What Bra Size Is Kate Beckinsale?

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Kate Beckinsale is an English model and actress who rose to fame with her lead role in Pearl Harbor. Since then, she has enjoyed starring roles in movies like Underworld, Serendipity, and Van Helsing.

Aside from her work in action films, she’s also popular for her stunning beauty and body shape. With decades of exposure in the entertainment industry, her bra size continues to be a topic of discussion. This is why I’m setting the record straight on Kate Beckinsale’s bra size.

What Bra Size Is Kate Beckinsale?

The bra size of Kate Beckinsale is 32B. With B cups, her band ranges from 28 to 30 inches, while the overbust measures 33 to 34 inches.

Graphic image of Kate Beckinsale with 32B bra size wearing a plunging long sleeve silver gown

Having an archetypal breast shape, her 32B boobs appear round and full. This combination is common among models, much like fellow model Abbey Clancy, who also wears a 32B bra, as well as English actress Gemma Arterton who has a 32B bra size as well. Although B cups are considered small breasts, Beckinsale’s slim body makes her boobs look quite perky.

While Kate Beckinsale’s breast type lets her find regular bra styles easily, she can also try 30C and 34A as sister sizes. This means she can sister size with American actress Michaela McManus, who has a 34A bra size.

Kate Beckinsale Measurements

Kate Beckinsale is average in height, measuring in at 5 feet 7 inches (5′ 7”). I estimate that her body measurements are 34-23-34 inches, which translates to a bust size of 34″, a waist size of 23″, and a hip size of 34”. She weighs roughly 119 pounds.

Benefits of Small Breasts

Can Easily Wear Low Cut Shirts

Women with smaller boobs can get away with wearing low cut tops and dresses without them looking too risque. Even if you are dancing or jumping around, your breasts won’t show through a wrap dress, a scoop-neck tank top, or a V-neck camisole.

Can Wear Unlined Bras

There is no padding or foam in an unlined bra because the cups simply have one piece of fabric across them. Unlined bras typically do not provide much support, so they are perfect for A-B cups. If padded bras bother you, especially on humid days, wearing unlined bras will help your breasts cool off quickly.

Minimal Bounce During Workouts

One huge benefit of having small breasts is that they hardly affect athletic performance because of their lack of bounce. It can be painful to have your boobs bouncing around as you work out, and women with small chests don’t have to experience this pain. Plus, small boobs mean you can wear pretty much any sports bra style, even if it has minimal padding.

Drawbacks of Small Breasts

Might Feel Less Feminine

As you go through puberty and enter womanhood, one key thing that happens is your breasts grow (or, they are supposed to!). So, when you end up with boobs that are A or B cups, you might feel like your figure looks less feminine than you want it to.

Might Experience Breast Asymmetry

As you develop breasts, it’s normal for you to experience breast asymmetry. However, this can continue even as you reach adulthood, where the volume of one breast can be smaller than the other. There’s also the possibility that cleavage may veer toward the sides. When you are small chested, every ounce of boobage counts, so having asymmetrical breasts can be frustrating.

Sports Bras Can Flatten Breasts Too Much

Sports bras are a must-have in every woman’s wardrobe, even if you have small breasts. However, some sports bras have the potential to flatten your chest by compressing more breast tissue. It’s like watching your small breasts disappear once you wear a sports bra.

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Kate Beckinsale has a 32B bra size. She typically wears bandeau tops, halter bras, and bralettes to accentuate her B cups. If you have this size, you may also consider using chicken cutlet inserts or boob tape for a deep V dress.


Allena is the Founder and Editor of The Better Fit, a platform dedicated to empowering women with practical advice on bras and fitness, inspired by her own revelation of the widespread issue of incorrect bra sizing. Her expertise and tips have been recognized by major publications such as Cosmopolitan, Better Homes & Gardens, Insider, and NBC, making her a trusted voice in women's wellness and lifestyle.