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Posted on Sep 17, 2014
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Yesterday in London, Helena and mother Elena participated to the exhibition of Nicole Farhi’s sculptures From The Neck Up. I’ve added to the gallery photos from the event.

Gallery link:
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > Nicole Farhi’s Debut Exhibition Of Sculptures: ‘From The Neck Up’


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Posted on Aug 26, 2014
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The #IceBucketChallenge is a “campaign” stars are doing on the web and you can have more information about it on the following blog.


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Posted on Jul 10, 2014
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What a great news today Helena to be nominated for an Emmy for her portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor.

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Miniseries Or A Movie – 2014
– Jessica Lange
as Fiona Goode American Horror Story: Coven
– Sarah Paulson
as Cordelia Goode Foxx American Horror Story: Coven
Helena Bonham Carter
as Elizabeth Taylor Burton And Taylor

– Minnie Driver
as Maggie Royal Return To Zero
– Kristen Wiig
as Cynthia Morehouse The Spoils Of Babylon
– Cicely Tyson
as Carrie Watts The Trip To Bountiful



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Posted on Jul 07, 2014
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Thanks to MaryJane.

Gallery link:
Magazines & Scans > Scans From 2014 > Hello – 7 July 2014


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Posted on Jul 01, 2014
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Helena attended the Best Of Britain’s Creative Industries Reception yesterday. Enjoy the Hqs I grabbed and added to the gallery!

Gallery link:
Public Appereances > Events 2014 > Best Of Britain’s Creative Industries Reception


Posted by Claudia
Posted on Jun 30, 2014
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Hollywood stars Harrison Ford and Helena Bonham Carter are among a host of celebrities who have been invited to Downing Street for a ‘Cool Britannia Two’ party tomorrow night.
The two film stars, alongside Katherine Jenkins and Downton Abbey creator Lord Fellowes, have been invited to the gala event at to promote the UK’s booming entertainment industry.
The star-studded gathering has invited comparisons with Tony Blair’s 1997 Downing Street reception attended by Noel Gallagher and Vivienne Westwood.

Around 200 guests from across the entertainment industry will gather at the party in the courtyard of the Foreign Office opposite Downing Street.
A selected group of around a dozen guests – thought to include Lord Fellowes – will then go to Number 10 for a dinner.
Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan, who run Working Title Films which made Four Weddings and a Funeral, are attending; as is Lucian Grainge, chairman and chief executive of Universal Music.
Josh Berger, president and managing director of Warner Bros UK, Ireland and Spain and a governor of the British Film Institute is also expected to attend.

Harry Potter star Emma Watson and Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch have been invited. Actors Dame Helen Mirren and Ralph Fiennes, along with television presenters Clare Balding, Fearne Cotton and Cat Deeley, are tipped to attend.
Chiwetel Ejiofor, star of the Oscar-winning film Twelve Years a Slave, James Bond actor Daniel Craig and music mogul Simon Cowell could also be invited.
Number 10 is keen to avoid comparisons with Mr Blair’s ‘cool Britannia’ party staged in 1997, when guests included Noel Gallagher, the founder of Oasis.
They said that the focus was on the Government’s support for the entertainment industry through tax breaks – which have been credited with Britain’s booming arts, music and film industry.

The number of jobs within these ‘creative industries’ grew five times faster than the national average over the past three years, generating more than £70billion a year for the economy.
Sajid Javid, the Culture, Media and Sport secretary, said: ‘The UK’s Creative Industries are a huge success story and powerful force in driving economic growth.
‘These figures demonstrate the sector is punching well above its weight and Government is committed to ensuring the right conditions are in place to allow the sector to continue to flourish.’