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From English rose to acerbic bitch, Emily Blunt has never been afraid to diversify in her choice of film roles

17th January, 2015

Emily Blunt blinks at me with reddish, lethargic eyes before turning away to blow her nose. “I’m sorry,” she says. “I’m going to be very rude and air-shake your hand. I’ve got this rotten cold since I stepped off the flight from LA this morning.” She blows her nose again while reaching for a cough drop from inside a large, cloth shopping bag.

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