How does a celebrity like Josephine de la Baume stack up in the chest department? The other side of stardom is the obsession with one’s bra size. Celebrity bra sizes have always been under scrutiny, and the interest in Josephine de la Baume’s cup size is up there.
Biography - A Short Wiki
Film and television actress well known for her roles in the Ron Howard film Rush and the 2011 film Johnny English Reborn. She has also had notable recurring roles in mini-series like Au service de la France and Julian Fellowes’ Titanic.
She began acting in 2003, earning her earliest roles in short films like Un aperçu du bonheur and I Am an Island.
In addition to her acting career, she is also a model, most notably as a face for Agent Provocateur lingerie.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements and statistics of Josephine de la Baume, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, hips, and weight.
|168 cm, 5’6” (feet & inches)
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|Implants or Natural (Breasts)
"Your heart weeps a little bit when you have to say goodbye to a crew you spend two months with, but when it comes to the part, when you live so close to someone for two months, it kind of fades away and then you see her again on screen later on."Josephine de la Baume
"I think the French have a romantic cliche that Englishmen have great style, great music, irony and sense of humour. Well, sometimes cliches are true."Josephine de la Baume
"I'm short and curvy, but I think people want to work with me for reasons other than what I look like."Josephine de la Baume
"I personally have no shame in saying I am extremely interested in fashion. I am not as interested in trends. I won't go on Style.com unless I'm looking for stuff to wear to an event, or there's a designer I am interested in."Josephine de la Baume
"Remember that when you're young and your career feels like the most important thing, the most important thing is love and the relationships you have with people - boyfriend, friends and family. It's good to remember that."Josephine de la Baume