She appears to effortlessly juggle her parenting duties to her two young sons and her jam-packed Hollywood acting schedule.
But Rosamund Pike explained it hasn’t been without its difficulties as she was left without any pain medication when she went into labour early with her second son.
‘There was no time’: Rosamund Pike discussed harrowing moment she was left without pain medication during her second son’s early birth as she graced the stylish magazine cover
She told the publication: ‘There was no time for pain medication, no time to get to the clinic, so I just let my body take over.
‘I thought, if I can let my mind go somewhere else, my body will do the job.’
While she is one of the most beautiful actresses in Hollywood, Rosamund insisted bystanders see her as a ‘regular’ mum.
She told the publication: ‘People might recognise me, but I think they just see me as a mother trying to handle small kids on the subway.’
Chatting candidly: On the Town & Country cover with a glamorous shoot, the Oscar-nominated actress discussed how she had no time to get to the clinic for pain relief
The Gone Girl star gave birth to her first son Solo, aged six, in 2012, and she welcomed her second son Atom, now three, into the world in 2014.
Rosamund has been romancing her long-term love Robie Uniacke since they first started dating in 2009.
As well as discussing motherhood, the former Bond girl chatted about why she wanted to play a part in her latest movie A Private War.
Rosamund transforms into the fearless and rebellious war correspondent Marie Colvin who is driven to the frontline across the globe.
Doting: The Gone Girl star gave birth to her first son Solo, aged six, in 2012, and she welcomed her second son Atom, now three, into the world in 2014
She told the publication: ‘I wanted to capture her spirit of rebellion. But I also had to dive into Curie’s bitterness. I want people to care about journalism again.’
Rosamund previously said she researched the role heavily, spending time with Colvin’s close friends and watching videos of her.
The talented star discussed struggling to detach herself from playing Colvin, 52, who was killed during a rocket strike in Syria in 2012.
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Strength of character: She appears to effortlessly juggle her parenting duties to her two young sons and her jam-packed Hollywood acting schedule