Dame Helen Mirren thinks women are treated unfairly and hit out at fashion critics for making stars feel stressed about their appearance
Dame Helen Mirren believes women are under too much pressure to look good.
The Oscar winning actress thinks it's unfair that female stars are given such a hard time by fashion critics to look perfect on the red carpet and she admits it's a challenge picking the right outfit to wear to high profile events.
She told Graham Norton on his chat show: ''There is a lot of pressure about the gown. It's very unfair on us girls, it's uncomfortable and stress-making and then they tell you, 'You look crap'.''
'The Queen' star - who shared a kiss with Hollywood hunk Paul Rudd on the programme - also spoke about filming love scenes and she said she finds them particularly difficult.
She said: ''It is so technical it becomes a mathematical thing to be worked out.''
However the 43-year-old actor disagreed saying filming intimate scenes has been the highlight of his career so far.
Speaking about his role in 'How Do You Know' he said: ''The most kisses I've had in a movie was with Jack Nicholson where we played a loving father and son. It was one of the greatest moments of my life.''