Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Emily Blunt on the February 2018 Cover of Vanity Fair Magazine


Emily Blunt will take on the role as the new 'Mary Poppins' and you can catch her on the February 2018 cover of Vanity Fair magazine. On the cover which was shot by Craig McDean, Emily is wearing GIORGIO ARMANI. In the issue, she talks Mary Poppins Returns, her dream job, being a celebrity and so much more. Continue below to read excepts from her interview and to see her fashion spread. For more on Emily's feature, visit VantyFair.com and pick up a copy on newsstand. 


Saint Laurent


On Judi Dench:
I was a kid and could have meant nothing to her, but every day after work she invited me to her dressing room. It was crazy to me. I was drinking champagne and pretending I knew what anyone was talking about.

On the strangeness being a celebrity:
I am always under the impression that I have a silly job for a living. But occasionally you will run into someone who deepens your feeling about it. Sometimes people will say they had cancer and The Office was the only thing that made their family laugh during that time. You realize when you are in something that really touches people that it does offer an escape.

On showing her daughter Hazel the original 'Mary Poppins' film:
She is besotted with this movie, to the point where I have a deep dread she is simply going to reject my version and be, like, ‘You are not Mary Poppins,’ because she is so in love with Julie Andrews and she knows every single song. . . . At first she was kind of confused because I said, ‘Remember how Mummy was pretending to be Mary Poppins for a while? Well, there was another lady who played Mary Poppins. Would you like to see another Mary Poppins film?

On her dream job:
It would be my dream just to flip houses. I adore renovating. I love working with different materials and coming up with a different story for each room. I am Pinterest-mad.



Bottega Veneta




Credit: Vanity Fair magazine
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