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She's moving out of their home and being chased by an ever-growing pack of camera-wielding bruisers as she tries to get her personal life under control. Like, I've never even bought my own dishes." That's all about to change.
So yeah, Fox is spooked, and Bandit isn't really helping.
It's hard to hold this unwillingness to kick Bandit against her, because it is, after all, kicking an animal, but also because she's clearly freaked out — "terrified" is how she puts it — being in the saddle for the first time.
"I have a healthy fear of horses," she said when she was introduced to Bandit, and considering he's a thousand-pound brown beast and she's a five-four, hundred-pound twenty-two-year-old actress, this was odd only because the riding lesson was her idea.
Her jeans, waist-baring low-riders, were rolled up just beyond her calves until Michael (our serene and tan guide for the day) mentioned she might want to roll them back down to avoid "chafing" — the kind of advice you don't ignore.
She's got a self-professed weakness for eye makeup, but she's not wearing much now, just a little mascara.
(She plans on sleeving the whole limb in the next year.) She's sipping hot tea and picking at a basket of bright-orange garlic bread as she finishes an entry in her journal, which she calls her "book of feelings," fully aware of how corny that sounds.
"Whenever I'm just sitting and thinking and feeling, I write it out," she says.
She's just sort of tapping it, using her Ugg-booted right foot to give it a nudge with her heel.But to Bandit (that's the horse), this is more of a suggestion, and what this horse needs right now is a It's sunny but still mild for L.A., so Fox is wearing an open yellow cardigan over her black tank top.However, the before and after photos speak for themselves. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) When it comes to plastic surgery in general, the actress isn't against it.In 2010, magazine asked the mother-of-three about her rumored lip injections, which she denied... "I will say for people who question the authenticity of my lips, you can clearly see that my lips are my lips," she replied. "I would encourage anyone [who wants plastic surgery] to first speak with a therapist, to try and figure out where this want comes from," she said.