Julianne Moore plays a passenger on an endangered flight in "Non-Stop." Credit: Getty Images Julianne Moore plays a passenger on an endangered flight in "Non-Stop."
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All New Yorkers know that Spa Castle is the best. The massive, multi-story spa complex has everything: multiple saunas, indoor and outdoor pools, a steam room and a snack bar. Now, apparently, it also has Julianne Moore, teaching her daughter about the human body. Specifically, your body.

Moore said on "Chelsea Lately" that her 11-year-old daughter, Liv, loves spas. "Butbecause she's 11, she can't get into any of the fancy ones. You have to be older, like a teenager," she says.

 

Luckily, Spa Castle is fun for the whole family. And it's educational, too - especially the women's steam room."Everyone's naked, so she got to see all these different types of bodies," Moore explains.

"She said, 'Mom, I didn't know that there are big boobs, and little boobs and round boobs and pointy boobs and all kinds of boobs. And then there was this lady — I thought she was wearing underpants.' No." Moore shook her head. "And I was like, 'Yeah, there's that, too.'"

I, for one, would be honored if my body was one of those that Julianne Moore used to teach her daughter about the female form. I don't know how I'd feel if I was the underpants lady, though.

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