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Lily is currently in Paris with her co-star Ansel Elgort to promote ‘Baby Driver’ and they stopped by Melty for a Q&A.

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Yesterday (June 13), Lily stopped by FOX 11’s talk show “Good Day L.A.” to discuss ‘Baby Driver’ and her character, Debora.

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Lily was on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” yesterday (June 13) to promote ‘Baby Driver’. We’ve updated the gallery with stills and behind the scenes pictures from the talk show. We don’t have the full appearance yet but you can enjoy the (really funny) clips below!

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Lily is featured in the July issue of British GQ. The first outtakes have been added to the gallery and below, you’ll find an excerpt of her interview. We will add the scans as soon as they become available so stay tuned!

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BRITISH GQ – Throwing her corset to the wind, the darling of period dramas Lily James is a force to be reckoned with as she changes gear in Baby Driver. Read this extract from the full interview in the July 2017 issue of British GQ.

Lily James on criticism of her Cinderella costume
“The press were saying I’m a bad role model. I’ve always been healthy. I eat! I do have a tiny waist and quite big hips so it looks in proportion, you know? I have an hourglass shape.”

Lily James on hearing of women on set being asked to lose weight
“Yeah, I’ve heard that story. And you hear those stories all the time. It’s so disheartening. I hope it’s not getting worse, because people are talking about it and people are aware.”

Lily James’ role models
“I love Michelle Williams. I’ve watched every film Michelle Williams has ever done. I probably love her because she’s the opposite of me, such stillness, such mystery.”

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When there is a new photoshoot, it’s always great news and we’re definitely not disappointed as Lily looks absolutely beautiful for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia. She is on the cover of this month issue and outtakes have been released. We will add the scans as soon as they become available so please, make sure to follow us on twitter to be the first to know. Enjoy the pretty!

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HARPER’S BAZAARON CINDERELLA
“In Cinderella we really wanted her to be a strong heroine in charge of her own destiny despite adversity. She lived by her mother’s words ‘have courage and be kind and all will be well’. And that allowed her to be in charge of her happiness and to try and rise above the cruelty. I think that’s a beautiful message. These classic princesses are often also free-spirited, brave, kind and long for more from life then what is conventionally planned for them, and that’s much more important for young girls then the part about the handsome prince saving the day.”

ON PRINCE CHARMING
“There is also nothing wrong with old fairy tale romance. You just want to have both. You must always follow your heart and your own dreams, and you don’t need a prince for that.”

ON FUTURE ROLES
“I’d like to do something totally different, modern, more raw and stripped back. It’s important to keep challenging yourself and pushing yourself in different directions, then you have to start really using your imagination so you’re not just relying on what you know and your own instincts. I want to feel terrified and totally out of my depth in my next role.”

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THE TELEGRAPH – hen Lily James was a schoolgirl, years before she turned into Cinderella – and prior to causing trouble at Downton Abbey – she wore an outfit so vile it near enough put her off trying to look glamorous for life.

‘Oh God, it was horrendous,’ she mutters solemnly, before burying her head in her hands at the very recollection. ‘I shared a birthday party with some friends, a disco in the village hall, and we all decided it’d be appropriate to wear pink dresses. Except they weren’t really dresses, they were basically patent-leather miniskirts with awful heels. I have no idea why our parents ever let us go out like that.’

‘From that moment on, I went to everything in casual [clothes]. I gave up heels, and spent the rest of my teens trying to be the most underdressed at any party. I think I wore the whole glamour thing out early, to be honest, and all in one go.’

We’re sitting outside James’s local café on a street corner in north London. She lives just down the road, and today looks decidedly as if the pain of patent-pink-leather-dress-gate might still be raw: chocolate-brown hair bunched in a messy half-topknot, charcoal denim dungarees, a stripy T-shirt and hi-top Converse trainers. Not a wisp of fuchsia in sight.

‘My personal style is still to look fairly, um, effortless,’ the 27-year-old says, glancing down at herself. ‘I never want to look as though I’ve tried too hard. I do love dressing up in costume and learning about clothes from designers these days – I can completely see the artistry in it now.’

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