kind of shoot than the magazine is traditionally known for. According to News Australia, Rose Byrne appears in the June issue of Playboy dressed in a red silk robe and a black embellished dress.

The appearance marks the first time Rose Byrne had been in a shoot for Playboy, which recently announced a new editorial direction that would no longer include nude photos in their magazine. The actress spoke about the joys of parenthood and her relationship with her partner, Bobby Cannavale. Byrne also revealed that she has started to become more like her own parents ever since her son, Rocco, was born.

Rose Byrne spoke on her parents and her Australian heritage, referring to her parents as “no-nonsense Australians” who don’t like “fanfare or fussiness.”

“They’re incredibly self-sufficient and curious. I hope I’m like them in those ways. Australians are real wanderers; we’re well traveled because we’re so isolated. That’s something I’m proud of in being an Australian.”

Rose Byrne has starred in many big franchises, and she has many impressive acting credits to her name. One of the biggest franchises that she acted in was in Star Wars, in which she played the role of the handmaiden Dormé to Natalie Portman’s Queen Amidala in the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II — The Attack of The Clones. Rose Byrne described the experience of being in the film as “extraordinary,” yet, with only one line of dialogue in the film, she finds it a stretch to say that she was a character in the film at all.

The actress finds it amusing that the small role she had in Star Wars is the topic of 90 percent of the fan mail she receives.

Rose Byrne recently graced the red carpet of the Tony Awards in New York. According to the Daily Mail, Rose Byrne and her partner, Bobby Cannavale, made an appearance on the red carpet at the Tony Awards.

Rose Byrne proudly revealed that she wasted no time in getting back into shape after becoming a mother to her new baby just four months ago. The Bridesmaids actress wore a slinky gown with a plunging neckline at the Tony Awards that revealed her toned arms and slim waist. She accessorized the glamorous outfit with a pair of black strappy heels, dangling earrings, and an elegant black clutch. Accompanying her on the red carpet was her partner, who looked like a dapper gentleman wearing his custom-made buttoned-up black suit by Rag and Bone. The actor affectionately put his arm around his partner as they posed for photos on the rose-lined red carpet.

The parents to their baby, Rocco, enjoyed a hard-earned break from parental duties as they spent the evening mingling and chatting away with fellow actress Cate Blanchett and Glenn Close.

As the parent of a newborn, the Bridesmaids actress is discovering that awkward and sometimes bizarre things can happen at any time. One of the parental struggles that Rose Byrne experienced recently came in the form of an accident in the airport when the actress was stopped at the airport for carrying too much breast milk in her bag.

Rose Byrne spoke on the incident at the airport.

“They wave this weird thing over the top of it, and there’s a whole production going on! They take it very seriously that it could be something. I just stand there and smile and tell them that’s it’s really breast milk, and that it’s nothing.”

Rose Byrne may be busy as a new parent, but she hasn’t let her working life slide. Her production company, Dollhouse Pictures, has recently debuted its first movie. According to the Daily Telegraph, Rose Byrne’s production company debuted its first movie as a part of the final day of the Sydney Film Festival.

The film, Eaglehawk, was directed by Shannon Murphy, and it stars Tilda Cobham-Harvey in the lead as Eve. Dollhouse Pictures was formed by Rose Byrne and Shannon Murphy, along with their friends from the industry Krew Boylan, Jessica Carrera, and Gracie Otto. The aim was to create a film company that focuses on telling female-driven stories.

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