The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's Rachel Brosnahan flaunts taut tummy in knit lingerie


The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Rachel Brosnahan flaunted her taut tummy in a black knit bra-top and shorts for a new spread styled by ‘image architect’ Law Roach and photographed by the Tyler Twins.

‘I always envy in magazines like Health when I read about people who get up every morning and work out. I’m shouting from the rooftops that I have found that impossible,’ the 31-year-old Emmy winner admitted in the December edition of Health Magazine.

‘I have never been able to have a set routine. Once I realized that it was okay that my physical health journey wouldn’t look like other people’s, it became about finding ways to do what I can, when I can. I travel a lot for work and my hours are super inconsistent.  

Winter wear? The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Rachel Brosnahan flaunted her taut tummy in a black knit bra-top and shorts for a new spread styled by 'image architect' Law Roach and photographed by the Tyler Twins

Winter wear? The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star Rachel Brosnahan flaunted her taut tummy in a black knit bra-top and shorts for a new spread styled by ‘image architect’ Law Roach and photographed by the Tyler Twins

‘I use an app that lets you drop in on various classes wherever you are. I was recently [filming] in New Mexico and started taking Pilates, which I love. I’ve noticed a big difference in my posture and core strength.’

Hairstylist Owen Gould coiffed Rachel’s brunette waves and make-up artist Lisa Aharon made sure she was ready for her close-up.

‘[I’m] becoming better at saying no and creating boundaries around my personal time,’ Brosnahan noted.

‘As I get older, I do believe that you can have it all, I just don’t believe that you can have it all at once. Accepting that has made me so much gentler with myself and with people around me, as we all try to navigate whatever that balance looks like for ourselves.’ 

The 31-year-old Emmy winner admitted in the December edition of Health Magazine: 'I always envy in magazines like Health when I read about people who get up every morning and work out. I'm shouting from the rooftops that I have found that impossible'

The 31-year-old Emmy winner admitted in the December edition of Health Magazine: ‘I always envy in magazines like Health when I read about people who get up every morning and work out. I’m shouting from the rooftops that I have found that impossible’

Rachel added: 'I have never been able to have a set routine. Once I realized that it was okay that my physical health journey wouldn't look like other people's, it became about finding ways to do what I can, when I can. I travel a lot for work and my hours are super inconsistent'

Rachel added: ‘I have never been able to have a set routine. Once I realized that it was okay that my physical health journey wouldn’t look like other people’s, it became about finding ways to do what I can, when I can. I travel a lot for work and my hours are super inconsistent’

Sequin mini-skirt! Hairstylist Owen Gould coiffed Brosnahan's brunette waves and make-up artist Lisa Aharon made sure she was ready for her close-up

Sequin mini-skirt! Hairstylist Owen Gould coiffed Brosnahan’s brunette waves and make-up artist Lisa Aharon made sure she was ready for her close-up

The Wisconsin-born beauty also called therapy ‘the greatest thing’ and she’s grateful to have access to it since ‘it should be more accessible for everyone.’

On July 2, Rachel officially wrapped the fourth season of her Amazon hit series in which she plays stand-up comedian Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel.

‘I am so in awe of this crew who had each other’s backs and kept each other safe during this strange and challenging time in the world outside our bubble,’ Brosnahan – who boasts 1.2M social media followers – wrote on Instagram.

‘We’ve been working away over here since January and can’t wait to share the season with you.’

The Wisconsin-born beauty said: 'As I get older, I do believe that you can have it all, I just don't believe that you can have it all at once. Accepting that has made me so much gentler with myself and with people around me' (pictured October 18)

The Wisconsin-born beauty said: ‘As I get older, I do believe that you can have it all, I just don’t believe that you can have it all at once. Accepting that has made me so much gentler with myself and with people around me’ (pictured October 18)

Mental health: Rachel also called therapy 'the greatest thing' and she's grateful to have access to it since 'it should be more accessible for everyone'

Mental health: Rachel also called therapy ‘the greatest thing’ and she’s grateful to have access to it since ‘it should be more accessible for everyone’

The I’m Your Woman actress called Maisel ‘one of the greatest gifts I’ve ever been given.’

‘It’s been fun to watch people continue to develop these characters over time,’ Rachel told Health.

‘I am excited by the fact that I’m still terrified. Every time I get a new script, every time I show up on set, I’m petrified. And that’s a rare gift four seasons into something.’

Among the guest stars this season will be Milo Ventimiglia and Brosnahan’s husband of five years, Jason Ralph, who plays a mystery character in two episodes. 

'We can't wait to share the season with you!' On July 2, Brosnahan officially wrapped the fourth season of her Amazon hit series in which she plays stand-up comedian Miriam 'Midge' Maisel

‘We can’t wait to share the season with you!’ On July 2, Brosnahan officially wrapped the fourth season of her Amazon hit series in which she plays stand-up comedian Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel

'It's been fun to watch people continue to develop these characters over time': The I'm Your Woman actress (R, pictured June 25 on set with Luke Kirby) called Maisel 'one of the greatest gifts I've ever been given'

‘It’s been fun to watch people continue to develop these characters over time’: The I’m Your Woman actress (R, pictured June 25 on set with Luke Kirby) called Maisel ‘one of the greatest gifts I’ve ever been given’

Hubbie: Among the guest stars this season will be Milo Ventimiglia and Rachel's husband of five years, Jason Ralph (L, pictured July 15), who plays a mystery character in two episodes

Hubbie: Among the guest stars this season will be Milo Ventimiglia and Rachel’s husband of five years, Jason Ralph (L, pictured July 15), who plays a mystery character in two episodes

But first, audiences can next catch the three-time SAG Award winner eulogizing 2021 in season two of Amazon’s Yearly Departed – streaming in December – which she also executive produced.

‘I am ready to say goodbye to Zoom and see people in person and hug again,’ Rachel told the mag.

‘I’ve been so fortunate – traveling all over the world, working on this incredible show, starting a production company, and having adventures with my friends. But I was tired.

‘I feel grateful to have had the opportunity [during the COVID-19 pandemic] to catch my breath and grow closer to even my closest friends, who became family during this time.’

'So excited!' But first, audiences can next catch Brosnahan eulogizing 2021 in season two of Amazon's Yearly Departed - streaming in December - which she also executive produced

‘So excited!’ But first, audiences can next catch Brosnahan eulogizing 2021 in season two of Amazon’s Yearly Departed – streaming in December – which she also executive produced

The three-time SAG Award winner (pictured in 2020) told the mag: 'I am ready to say goodbye to Zoom and see people in person and hug again...I was tired. 'I feel grateful to have had the opportunity [during the COVID-19 pandemic] to catch my breath and grow closer to even my closest friends, who became family during this time'

The three-time SAG Award winner (pictured in 2020) told the mag: ‘I am ready to say goodbye to Zoom and see people in person and hug again…I was tired. ‘I feel grateful to have had the opportunity [during the COVID-19 pandemic] to catch my breath and grow closer to even my closest friends, who became family during this time’



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