At just 23 years old, Ellie Bamber is in high demand. She is, in no particular order, an ambassador for Chanel, a proud feminist and one Britain’s hottest acting talents, having starred in Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals, BBC1’s adaptation of Les Miserables and, more recently, The Trial of Christine Keeler. No shrinking violet, she’s as charming and playful as her make-up choices. Here Bamber tells Marie Claire’s Fiona Embleton, beauty makes a big difference to how she’s feeling right now…
FIONA EMBLETON: What does beauty mean to you?
ELLIE BAMBER: For me, beauty really starts with what you stand for inside and kindness. I think that really shows on the outside. Self-confidence is something that’s really beautiful, too, so being comfortable in your own skin and acceptance.
FIONA: You make no secret of being a feminist. I know this question just won’t go away, but do you think you can be a feminist and still be into beauty?
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I’ve added in the gallery 12 outtakes from Ellie Bamber’s photoshoot for the 1883 Magazine’s Decadent Issue. Check out below:
PHOTOSHOOTS & PORTRAITS > 2020 > 1883 MAGAZINE BY RYAN SARADJOLA
Hello! Ellie Bamber Network (elliebamber.net) has a new owner and I’ll be updating the site from now own. Our gallery will be updated in the next fewn days with new and old photos. Hope you guys like it!
The BBC released today (January 15) the first images of The Serpent. In one of the photos we can see Ellie alongside actor Billy Howle who plays her husband in the series.
The eight-part series, produced by Mammoth Screen, debuts on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK and Netflix internationally.
Tahar Rahim plays killer Charles Sobhraj and Jenna Coleman his partner Marie-Andrée Leclerc, and Billy Howle and Ellie Bamber play Herman and Angela Knippenberg.
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