“I can’t handle how much weight I have in the front area. That surprised me the most for sure.”
And while it’s an adjustment for Sigler, her fiancé Cutter Dykstra is “not complaining” about the all-natural chest enhancement.
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“He’s a guy,” she tells PEOPLE with a laugh. “I’m sure he enjoys it.”
Looking chic in a Bailey 44 dress, a glowing Sigler seemed upbeat, but she says that wasn’t always the case, especially during the beginning of her pregnancy.
“I got hit pretty hard,” the actress explains of her morning sickness. “It’s just what everyone said. It’s the first three months. Some people aren’t as lucky and have it their whole pregnancy, but it was really hard. I couldn’t stay up past 7:30 at night. I was nauseous from the moment I woke up until the moment I went to bed.”
Continues Sigler, “I survived on bagels. It was all I could do. It was rough. You start to feel like you’re never going to feel better ever again.”
Moving forward, the Sopranos alum says she feels “really good,” adding, “I am in the honeymoon period of pregnancy where you’re still mobile and not sick anymore. No morning sickness. I’m starting to feel kicks — fun milestones. I can run errands and not need help.”
If she could provide guidance to any of the pregnant women in the audience of The Talk Sigler advises, “Don’t stress out too much. [Being pregnant is] the most natural thing your body can do. Take care of yourself as best you can, but listen to your body. Don’t read too much. Every little thing doesn’t mean something. Be aware, but your body will definitely tell you everything.”
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