Rose Byrne's Breast Milk Has Been Confiscated by the TSA

The Australian actress appeared on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' where she talked about motherhood.

Being a jetsetting new mother isn’t always glamourous. Rose Byrne learned that the hard way, traveling to film and promote her new movies, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising and X-Men: Apocalypse.

After giving birth to her son Rocco in February, Byrne appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Thursday night to talk about what being a mom has already taught her.

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“It takes a long time to leave the house, maybe an hour, hour and forty five minutes just to get out the door,” she said. “You have to bring some the bottle, the sling, this and that. Then when you get out, then he just throws up everywhere or takes a big poop and you’ve got to go back inside again.”

But plane travel has proven to be even more difficult for the Australian actress.

“I’ve been doing a lot of traveling too so I’ve been taking my breast milk everywhere with me,” she said.

Host Colbert then brought of a photo of Byrne at the airport where her breast milk was being confiscated by the TSA because it was over the three-ounce limit.


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“They wave this weird thing over the top of it and there’s this production going on,” she said of the officers scanning her milk. “I just stand there and smile and tell them that it’s really breast milk.”

Though she has her hands full with her baby boy and her blossoming career, Byrne seemed to effortlessly lose her baby weight and posed for Playboy in a shoot that was released earlier this week.

Watch the video below to see her sexy looks!