Cate Blanchett says she has injured her head in an accident with a chainsaw in her home during lockdown.
The actress, who is based in East Sussex, revealed her scrape while talking to former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard on the ex-PM's podcast.
Blanchett said: "I had a bit of a chainsaw accident yesterday, which sounds very, very exciting, but it wasn't. Apart from the little nick to the head, I'm fine."
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She didn't reveal what she was up to at the time of her mishap with the power tool.
Gillard replied: "Be very careful with that chainsaw. You've got a very famous head, I don't think people would like to see any nicks taken out of it."
Blanchett lives with her husband, playwright Andrew Upton, and their four children - Dashiell 18; Roman, 16; Ignatius, 12 and Edith, five - in Tunbridge Wells.
After planning to take most of this year off to help her kids study, Blanchett admitted that additional home-schooling duties during lockdown had given her a new-found respect for teachers.
Her latest project - the psychological thriller Nightmare Alley, in which she will star opposite Bradley Cooper - was halted in March due to coronavirus.
Blanchett called her sudden freedom "discombobulating" but admitted it was a "high-class problem".
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Ms Gillard, who is the chair of the Global Institute for Women's Leadership, speaks to influential figures in business, entertainment, media, sport for her series A Podcast Of Ones Own, which strives to get more women in top roles.
Two-time Oscar-winner Blanchett was the president of the Cannes Film Festival Jury in 2018 and has been ranked as one of the highest paid actresses in the world.