"I didn't enjoy attempting to milk a cow, or ride a horse, or shoot a rifle. I have other fantasies, none of which include milking a cow! The cow kicked me in the middle of the scene and they left it in. It's right there for everyone to see. But I sympathised with the cow. I didn't belong there and she knew it," Contactmusic quoted her, as telling Parade.com.
However, the 44-year-old star was excited to have been cast opposite Hugh Grant and thoroughly enjoyed working with him.
She said: "I think I remember auditioning to co-star with Hugh in Four Weddings and a Funeral. I think I did. I know I screen tested for Nine Months. Of course, I didn't get either. I have wanted to appear opposite him in a romantic comedy for basically as long as Americans, especially women, have known and loved Hugh Grant."
"Every time I kissed Hugh, I told him I was doing it for America," Parker added.