Christina Applegate has added “celebrity endorser” to her résumé. The actress is the face of Fruitwater, the zero-calorie, carbonated, fruit-flavored waters produced by Coca-Cola’s Glacéau. Fruitwater comes in five different flavors: black raspberry, lemon lime, orange mango, strawberry kiwi, and watermelon punch. Each bottle also contains 20 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamins b5 and b6, magnesium, and zinc, as well as 50 milligrams of green tea extract.
Applegate tweeted the news of her new endeavor on Thursday.
— christina applegate (@1capplegate) July 25, 2013
Like most working mothers, the 41-year-old actress has difficulty finding time to exercise while working and raising her daughter Sadie. During her Fruitwater shoot, she said, “Before I had my daughter, I would go to spin class for an hour, and then train for an hour, and then run for, you know, six miles and go to dance class and do all these things and now, really, I have one hour in the day where I can really take that time for myself while she’s taking a nap,”
She also had some words of wisdom for working mothers, “Just try to be in the moment. I think that’s where we get really unfocused – is when we’re not present with it all. Don’t think like, ‘Oh my God, how am I gonna do this? How am I gonna do this?’ You will accomplish it, but you kind of have to take it one step at a time.”
Applegate can next be seen on the big screen, reprising her role as Veronica Corningstone in Anchorman: The Legend Continues. The film will be released on December 20. It finds the Channel 4 news team broken up and having hit rock bottom, until a 24-hour news channel is being formed and recruits the entire team to join the channel.