New Photoshoot and Interview with Rosie Day from 1883 Magazine   1 comment

Here is a new photoshoot and interview with Rosie Day from 1883 Magazine


From 1883 Magazine:

When Rosie Day zipped through the Hoxton Hotel foyer to greet me wearing a shimmering short wool dress, fringed with frou-frou white feathers and paired with chunky DM boots I knew it was going to be a fun interview.

Despite the near freezing temperatures outside she’d braved bare legs for the shoot and rushed down to meet me without time to change. And Rosie didn’t disappoint.

Hailed as ‘one to watch’ by industry big-wigs, with a long list of stage and screen credits already behind her aged just 20 and now starring alongside everyone’s favourite on-screen sex-columnist Sarah-Jessica Parker in her brand new film, I was keen to find out what makes this British starlet tick. A conflicted rabbit, Tinder dates and a love of the Royals were just the tip of the ice-berg. And just FYI, this girl has been in SJP’s real life, actual walk-in-wardrobe…

More after the jump!


Wow – you look glamorous!

I got to wear loads of different outfits for the shoot – lots of grown up stuff which was amazing. There was this one dress that was cut really low – it was really cool.

I’d be tempted to forget to give a couple back!

I know – but at the moment I’ve just got noodles on my mind. I’ve just discovered Wok To Walk in Leicester Square – I’m definitely going there afterwards.

Sounds good. I’m a bit obsessed with Itsu at the moment, so I might do the same. So, you’ve been acting since you were five-years-old – what got you started?

I was a really shy kid, but my sister was one of those annoying all singing, all dancing children. My parents took her to stage school and when she was eight she got a part in a BBC series called Hope and Glory. The producers decided they wanted a little sister for her in the show and the casting director came to me and asked me if I would do but I said no. In the end the fact that I’d get to miss school persuaded me to do it. I had no idea what I was doing, and have hardly any memories of actually doing that job now.

Read the rest of the interview here

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