The Crown has received a whopping 24 nominations in this year’s Emmy’s, including one for Helena – her fifth! Helena has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Princess Margaret; she faces fierce competition from several incredible actresses, including fellow co-stars Gillian Anderson and Emerald Fennell.
Helena and The Crown co-star, Olivia Colman returned to Helena’s former school to cut the ribbon to officially unveil Waterlow Hall in Maresfield Gardens.
More exciting news!
BBC One and BBC Children in Need announce the launch of Children in Need: Got It Covered, a brand new venture for 2019 which involves some of the UK’s biggest names from stage and screen as they band together to produce an entire album of cover songs, whilst helping to make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK […]
A special 60-minute programme will follow the entire recording process and explore all the behind-the-scenes action, as the actors face the challenging task of laying down their bespoke tracks at the legendary recording studios Rak and Abbey Road Studios in London. Each of the actors will handpick a song that is most significant to them and receive expert guidance from Brit and Mercury award-winning record producers and songwriters Guy Chambers and Jonathan Quarmby.
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Helena will join Millie Bobby Brown in the upcoming film adaption of the Enola Holmes Mysteries book series by Nancy Springer. Helena will play the mother of the titular character, Enola (Millie Bobby Brown).
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Allie Esiri, author and good friend of Helena, shared some photos of the Girl’s Day School Trust Resplendens magazine which features an article about Allie and Helena’s visit to South Hampstead High School in November last year, which includes some photographs of the two of them when they were younger! The digital version of the magazine can be viewed here, for free.
A talk Helena Bonham Carter and I gave about poetry helping us through life. And photos she found from when we were very young. Thx @GDST for sending the magazine. https://t.co/SoNUygbLsA pic.twitter.com/JrKUvPHx8E
— Allie Esiri (@AllieEsiri) June 12, 2019
Director Woody Allen shared some old photographs of Helena and Peter Weller between takes for Mighty Aphrodite on Facebook today. An additional image can be viewed on his official website.
Helena’s make-up artist, Morag Ross shared pictures of her with Helena while she were getting Helena ready for the Save the Children Centenary Gala at The Roundhouse. Also in attendance was Myleene Klass, Sue Perkins, and Joely Richardson.
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