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❝Family is everything to me❞ Tipped for an Oscar for his latest role playing King George VI, Colin Firth tells of the challenge of playing the stammering king – and his own love for his family 16
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By Alison James e’s as tall, dark and handsome as he appears on screen, but in the ﬂesh Colin Firth (50) is also looking tired. It’s not surprising. Toronto, New York, London… he’s been globe-trotting to promote his new ﬁlm The King’s Speech, in which he plays King George VI. Far from the usual historical royal yarn, it’s the tale of how a shy, difﬁdent prince – not born to be king and with no desire to be one – dealt with both the abdication crisis and a debilitating stammer. “It’s the third time I’ve played a person with a stammer. I thought I’d just do the same as before and pull the performance out of my metaphorical acting drawer labelled ‘stammer’, but that wasn’t the case. The people in question were different and, in some ways, their stammer was part of their personality. I gained insight into the king’s character by seeing how determined he was to overcome his speech impediment, which was heightened by the abdication crisis. “I found him ﬁercely honest and extremely brave – but I don’t think he felt brave, just suffocated by fear. And he was funny. If you read anything he wrote, there’s a wry humour that’s an immense sign of character.” Colin tells how George, or Bertie as he was known by friends and family, was helped in his public speaking by Australian speech therapist Lionel Logue, played by Geoffrey Rush. “Logue didn’t ‘cure’ him – we were conscious that this shouldn’t be a ﬁlm about a miraculous recovery – but his methods certainly helped the king learn how to control and overcome his stammer.”
Colin’s been widely tipped to win an Oscar for his performance. “It’s extremely gratifying that people are talking like this,” he says. “I’ve been at the other end of the scale so many times in my career, where you just get verbal rotten cabbages thrown at you. It’s wonderful there’s so much warmth and enthusiasm towards the ﬁlm.” It’s impossible not to feel warmth and enthusiasm towards Colin, too. Charming, self-deprecating, intelligent, sensitive, funny, modest… the list goes on. Livia, his Italian wife of 13 years, and mother of his two younger sons, Luca (9) and Matteo (7), is a lucky
‘My wife is the smartest person on earth – it was love at ﬁrst sight’ woman. Yet in typical Firth fashion, he counts himself as the fortunate one. “She is the smartest person on earth,” he says of his wife. “She’s an Italian beauty and far more secure than I am. It was love at ﬁrst sight.” The couple met on the set of the 1995 BBC TV ﬁlm, Nostromo – Livia was working as a production assistant. “I immediately felt she was amazing,” he recalls. “Once we’d married I felt more settled and at peace. I’ve never looked back. Marriage and children – nothing comes close to that.” Family is of the greatest importance to Colin, who also has a son, William (20), by Canadian actress Meg Tilly. “My life revolves around my family,” he says. “I’d die for them. “What strikes me about the Italians
Colin as King George VI, with co-star Helena Bonham Carter (left); and as dashing Mr Darcy in Pride and Prejudice (right)
is their attachment to family. Livia’s family is beautiful and very close. From the Italian family is derived a sense of inner security and stability that’s not found in other cultures. We English, on the other hand, are always wandering apart. When I met my wife I had to court her; present myself to her father. I’d never met a 26-year-old woman still living with her parents.” Does Colin think the Queen will approve of his portrayal of her beloved father? And what will she think of the controversial scene in which he lets out a stream of swear words as a kind of therapy? “I couldn’t possibly comment,” he says, with a twinkle in his eye. “Although it has crossed my mind. But I can’t imagine there are many adults who haven’t heard certain words – not even the Queen. That scene would have been peppered with far more profanities if I’d been left to my own devices. The producers came running in and told me I had to tone it down!” Actress Helena Bonham Carter is playing Queen Elizabeth, who, of course, became the Queen Mother. Helena says: “I actually met Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother once. One of my earliest ﬁlms, A Room With A View, was chosen as the Royal Film Premiere back in the Eighties. She was graceful with an air of charming vagueness about her. But from reading books about her in preparation for this role, it emerged she was also very strong. She was the personiﬁcation of that classic phrase ‘behind every great man, there’s an even greater woman’. “One of her dearest friends, Cecil Beaton, described her as a ‘marshmallow but made in a welding machine’ and I think that’s very apt. She had this enormous inner strength. It’s this side of her I hope I’ve managed to get across. I don’t look like her, but hope I’ve captured the essence of her. She was extraordinary and she gave her husband the conﬁdence he lacked. They were a great partnership.” D The King’s Speech is released on January 7 YOURS
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A cold, dark winter doesn’t have to mean dreary clot By Jade Pickering
Block colours Block colour is easy to wear and can be ultra-slimming too. Add a waist belt to nip you in at your narrowest part and team with matching accessories for the perfect evening outﬁt.
Blue cowl neck dress (0380103816), £55, sizes 8-20, Principles by Ben Di lisi at Debenhams; patent courts (FY184oE), £50, sizes 4-8, ravel at Marisota; chunky necklace, £25, Principles by Ben Di lisi at Debenhams; chain belt (189657001), £15, sizes s-l, Wallis; rufﬂe clutch, £10, cherokee at Tesco.
Winter doesn’t have to be boring, so brighten it up with a cheerful coat. It’s one of the easiest ways to wear colour and will brighten up a dreary winter wardrobe.
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Yellow-gold pea coat (1200103 140), £70, sizes 8-22, John rocha at Debenhams; trousers, £18, sizes 8-20, F&F at Tesco; patent ﬂats (FZ569NQ), £25, sizes 4-9, The shoe Tailor at simply Be.
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PriNT ToP For daytime comfort wear a busy print with a bright knit to add a youthful twist to a simple outﬁt. This top is great for hiding ‘problem’ areas such as a wobbly tum. Print top (0280103406), £25, sizes10-22, collection at Debenhams; emerald knit cardigan (191331029), £37, sizes s-Xl, Wallis; indigo jeans (70115024), £25, sizes 6-22, Dorothy Perkins; gem metallic pumps, £25, sizes 3-8, Next; drop earrings, £12, Noa Noa.
PaTTErNED skirT Floral prints are all over the high street, so get ahead with a colourful skirt like this one. Team with a plain top or knit in a co-ordinating colour to keep warm but stay stylish, too. Berry rufﬂe shoulder knit (73217886), £45, sizes 6-22, Monsoon; ﬂoral print skirt (71206303), £40, sizes 6-22, Monsoon; pointed kitten heels (0500103532), £28, sizes 3-8, Jasper conran at Debenhams; chain mail necklace, £25, Debenhams.
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Prepare 50g (2oz) of porridge oats with 200ml (8ﬂ oz) of semi-skimmed milk. Slice one apple and place it in a small saucepan. Add a splash of water and simmer for 3-4 minutes until softened. Stir the apple into the porridge and add a pinch of cinnamon or cloves. D Enjoy with a 200ml (8ﬂ oz) glass of orange juice.
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Wash one medium-sized potato and prick all over with a fork. Microwave at a medium heat for seven minutes or until soft. Heat 220g (8oz) of baked beans in a non-stick saucepan. When cooked, scoop the potato out of the skin and ﬁll the skins with baked beans and a little of the potato. Top with one tablespoon of low fat cheddar cheese.
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Heat one teaspoon of olive oil and brown 80g (3oz) of cubed lean steak, then set aside. Chop one onion, half a carrot, one stalk of celery then heat one teaspoon of olive oil over a low-medium heat. Add the vegetables along with a crushed garlic clove and fry for ﬁve minutes until softened. Add 200 ml (8ﬂ oz) of vegetable stock mixed with a tablespoon of red wine, one tablespoon of plain ﬂour, a small tin of tomatoes, one teaspoon each of Worcestershire sauce, dried rosemary and dried parsley along with the steak and bring to the boil. Simmer for ten minutes then add one small potato (cut into bite-sized chunks) and 50g (2oz) of sliced mushrooms. Simmer for a further 15 minutes before serving.
Dice one small ﬁllet of cod (or other white ﬁsh) into cubes and coat in half a tablespoon of cornﬂour. Heat one teaspoon of olive oil and lightly fry one diced onion, one thinly sliced carrot and a sliced green pepper. Add a teaspoon of minced ginger and a crushed garlic clove and fry for another minute or so. Transfer to a dish and cover to keep warm. Fry the ﬁsh cubes until golden brown and then add the vegetables. In a separate pan, mix one 220g (8oz) tin of tomatoes, one tablespoon of balsamic vinegar, one teaspoon of soy sauce and a tablespoon of water, along with another half tablespoon of cornﬂour. Stir well and boil, then allow to simmer for 10 minutes. Pour the sauce over the ﬁsh and vegetables and serve with 30g (1oz) of brown rice.
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When anna Kennedy, 50, struggled to ﬁnd a suitable school for her two autistic sons, she went on to found europe’s largest educational establishment for autism. “My youngest son, Angelo, has autism and my eldest, Patrick, has Asperger syndrome – a form of autism. After looking at more than 26 schools in our area, we were faced with closed doors, schools that were more like institutions and long waiting lists – it was heartbreaking. “Eventually, my husband Sean and I decided that the only way to get our children the education they needed would be to start our own school from scratch. We took a crash course in education and found a derelict building that could make the perfect school. With an army of volunteers and donations from local companies, we transformed the building into a fully functioning school. “Hillingdon Manor School opened in 1999, providing specialist education for children with autistic spectrum disorders. Last October we extended and can now take about 150 primary and secondary age children. Esther Rantzen is a patron of both Hillingdon and the newly opened Baston House School. “Opening the school has not only beneﬁted my sons, but hundreds of other children too. Next we want to open a home for adults with autism. We have no intention of stopping – there’s so much more to do.” D anna has won the Daily Mail’s Inspirational Woman of the Year 2010 award. aNNa’s toP tIP Don’t be afraid to stand-up for what you believe in – our children had us to ﬁght for them.
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Sharon Eden fulﬁlled her dream of becoming an author, at 62. “Over the past few years I’ve dreamt of writing. I had an idea for a book that would help people to live life purposefully and passionately. I used a writing coach, who spurred me on to complete the ﬁrst draft of my book within three months! “I had a target of writing for ten hours every week but, because I’m still working, achieving this was sometimes tricky. Then I’d have a creative burst and could write 1,000 words in an hour. “Showing the ﬁrst draft to friends and family was terrifying, but fantastic at the same time!
I gave it to people who I trusted to be honest without being too critical. After two further edits ‘Whack Around The Head’ was ready. The book, which is due to be released this January, is perfect for those going through tough life changes such as retirement or bereavement. “Creating the book was an amazing journey and I’m tremendously proud of it. I’d encourage anyone who’s always yearned to put pen to paper to go for it.”
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Janet Masters started swimming again in her 50s. Aged 70, she set her sights on the world Championships. “I’ve always loved swimming and swam competitively as a teenager. In my 50s I decided to get back into it – just as a way of keeping ﬁt – but my son, Peter, encouraged me to enter competitions again. Last August, aged 70, I planned to compete in the World Masters Championships in Sweden (the 7074 year old age group). “Preparations were under way when disaster struck – I slipped and fractured my knee, just nine weeks before the event. I couldn’t even get in or out of the pool unaided. My coach encouraged me to try physiotherapy and following treatment I recovered well. “At the event an ofﬁcial had to help me onto the starting block and I found the turns difﬁcult, so it was
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a complete surprise when I came away with four medals. It was my proudest achievement so far. “My husband Mick, daughter Julie and granddaughter Beth, were with me at the event and when we got home my grandsons had put up ‘welcome home’ banners and balloons – I was overjoyed (and mortiﬁed by all the fuss!). “Now my knee has fully recovered my swimming times have improved. At the recent National Masters Championships I brought home seven gold medals! “After my fall I thought I’d have to retire from swimming, but now I plan to enter the World Masters Championship in 2012.” JAnET’S ToP TIP Swimming is great for overall health and ﬁtness and is so much fun – you’re certainly not over the hill at 70!
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Heavy snow resulted in 30 New Year revellers getting snowed in at The Tan Hill Inn, North Yorks. For how many days? ● a 10 days ● b 6 days ● c 3 days
An Icelandic volcano, dormant for 200 years, erupted causing air trafﬁc chaos for several weeks. What was it called? ● a Jeyejöjallakull ● b Eyjafjallajökull ● c Jökullfjordeye
The UK entry in the Eurovision Which team won the Oxford v Song Contest was That Sounds Cambridge boat race? Good To Me, sung by young Josh ● a London Dobovie. How many points did ● b Oxford it win? ● c Cambridge Josh sang for ● a 100 Europe, but ● b 10 how many ●c0 points did The Deepwater Horizon he get? oil platform exploded in the Gulf of Mexico. How Which country many barrels of oil were won the most estimated to have leaked Gold medals in into the sea before the ﬂow the 2010 Winter was stemmed? Olympics? ● a 100,000 barrels ● a United States ● b 4.9 million barrels ● b Sweden ● c 1.2 million barrels ● c Canada Furious Naomi Campbell Who won best male actor in stormed out of an interview last year’s BAFTAs? after it was alleged she had ● a Jeremy Renner – The Hurt received what? Locker ● a Blood diamonds ● b Alfred Molina – An Education ● b A stolen gold ingot ● c Colin Firth – A Single Man ● c Suitcase of laundered cash
With a ‘hung parliament’ in the General Election, David Cameron formed a Conservative coalition with the Lib Dems. Where did party leaders ‘Nick and Dave’ hold their ﬁrst ofﬁcial press conference? ● a The Honeysuckle Garden ● b The Cherry Blossom Garden ● c The Rose Garden
What percentage of votes did the Liberal Democrats win in the General Election? ● a 27 per cent ● b 42 per cent ● c 36 per cent
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June The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened at the Universal Magic at the Harry Orlando Resort in Florida. Potter theme park Highlights include: ● a A ride on The Hogwart’s Which two countries Express competed in the ﬁnal of the ● b Wizard’s Chess World Cup in South Africa? ● c Wizard duelling workshop with ● a Germany vs Argentina professor Snape ● b Spain vs netherlands ● c Brazil vs italy
August How long were 33 Chilean miners trapped underground when the San José mine collapsed? ● a 43 days ● b 37 days ● c 69 days
November Despite unprecedented budget cuts, how much did the British Government controversially pledge to help bail out Ireland? ● a £2 billion ● b £10 billion ● c £7 billion
Prince William and Kate Middleton announced their engagement, but where were they when Wills popped the question? ● a Kenya ● b Wales ● c Canada
The ﬁnal episode of Last of the Summer Wine was broadcast by the BBC. But, how many years had it been going? ● a 37 years ● b 50 years ● c 20 years
John Isner and Nicolas Mahut broke all records for the length of their match at the Wimbledon tennis tournament. How long was it? ● a 8 hours ● b 6 hours ● c 11 hours
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July Which former US president celebrated his daughter’s wedding at a lavish ceremony in New York? ● a George W Bush ● b Bill Clinton ● c George Bush Snr
Which was the ﬁrst city to host Pope Benedict XVI during the ofﬁcial state visit? ● a Edinburgh ● b London ● c Glasgow
In which country did millions of workers strike in protest against the president’s plans to reform the pensions system? ● a United States ● b France ● c Russia
October In the ﬁlm Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Michael Douglas reprised his role as a greedy banker. What is the character’s name? ● a Gordon Gekko ● a Larry Lizard ● a duncan dragon
December Coronation Street marked its 50th anniversary with a dramatic live episode, but on which day of the week was the ﬁrst ever episode broadcast? ● a Friday ● b Wednesday ● c Monday
Who was crowned winner of this year’s X Factor? ● a One direction ● b Matt Cardle ● c Rebecca Ferguson
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hen we asked Yours readers to help knit clothes for premature babies we expected a good response, as we know what a generous lot you are, but we were utterly overwhelmed with the thousands of beautifullyknitted garments Bliss received. Our target was to reach 7,000 knitted items by Christmas but, after we sent out thousands of patterns to eager readers, Bliss received a whopping 20,000 items! As you can imagine, Bliss was thrilled with all your hard work, as Julia Billington, individual giving manager, explains: “When we started the campaign, we thought it was hugely ambitious to expect 7,000 knitted and
W from Bliss! sewn items. When the sacks full of your donations began arriving at our ofﬁces, we couldn’t believe it! We received over 20,000 items altogether, which is amazing. “Thank you so much to all of you for the time and effort you have put into making sure babies born early, or sick, and needing special care over the Christmas period, received the clothes they need. We know that their parents loved seeing their babies dressed in clothes, which had been specially made for them. Many families will treasure these tiny
clothes over the years when they remember their baby’s ﬁrst few days and weeks. Yours readers have made a real difference for families right across the UK.” Bliss estimates that the 20,000 items received represent tens of thousands of balls of wool. And, if an hour was taken to knit each item, this equates to more than 800 days of solid work! So pat yourselves on the back, you did a wonderful job and here at Yours we couldn’t be prouder of our extremely talented and hugely generous readers.
‘A big thank you for the knitted items you donated’ Toni Barnes, staff member at Fairﬁeld Hospital
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Thanks to the generosity of Yours readers, premature babies all over the Uk will have been kept lovely and warm this Christmas…