The actress Kate Winslet told Ellen DeGeneres that she spent Tuesday's L.A. earthquake pumping breast milk for her baby, Bear Blaze. More from USA Today:
"I'm sitting in the hotel here in L.A. and I'm pumping because I have a 14-week-old baby. I'm here for 48 hours. I couldn't bring him. It's too far. It's a 12-hour plane ride," she says.
"And so I'm pumping, staring at my beautiful picture of my beautiful baby boy and my husband's on the other line and the room starts to shake. So, I said, 'I've got to go.' "
She ran to the door frame "with my friend who was with me and she's like, 'It's an earthquake. Don't worry (sound of pump) it's passing see, it's passing. It's gonna pass (sound of pump). See, it's past, see it's almost gone."
Winslet wound up pumping through the entire thing. "You know us girls we just do it, don't we?" Winslet told the studio audience.