Los Angeles: Actress Emily Blunt says after becoming a mother she is less inclined to strip down for the camera.
Becoming a mother has affected the 33-year-old "Into the Woods" star's choice of roles and she would prefer staying way from racists or violent characters, reported People magazine.
"Too racy would be one thing I wouldn't go for now. I'm not so keen on doing nudity, because I'm not 22 any more. And actually it's not so much a moral thing as, 'I've done it before and do I really want to do it again?' Does it serve the film or is it gratuitous...For the sake of it? Because I don't think it's necessary most of the time. Also playing violent or racist characters would be hard for me now," Blunt said.
The "The Huntsman: Winter's War" actress, who is already a mother to two-year-old daughter Hazel, is pregnant with her second child and for her juggling professional and personal life is not an easy task.
"Although life is a juggle and I have to spend a few days away from Hazel here and there, when I'm not working I'm with her all the time. "I do think it will get harder to leave her as she gets older, but a friend once gave me a good piece of advice. Instead of saying, 'Mummy has to go, say, 'Mummy has to go, but I love what I do. I just love it!'," she said.