January Jones: Blooming In August

January Jones: Blooming In August

January Jones showed up at her yoga class in Los Feliz, Calif. on Thursday (August 25) looking cute in black leggings.

The Mad Men star, who has not identified who the baby’s daddy is, has been dealing with some flack over her approachability.

Jared Gilmore, who played Jones’ character Betty Draper’s kid Bobby in the show, made a recent unflattering comment about the actress.

The 11-year-old said, “Be careful around January. She’s not as approachable as the others. She’s really serious about what she does. Everyone else is so nice.”

However, Mad Men co-star actor John Slattery insisted Gilmore must have felt intimidated by Jones’ onscreen alter-ego.

He tells E! News, “She’s a sweetheart. We got lucky. We don’t have anybody like that (unapproachable). It’s an intimidating character. I mean, that’s the character. Betty Draper is an intimidating woman I suppose, if you were a seven-year-old boy (or) her son.”

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  1. Anonymous

    camel toe returns!

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  2. Andrea

    By the looks of it she’s due any day now.

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    • Elizabeth

      She’s still tiny – doesn’t look like she’s due any day at all. America needs to realize that REAL pregnant women don’t look like all these Hollywood stars with thin legs & tiny bellies. Women are supposed to gain a reasonable amount of weight during pregnancy (which all depends on size, height & build). Real pregnant women are beginning to try and copy these stars and stay underweight during pregnancy, which is not healthy for mom or baby.

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      • Janna

        I think there’s a big difference between remaining fit, active and healthy, and being underweight. There is no medical reason for anyone to gain 50 pounds in a single pregnancy. This woman’s job depends on her staying thin, it doesn’t mean that she’s *too* thin or endangering her baby.

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