Rachel Bilson Opens Up to Health June 2014 About Hayden Christensen & Having Kids

Publicada Miércoles Mayo 14, 2014 3:20 PM GMT

Taking a break from the “Hart of Dixie” set, Rachel Bilson scored the cover of Health magazine’s June 2014 issue.

While showing off her fit figure for the Cliff Watts-shot spread, the “O.C.” cutie opened up about her boyfriend Hayden Christensen and her unhealthiest moment.

Check out highlights from Rachel’s interview below and for more, head over to Health!

What do you value more than anything in Hayden?
“He's so incredibly supportive and considerate. It's so basic—that should be there. Because these things are so much more important when you're older. I've been in my relationship for seven years, so we've grown up together in a way. This is my partner, my support, just there for me no matter what. And vice versa.”

What is on your bucket list?
“I have always wanted to skydive, but I actually can't physically skydive, because I have chronic sinusitis. So that's a bummer, right? I can't scuba dive, either—although I'm happy about that. I don't want to! I also have a bad hip. See? Eighty. [Laughs] But to start a family would be good, any year in the next few years.

On having kids:
"I've always wanted to be a mom. I have always wanted kids. I can just see this little toddler waddling around the house.”

How did you avoid ending up a party kid?
“I grew up in L.A. and did all that when I was younger. I went to the clubs and did all the drugs and alcohol. I got it out of my system, so by the time I was on The O.C., I was like, ‘Wow, I can just enjoy this.’ Then I started dating a co-star [Adam Brody], so it was more of a domesticated thing; you're just home or with friends—and not out to party.”

On her unhealthiest moment:
"My unhealthiest is when I binge on Flamin' Hot Cheetos, because it happens. I binge. I can admit it. I've actually gotten better this year. It got to a point where I was eating them so much that, like, you poop red every day! You're like, 'Okay, I don't know what's going through my body, but I probably should stop. There are problems.'"

Photo Credit: Cliff Watts for Health