Sorry, recently I’ve been lax with updates. I appear to have abandoned my sites, not just this one. I haven’t updated my favourite ones for a while, Captivating Holly Valance, Le Fay Keep and Enchanting Katie Mcgrath! I’ve let myself down! Anyway, I’m glad lots of people like the new site! I hope lots of new people visit, and I’ll update with the latest news again very soon!
Images from Emilia attending HBO’S MILDRED PIERCE DVD LAUNCH with Freddie Fox, her brother, will be added to the gallery! She looked wonderful, so watch out for those!
Today is remembering sunday, I hope we can remember those in the wars.
And last but not least, the final update of the day – I promise! The Morguase “Merlin” promoshoots which, although Emilia’s face as Morguase ain’t quite as normal as usual, she looks stunning! Gonna re watch that episode and see if I was wrong about the hole ‘Morguase returns!’ thing! Hope I was :P.
About a year ago Emilia appeared on Bookaboo, I’ve embedded her reading a story so you can watch it below!
Loved this episode! Although I didn’t spot Morguase, unlike what the BBC have said on tonight’s Merlin episode, which is unfortunate :(. ??? Confuddled!
Old ‘Emrys’ gave Morgana quite a kicking last episode, and this week’s Merlin picks up soon after – the sorceress is still haunted by visions of her mortal foe. Agravaine becomes convinced that Gaius is passing on their secrets to Emrys, which pleases Morgana – Gaius will lead them straight to their foe…
Returning to Camelot, Agravaine once again seeks to bend Arthur’s ear and questions Gaius’s loyalty. He reminds Arthur that the old physician was once involved in the dark arts, adding, “Somebody is plotting against you and it is my duty to investigate every possibility!”
Meanwhile, Morgana pays a visit to the warrior priest Alator – he agrees to abduct Gaius in exchange for a special healing bracelet, forged on the Isle of the Blessed. Agravaine’s plot gathers pace as Gaius is brought before the King…
Digital Spy have released a tube talk on Pride and Prejudice, you can read a section below. Please click on the link (Continue…) to read more (in a new window).
h yes. It’s a bit of a classic, isn’t it? The BBC has always been known for its lavish costume dramas, but the absolute stand-out has to be its 1995 adaptation of the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice. But what was it that made the miniseries quite so special? Let’s cast our minds back…
Pride and Prejudice: Originally broadcast from September 24, 1995 to October 29, 1995
Say Pride and Prejudice these days, and it’s hard not to think of Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. The pair have become the definitive Mr Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet, and not even the likes of Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen could steal their crowns.
I’ve added a photoshoot from a while ago to the gallery, there are 3 pictures there. Hope you enjoy them! It is my favourite photoshoot of Emilia to this date!