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Felicity Jones ready for a holiday

Published 31/12/2012

Felicity Jones
Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones' New Year's resolution is to take a holiday.

The British star has evolved from an up-and-coming actress to one of the most in-demand names on the movie and fashion scene.

As well as making movies, Felicity has been tapped to front campaigns by Burberry and has been signed by Dolce & Gabbana to promote the brand's fashion and make-up lines.

The Like Crazy actress is hoping to find some time to relax in the coming months.

"[In 2013 I hope I'll be able to] take a holiday! My great-grandmother grew up in Tuscany and I'd love to go and visit where she had lived," she told the UK edition of Company magazine. "It was a very hectic 2012, so I hope 2013 will give me the opportunity to take some time off."

After spending the last 12 months focusing on her career, Felicity hopes to have a more relaxed attitude to her work.

The 29-year-old star is excited about what the future holds. She revealed more about the three movies she has coming out and why she is equally proud of them all.

"2013 is the year for my new film Cheerful Weather for the Wedding. I'm so excited about it. I studied Virginia Woolf and have been obsessed with the Bloomsbury Group since," Felicity gushed. "I've also made a film with Ralph Fiennes, called The Invisible Woman, and another with the Like Crazy director, Drake Doremus, alongside Guy Pearce - it's at Sundance festival."

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