Last night, Helena attended the Save the Children Winter Gala with her friend, Ali Esiri.
After several teaser clips offering mere glimpses, we now have a full trailer for the Alice In Wonderland sequel, Through the Looking Glass!
The Head & Neck Cancer Foundation are holding a fundraising event, which includes a rather impressive auction. One of the prizes up for grabs is an exclusive ‘Fairytale Tea Party’, hosted by Helena Bonham Carter herself, and Cinderella co-star, Lily James at the Mandarin Oriental in London
This is a true once in a lifetime fairy tale moment. The stars of Disney’s Cinderella, two time Academy Award nominee Helena Bonham Carter and Cinderella herself; Downton Abbey star Lily James, are hosting a sumptuous afternoon tea at one of London’s most iconic and celebrated 5-star Luxury Hotels, The Mandarin Oriental. The event is for a maximum of six guests, travel and accommodation are not included but can be arranged subject to further cost.
The prize will be auctioned off during a live auction; to find out more, visit their website.
Sorry these are so late – I’ve been very busy at work! Helena attended the London premiere of Suffragette last night, held in Leicester Square as part of the BFI London Film Festival. Helena wore vintage Pierre Balmain from WilliamVintage. I have added 84 HQ images to the gallery; thank you to Lindsay for her contributions.
I have added some more stills from Suffragette, which will be released 12th October 2015 in the UK. I have also added another HQ shot by Brigitte Lacombe that wasn’t in the gallery.
November’s issue of Tatler magazine will be on sale from 01st October, although the digital edition is now available for download. Photographed as Frida Kahlo by Lorenzo Agius, Helena features on page 9.
I have added 3 HQ portraits by Jonty Davies, as featured in the November issue of Red Magazine. The magazine will be out this week, 01st October, in the UK, although a special issue is available early to subscribers. You will also be able to purchase a digital edition.
A strong sense of self, a brilliant talent and a dirty laugh – there’s something magical about Helena Bonham Carter.
As the 49-year-old actress stars in new film, Suffragette, she talks EXCLUSIVELY to Maggie Alderson for Red about how she feels after splitting with her husband, director Tim Burton, why her new film hits close to home and why it’s important to say hello to everything in life.