In recent interview with Marie Claire, Emily Blunt shared her experiences with regards to her stutter.
She said, “My stutter really started to take hold around six or seven and then kind of got progressively more challenging for me, and as I reached about 11 or 12, it was pretty ingrained. It wasn’t the whole part of me; it was just a part of who I was. There were certain people who liked to define me by that. That was tough. I decided not to really spend time with those people. I’ve probably only now come to realize that everybody has something growing up. That just happened to be my thing.”
The British actress regularly attends The American Institute for Stuttering (AIS) gala, and has hosted several times.
Due to the pandemic the gala was cancelled, but she was still able to show her love and support by hosting the 14th annual gala last week via Zoom (their first ever virtual gala).
Much like last year when she hit the red carpet for the 13th annual gala, Emily was giving us energizing spring hues.
Flowers are a mainstay in Magda Butrym’s collections – and this one feels like it was modeled on vibrant ’80s prints.
Part of the Spring 2020 collection, the ‘Dover’ dress has a lot going on with the tonal polka-dots, wild roses in bloom, and the billowing, pleated silhouette.
I love how this look is decorated with romantic blouson sleeves and ruffles that beautifully framed her gorgeous face.
The ruffles could’ve been a distracting detail, but it actually helps brightens up the frame along with her matching lip colour and Sydney Evan jewelry.
Credit: AdoreBlunt & Vogue.co.uk
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