Joanna Page admits she’s only seen Love Actually once as she finds that naked scene ‘traumatic’

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“I don’t like seeing myself at the best of times!” Joanna Page admits she’s only seen Love Actually once because she finds THAT nude scene “traumatic.”

Joanna Page has admitted she only saw Love Actually once when she remembered the “traumatic” moment when she saw her naked sex scene.

The actress, 45, who starred as body double ‘Just’ Judy in the 2003 romantic comedy, discussed when she and fellow actor John, played by Martin Freeman, should film the X-rated scenes.

During a speech on Loose Women on Tuesday, Joanna confessed that she doesn’t like seeing herself on TV “at the best of times.”

Oh dear! Joanna Page, 45, has admitted she only saw Love Actually once when she remembered the ‘traumatic’ moment when she watched her naked sex scene

She explained, “I’ve only seen it once. I couldn’t make the premiere because I was at work. I went to the Cardiff Film Festival, presented it and watched it from the front row and it was traumatic.

“I don’t like to see myself in the best of times and especially naked. Sometimes you catch fragments at Christmas, but that’s all.’

Since its release in 2003, Love Actually, which follows the intertwining stories of various characters leading up to Christmas Day, has become a true holiday classic.

On set: The actress, who starred as body double 'Just' Judy in the comedy, discussed the scene where she and fellow actor John (Martin Freeman) have to film X-rated scenes

On set: The actress, who starred as body double ‘Just’ Judy in the comedy, discussed the scene where she and fellow actor John (Martin Freeman) have to film X-rated scenes

The star-studded ensemble cast also includes Emma Thompson, Keira Knightley, Bill Nighy, Liam Neeson, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Rowan Atkinson, among others.

Last week, Martine McCutcheon told MailOnline that she thinks the “aged” moments criticized in Love Actually add to the movie’s charm.

The popular Christmas movie directed by Richard Curtis may be a fan favorite, but the man himself has said he felt “a little silly” about some moments regarding the lack of diversity and inappropriate comments.

Hilarious: She explained: 'I've only seen it once... I went to the Cardiff Film Festival, presented it and watched it front row and it was traumatic'

Hilarious: She explained: ‘I’ve only seen it once… I went to the Cardiff Film Festival, presented it and watched it front row and it was traumatic’

But in an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the film’s lead actress, 46, argued that while the world has changed a lot, she thinks the rom-com “wasn’t about checking too many boxes and being PC.”

Martine said, ‘I honestly think it was 20 years ago and the world has changed a lot, but I also think part of the charm of the movie was the fact that some of the love stories and the characters weren’t perfect. .

And they admitted whether we saw their flaws, their insecurities, whether they were real or not. That’s what made it so human.

Thoughts: Martine McCutcheon told MailOnline last week that she thinks the

Thoughts: Martine McCutcheon told MailOnline last week that she thinks the “aged” moments criticized in Love Actually add to the film’s charm

“For me, part of the reason I love the movie is because it was so honest and didn’t tick too many boxes and was PC, it was about being human and I think it was really sweet and innocent of Natalie’s character. and who she was to speak to the prime minister about that [her big bottom] Of all things!

“Obviously if it happened now I have no doubt they would do it differently, but I still absolutely love the movie and the charm of it and the message that ultimately love can be complicated and messy and not perfect, or forbidden if you are.” in love with your best friend’s wife or people having affairs because it wasn’t perfect and it showed there was still hope with it.

“I think that’s why people still come back to it all these years later.”

Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30pm on ITV1 and ITVX

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Romances: “Part of the reason I love the movie is because it was so honest and it wasn’t about checking too many boxes and being PC, it was about being human,” said Martine (pictured with Hugh Grant in the movie)

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