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TMI Time: Helena Bonham Carter Peed Herself!

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Helena Bonham Carter Wet Herself

During the filming of Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince, Helena Bonham Carter wet herself during a battle scene!


Shortly after giving birth to baby girl Nell, and Tim Burton's wife quickly discovered screaming and water retention do not go together for new mothers.

The Bellatrix player had this to say about it:

I did a wee wee. I was barely able to stand up, let alone jump around, screaming. Anybody who has had a baby (knows) if you scream, it's Niagara (Falls). I did 25 takes and I just thought, 'You have no idea what's going on down there.'

Sorry to hear that, Helena.

No, really. We didn't want to hear that!

[Image via WENN.]

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19 comments to “TMI Time: Helena Bonham Carter Peed Herself!”

  1. 1

    Oh man, that sux.

  2. 2

    Ha! So true. Anyone who's had a kid knows that vigorous activity can be very dangerous! Twenty years later, and I still have to be careful with jumping jacks.

  3. 3

    Yeah, WE didn't want to hear that. What's the point of this post? Half the crap the put on here is meaningless, and the other half is late and stolen from other sites.

  4. 4

    There are exercises that can greatly strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor. Not just Kegels.

  5. 5

    The point is: it's the human body — when you have a baby shit happens. Deal folks.

  6. 6

    oh grow up. She really shouldn't have pushed herself so soon after baby. It's so important to not move for a few months else hurt yourself irrevocably

  7. 7

    So very true!!! She's a hoot!!!

  8. 8

    OMG, so when you have a baby you bladder weakens? Forget that then…

  9. 9

    Re: Beautiful Disaster311 – No your bladder doesn't weaken. Your pelvis muscles (down there when you squeeze lmao) don't tighten much so you can't hold it in like you could normally do. With my first son something as simple as bending over would trigger me having to use the bathroom and since you can't squeeze to hold it in, it just comes out. It's just a part of life. I don't think either you're old enough or mature enough to have a baby anyways if your comment is a reflection on how you feel. My kids are my life, so what if my hips got a tad bit bigger & i had bladder problems for a few weeks (just with the first kid though, i did a lot more keegals the 2nd time around)… Those are just some of the simple sacrifices having a child is all about.. If you can't handle something as insignificant as that then you don't need to become a mother..

  10. @v@ says – reply to this


    This is a normal function of what happens for a while after women have children. Not all women experience this, and some do more than others depending upon the position of the baby's head upon exit. This is nothing compared to some of the stuff I've seen on this site over the years that had NOTHING to do with the normal functioning post child birth. Get over your cherry picking. Is it because it involves women?

  11. 11

    I didn't know this could happen. My husband and I are trying to get pregnant so I'll be sure to look into exercises I can do to strengthen my pelvic muscles after giving birth. I have bladder damage already from having abdominal surgery so I definitely don't need anymore problems with that area of my body. What was one of the exercises a few of you moms recommended? Keegals? I'll look into that :)

  12. 12

    Love, Love Love the pink "peony" flower hat!
    Helena, you are beautiful, congrats on the baby.

  13. 13

    Loose lips sink ships.

  14. @v@ says – reply to this


    Re: Tansey214 – It doesn't always happen, and is usually eventually mitigated with normal, daily activity along with simple target exercises if also needed. Not a huge deal. Sex helps. Lol.

  15. 15

    lmao thats hilarious.

  16. 16

    Well that's dedication to the role!

  17. 17

    Re: NOLAgurl2010 – Oh well that's the truth. Thank God for birth control. I'd rather slit my wrists than pop out a kid. Kids are lame…

  18. 18

    lol true, just a sneeze is enough!.

  19. 19

    Re: Tansey214 – It happens before having your child too , dont effort so much lol Its just nature, go with the flow XD