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May 6, 2016 | Posted by Debby | No Comments

After waiting for so long, the first episode of Peaky Blinders season 3 aired yesterday. Finally! I added 127 screen captures of Helen as Aunt Polly in 3×01 to the photo gallery. The album contains spoilers if you haven’t seen the episode yet. If you have watched it already, feel free to let us know what you think of it in the comments. Enjoy!

May 5, 2016 | Posted by Debby | No Comments

I added 3 HQ episode stills for Peaky Blinders second episode of season 3 and 1 HQ episode still featuring Helen for episode 3 to the image archive. I also added HQ promotional images for the third season to the gallery. Enjoy!

May 3, 2016 | Posted by Debby | No Comments

Tonight, May 03, Helen and her husband Damian Lewis attended the Peaky Blinders season 3 premiere. Helen and some of her co-stars also took park in the Q&A. She looked absolutely stunning.

I uploaded 8 LQ pictures to the image archive. I hope I’ll manage to find untagged or even HQ image soon. Stay tuned!

May 1, 2016 | Posted by Debby | No Comments

On Friday, April 29, Helen attended the MAC Pro to Pro Textile party at London’s Camden Roundhouse in London, England. I added 12 LQ images to the image archive. Enjoy!

April 26, 2016 | Posted by Debby | No Comments

I uploaded 7 UHQ episode stills of the first episode for the upcoming 3rd season of Peaky Blinders. The pictures feature Helen as Aunt Polly again. The episode will air on May 05. I also replaced the promotional image an UHQ one.

April 24, 2016 | Posted by Debby | No Comments

Connected to the interview for the Mail which I posted on the website earlier today, Helen was photographed by Ray Burmiston for Event Magazine. The styling is by Marcella, the hair by Alice Theobald, the make-up by Terry Barber and the set design by Cassie Smith at ProppedUp. Enjoy the images, which I uploaded to the image archive.

April 24, 2016 | Posted by Debby | 1 Comment

The Daily Mail published a new interview yesterday featuring Helen talking about her career, family, marriage and the news Peaky Blinders season 3.

She’s the feisty star of Peaky Blinders with forthright views on nudity, politics and why actors aren’t role models. He’s the Homeland heart-throb with an OBE. So who’s boss in the McCrory-Lewis house? The actress reveals all to Event…

Helen McCrory is rather pleased her husband, Homeland and Wolf Hall star Damian Lewis OBE, has been objectified as a pin-up, with topless shots from US TV series Billions plastered over the papers and glossy magazines alongside other British hunks Tom Hiddleston and Aidan Turner.

‘It’s lovely. Every wife wants to be with someone everyone finds attractive. Just like every husband wants to feel their wife is attractive,’ she says, perched at the bar of a London members’ club in high black boots and a black high-necked fitted dress with a sexy split in the skirt.

I’d heard McCrory was tiny. But she never looks tiny on screen, especially as Polly Gray the mobster matriarch in award-winning Peaky Blinders, which returns to BBC2 next month.

There you don’t think about her size, just her mesmerising force, equally apparent in her rapturously praised lead in Medea at the National Theatre.

It’s given her an impressively varied career. She’s appeared in two Harry Potter films, starred opposite 007 as MP Clair Dowar in Skyfall, played Cherie Blair in two films, and she’ll take to the stage of the National again next month in Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea.

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