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Sunday 24 May 2015

McCrory relishing racy new role

Helen McCrory has a role in A Little Chaos
Helen McCrory has a role in A Little Chaos

Helen McCrory is relishing her racy new role in A Little Chaos.

The Skyfall actress is currently filming the period drama, directed by Alan Rickman and starring Kate Winslet and Rust And Bone hunk Matthias Schoenaerts, about a pair of 17th-century landscape gardeners who compete to design a fountain at Versailles for Louis XIV.

Helen revealed she plays Madame Le Notre, the wife of landscape gardener Andre Le Notre.

She said: "I'm married to Matthias of Rust And Bone fame and we're in a very open relationship, so lots of girls want to change places with me at the moment!"

Helen is about to begin work on new US TV show To Appomattox, a Civil War drama starring Rob Lowe.

The actress is married to Damian Lewis who is also working in America at the moment, starring in hit drama Homeland.

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