Friday, 10 July 2015

Naomie Harris Evoked A Sophisticated Flawless & Irresistible Pose on The Latest Cover of The Edit | Dishes On Why Therapy Was Necessary To Deal With Negative Patterns in Her Upbringing !

Stunning British Actress, Naomie Harris looks so perfect in the latest cover of Net-a-Porter's The Edit

Naomie Harris, 38,  poses for the July 9th issue of The Edit Magazine in a printed and textured  piecs showcasing ’70s chic inspired looks ideal for any woman to stay on trend!

The British star, styled by Natalie Brewster,  rocks perfectly luxurious pieces by Gucci, ChloĆ©,
Joseph and Michael Kors  in a photo session handled by Nico.  See how flawless she looks after the cut...

She has made a name with the movies Eve Moneypenny in the James Bond film Skyfall and
as Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

In the Magazine, Naomie narrated how she grew up in Finsbury Park, north London, the daughter of a Jamaican mother and Trinidadian father who separated before she was born and shares personal details about her upbringing which she had to deal with.

On needing therapy:

I did The Hoffman Process recently, which is all about learning re-parenting, because so many of us come from dysfunctional parents, and we get trapped in negative patterns that stem from that. To break those patterns you have to be in a space where you can recreate what you went through and deal with it. Most of us operate as if we are adults, but we aren’t emotionally mature at all

On her role in upcoming boxing movie Southpaw:

[The film’s director] Antoine [Fuqua] called me. He was so passionate, so persuasive, that by the end of the call, I was like, “I’m getting on the plane to Pittsburgh and working with this man.’ I’m so glad I did,” she said. “He pushes you really hard, but he shows he has faith that you can do it. He makes actors feel valued and important, and creates an environment that is totally safe. All those things mean you can and want to take risks. I had the best time.

This was extracted  from her interview in the latest issue of The Edit.

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