Kate Hudson covers up the wrong body part at TIFF

Kate Hudson was reluctant to show off her cleavage at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival this weekend, but she really should have been worried about her legs.

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The 33-year-old actress, who plays the love interest of a Pakistani man working on Wall Street in "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," wore a blue scarf over her skimpy black Emilio Pucci dress to the film's press conference at TIFF Bell Lightbox on Sunday. But while it did a good job of covering her cleavage, it did nothing to hide the slit on the left side of her frock, which almost reached up to her hip.

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This is the second show-stopping outfit Hudson has worn to TIFF. She has been named best dressed at the fest by the Toronto Star for the stunning white Alexander McQueen gown (which also boasted a slit up the leg) she wore to the premiere of the film on Saturday night.

The "Bride Wars" star has been showing off her newly toned bod only a year after having her second child. Not only did she leave us agog in Atelier Versace at the Venice film fest, but a recently released photo from her guest spot on "Glee" shows even more leg than her Pucci gown did.

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So how did Hudson get such a sexy figure so fast? "You just work at it," she told USA Today at TIFF. "It takes effort. It doesn't go without effort."