Naomi Scott feels her most beautiful when she's having good sex

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  • Actor Naomi Scott is married to soccer player Jordan Spencer, and she says her marriage has something to do with feeling her best.
  • She says she feels the most beautiful when she's having good sex as there is something beautiful about it.
  • She adds that true beauty is when someone is at peace with themselves and accepts who they are.

The 'Aladdin' actor Naomi Scott married soccer player Jordan Spence - who she met at church when she was just 16 - in 2014 after four years of dating, and she admitted she thinks she looks her best when they are making love.

She told Britain's Harper's Bazaar magazine, "I feel the most beautiful during sex, good sex. I genuinely think there’s something so beautiful about it."

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The 29-year-old star and her sportsman spouse enjoy spa sessions featuring extreme temperatures and say the sauna and ice bath combinations are "so good" for their health.

"My husband and I like going to plunge pools and saunas. It’s so good for your health; it lowers inflammation. We do an infrared sauna where you’re in there for 10-15 minutes, and then you do the ice bath for two minutes. The first time is really hard, but once your body gets used to it, it’s really great. It helps you sleep better," she said.

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Asked what beauty is to her, she said, "When someone's at peace with themselves and fully accepts who they are. There can be moments of insecurities, which we all have as humans, but at the core, being at peace with oneself. That’s the most beautiful thing.”

The 'Distant' actor also revealed she is always comforted by familiar food smells and loves it when someone cooks for her.

She said, "It always comes back to food. My mum’s curry or when she cooks her dhal – there’s something about it that makes me feel comforted. If I’m somewhere and I smell Indian food, I feel at home. If your mum or someone is cooking for you, it’s a way they show their love."

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