Renée Zellweger craves British food.The 37-year-old actress revealed she has developed a taste for traditional British cuisine. Renée, who flaunted her new curvier figure at the world premiere of 'Miss Potter' in London's Leicester Square last night, confessed: "I understand the whole beans on toast for breakfast thing. I crave it."'Miss Potter' follows Peter Rabbit author Beatrix Potter during her struggle to pursue a career at a time when society frowned upon ambitious women. Ewan McGregor plays Beatrix's secret fiancé, publisher Norman Warne. The author's parents banned her from marrying a working class man because they wanted her to marry into wealth. Beatrix Potter died in 1948 aged 77. Meanwhile, Renée is set to star in a third 'Bridget Jones' film.The blonde actress has already expressed an interest in reprising the famous role and is prepared to pile on the pounds once again to play the hapless British TV reporter. A source revealed: "The next film will leap forward 10 years. Mark Darcy and Daniel Cleaver are still on the scene and Bridget is about to give birth to Daniel's baby."Working Title, the company who produced the first two films, have already bought the rights to author Helen Fielding's third novel. The pressure is now on Fielding, who gave birth to her second child four months ago, to complete the book as soon as possible. Renée gained 20 pounds to play Bridget in the first two movies and perfected her English accent by using it on set even when she wasn't filming.

Oscar Winner Renee Zellweger