Hilary Duff appreciates her looks, from her high cheekbones and beautiful big eyes to her 'incredible body'

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Actress Hilary Duff filming Younger in Union Square. Photographed by Gotham
Actress Hilary Duff filming Younger in Union Square. Photographed by Gotham
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Younger Star, Hillary Duff, has admitted that she has a love and hate relationship with her body, but ultimately she appreciates her figure.

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“My body is incredible, just like any other woman, I’ve had a love and hate relationship with it. But I’m appreciative of all it has done for me,” she said, speaking to Elle Magazine.

“Being in my 30s, having two kids and being in a loving relationship has made me forget all the hang-ups I would have gone crazy about when I was younger.” 

The mother to son, Lucas and daughter, Banks, appreciates her facial features now more than when she was younger.

“When I look in the mirror, see my high cheeks that run in my family. When I was little, I used to hate my big eyes but I’m so appreciative of them now that I’m older,” she concluded.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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