Good morning! I’ve added 2 HQ as well as 2 MQ photos of Emilia from London Fashion Week. Take a look:
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iCandyworld.com has launched its ‘The Emilia’ bag collection website, presenting a fabulous bag inspired by Emilia Fox. Take a look at the gorgeous designs:
Continue reading for more photos & facts about the bag…
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Inspired by the beautiful actress, Emilia Fox, the East West Bag is the special edition from the collection. The Emilia finds elegance and freshness in classic English design.
The Emilia patent collection is available in Ivory and Royal. The Emilia is also available in a stunning soft-Touch leather. Take your pick from Ivory and Black to add the perfect finishing touches to your look.
The bag is available in 4 fabulous flavors (IVORY – PATENT, ROYAL – PATENT, BLACK – LEATHER, IVORY – LEATHER). It also comes with accessoires:
For more information visit icandyworld.com and download their bag collection catalogue here.
According to festivaldufilm-dinard.com Emilia will be part of the jury of the 25th edition of the Dinard British Film Festival which will take place from 8-12 October. Follow the aforementioned link for more information.
A morning shooting beauty tests with Emilia Fox. Enzo is doing the hair. He has been renamed the maestro. The pictures are great!
I’ve added 5 gorgeous new photos of Emilia who took part in Barnardo’s Story Time in June.
Follow the link below to see the full version of them in our photo gallery
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The RadioTimes have published a new interview with Emilia. You can read it right here:
How far have women come in the acting world? The Secrets stars discuss how the industry has changed
I often get asked if my family sits around the table talking about acting [Fox is the daughter of actors Joanna David and Edward Fox, her cousin is Lewis detective Lawrence Fox and her younger brother Freddie is also an actor]. Never! Yet it is like a family business where you know a language and you have seen the great highs – and also the great lows. My childhood was so far from glamorous. My parents really struggled to give me a great education at a certain cost to their own lives, so my rose-tinted spectacles were off. I didn’t want to act; I wanted to carve an independent path, to use my Oxford degree.
It was a coincidence of life. I normally waitressed in university holidays but I got asked to audition for Pride and Prejudice by a director who had worked with my mum and known me as a little girl. My next job was Rebecca – opposite Charles Dance, Diana Rigg and Faye Dunaway. My biggest worry was that people would say I got the part because mum had played Rebecca 20 years previously. In fact, they took my name off the audition so that I could never have accusations of nepotism thrown at me.
I look at my mum and I think she’s found it harder as an actress because there were fewer and fewer roles as women got older. Times have changed. Nor need women resign themselves to playing the ingénue or the love interest. I have been especially lucky because I’ve had Silent Witness, which has been such a strong female role.
Job description is not important to me; whatever anyone wants to call me as long as I’ve got work. It’s the same when people say, “Do you want to be called Millie or Emilia?” I don’t care!
My mum put her children before her career, which made things very difficult when she wanted to come back into the industry. I haven’t had to make that choice: I was able to work all the way through my pregnancy and I was back at work within three months doing Merlin and Silent Witness. I found it hard being away from Rose and so they encouraged me to bring her on set. She’s three now and very much part of the Silent Witness family.
Would I like Rose to follow in my footsteps? Judging by her performances at home, it’s almost inevitable! If she does want to, I will support her all the way, through the good times and the bad.
Below you can find a first photo from ‘Crackanory’ series 2 which starts on 24 September on the Uk channel Dave. Have a good weekend everyone!
Rik Mayall and David Mitchell are among the stars who feature in an exclusive picture from Crackanory series two.
The part live-action, part-animated Dave show sees celebrities narrating adult versions of bedtime stories in the style of the children’s classic Jackanory, which first came to TV screens in 1965.
Vic Reeves, Sue Perkins, Katherine Parkinson, Meera Syal, Warwick Davies, Ben Miller, Johnny Vegas, Ruby Wax, Emilia Fox and Simon Callow will also appear in the new series.
Late comic actor Mayall will appear reading The Weatherman by Tony Way, which will be screened on Wednesday, September 24 at 10pm.
Enjoy a first sneak peek from Emilia’s upcoming ‘The Secrets‘ episode:
Lexie visits her relationship counsellor in an attempt to uncover her partner’s secrets.