Bobbi Brown Red Carpet Make-Over

It’s no secret that I attended the National Television Awards at The O2, London last month. Two of my buddies and team-mates joined me for the experience and we had a fantastic girls day and night out. As luck would have it, Bobbi Brown UK had re-launched a studio in the Oxford Street John Lewis store merely months before we planned to celebrate awards season.

Thanks to their wonderful PR, the three of us were treated to a red carpet make-over so that we were awards ready and the hassle of applying our own make-up was one thing ticked off our list for the evening ahead.

We were greeted by Molly, Aaminah and Kyah who immediately made us feel at ease (none of us are regulars when it comes to putting ourselves in the hands of make-up artists!) and we were quickly seated in front of the mirrors ready to put out trust and faith in these wonderfully creative professionals.

Molly immediately started to work with the colours of my dress for the evening which I was conveniently wearing for the session. You’ll see my before and after photos below, the first being of my completely make-up free face and the second being the after result.

My skin treatment and makeup from the Bobbi Brown UK range included:

Skincare – Cleanser/Toner – Extra Treatment Lotion, Treatment – Extra Repair Serum, Eye Cream – Extra Repair Eye, Face Cream – Extra Repair Moisture Cream

Skin Foundation Stick Shade – Porcelain

Corrector Formula – Creamy, Shade – Extra Light Bisque, Concealer Formula – IEC, Shade – Porcelain

Foundation Formula – Extra tinted balm, Shade – Alabaster tint, Correct & Perfect – Skin Stick – O

Powder Formula – Nude Finish, Shade – Porcelain

Bronzer – Stonestreet, Blush – Pink Brightening Brick, Highlight – Pink Glow

Lip Colour – Rose Petal Nourishing, Lip Pencil – Pink Mauve

Brows Formula – Brow Shaper, Shade – Brunette

Long Wear Eye Base – Light, All Over Shadow – Cream (Night Drama)

Lower Lid Shadow – Torched (Night Drama) Sunflare Luxe, Crease Shadow – Heat Ray Luxe

Eye Liner Formula – Black Ink/Charcol, Shade – Ogel/Eyeshadow

Mascara – Smokey Eye

Hayley Makepeace – Before Photo

My long-time very close friend, Hayley Makepeace experienced the Party Ready treatment from Kyah – you can see her make up free photo above and below is her finished look…

The result! Make-Over completed and Party ready!

Hayley’s look was achieved with the following Bobbi Brown UK products:

Skincare – Soothing cleansing oil, Treatment lotion, Hydrating eye cream, Vit enriched face base, Extra illuminating balm – bare glow

Instant Full Cover concealer, Shade – beige

Skin foundation, Shade – beige

Nude Finish illuminating Powder, Shade – Nude

Bronzer – Medium, Blush – Tawny, Highlight – Afternoon Glow

Lip Colour – Downton Plum Luxe, Lip Pencil – Pink Mauve

Brows Formula – Perfectly Defined LW Pencil, Shade – Mahogany

Eyes – Golden Bronze Shadow Stick, Crease Shadow – Taupe

Eyeliner Gel – Sepia Ink, Shade – Black Ink

Smokey Eye Mascara

Allspice Sparkle Shadow

Clear Brow Shaper

Jen Franklin – without make-up!

Jen Franklin is a close friend I met on social media a few years ago and we share many common interests. Jen was treated to a Soft Glam make-over. Check out her before photo above and the finished picture below!

The result! Jen’s Soft Glam Look…

Jen’s Bobbi Brown UK Make-Over was achieved by Aaminah with the following products:

Skincare – Hydrating tonic, Hydrating Eye Cream, Hydrating Gel Cream

Skin Foundation Stick – Beige #3

Corrector Formula – Creamy Corrector, Shade – Bisque, Concealer Formula – Instant Full Coverage, Shade – Beige

Foundation Formula – Skin long-wear weightless, Shade – Beige #3, Correct & Perfect – Skin Weightless Powder Beige #3

Powder – Nude Finish Illuminating Powder, Shade – Nude

Bronzer – Natural, Blush – Tawny Brightening Brick, Highlight – Pink Glow

Neutral Rose Luxe Lip Colour, Lip gloss – Nougat

Brows Formula – Powder, Shade – Mahogany

All Over Eye Shadow – Golden Bronze/All Spice, Lower Lid Shadow – Rich Brown

Smokey Eye Mascara

3-in-1 Hydrating Setting Spray

Here we are – ready for the National Television Awards. Thanks Bobbi Brown UK!

National Television Awards 2019 – Musings of an attendee…

Another National Television Awards ceremony has passed and it was an interesting, slightly controversial star-studded evening.

As an entertainment blogger with big love for all things telly and a working relationship and indeed friendships with a few familiar names from the small screen, I like to attend the awards whenever possible. I was a regular attender of the National Television Awards during the good old days when the Royal Albert Hall was the venue for the event. This year saw my third visit to the show since the move to the O2 and the extortionate charge to meet the celebrities on the red carpet came into being.

I’m often asked if it’s as good to be there as it looks on the telly and whether it’s worth paying for a ticket to go etc. The honest answer is that you do get a better view on your television at home, however I also believe that everybody should experience it at least once. Had the ceremony and set up remained the same as during Sir Trevor McDonald’s tenure – then I wouldn’t have hesitated to recommend that everyone with a passion for television pays a visit and indeed for a ticket, if they can. Every trip to the O2 for me has been widely different, however what stood out this time was the number of people in the audience who were going in and out of the auditorium at regular intervals and not during commercial breaks. This was disruptive to the evening itself for us members of the public. It’s no mean feat going up and down those stairs all the time either, they must have had a great workout!

The basic charge before fees for a red carpet ticket which includes a seat at the ceremony itself is £120. Prior to the move to the O2 it was free to attend the red carpet before and after the ceremony. There was a degree of scrambling which was kept under control by stewards, however on the whole it wasn’t a bad experience and helped to build up the excitement and anticipation before we piled into the venue itself. During commercial breaks inside the Albert Hall the nominees would make their way over to have photos with us and sign autographs too. It felt like we were all in it together, actors, crew members, directors, producers and us, the viewers.

As it’s an awards ceremony voted for by the public, back in those days it truly felt like the public got something back for supporting the various television shows. If you didn’t have an opportunity to see your favourite celebrity before the show or during, there was always a good chance that you would meet them afterwards. Indeed I was able to arrange to meet friends who were nominated and we’d easily find one another amongst the throng. On all three occasions that I’ve been in the audience at the O2 it’s been impossible to meet any nominees in my social and working circle.

So why the big change? Security risks are heightened of course due to a vast number of reasons and social media and all its pitfalls have also added to the mix. There are a few ‘fans’ out there who troll celebrity social media accounts and they could be loose cannons on occasions such as these I expect. It’s such a shame though because the event which I have always loved being a part of now feels like an us and them situation – those who are on TV versus those who aren’t. Separated and kept under lock and key by more security staff than you can shake a stick at – and you’d be wise not to shake a stick or you’d find yourself back on the tube before the stars were in their seats. Which wouldn’t be difficult! At the Royal Albert Hall the nominees were always seated well in advance of the show going live. At the O2 it’s almost more entertaining to watch the celebrities being herded in, rather like cats, than it is to watch the show. As you will no doubt have spotted on your screens this year, they are seldom in their seats ahead of the show being broadcast.

Although there is a notable barrier between Joe public and the television greats, there are a handful of stars who like to boogie with the warm up man and get the crowd ready to party. This year Brendan O’Carroll and Jennifer Gibney aka Mrs Brown and Cathy Brown were having a dance and cheering with the audience before Dermot came on to do his thing. Last year we had Ruth Langsford and Alison Hammond strutting their stuff. The various television theme tunes are blasted out and we can see footage from the red carpet to spark our enthusiasm. It’s after that I feel the show becomes something of a damp squib.

The positive side of the night for me personally is that I go with friends and we have a brilliant time. This year we were treated to a ‘red carpet’ make over by Bobbi Brown UK in John Lewis and Partners, Oxford Street ahead of the show and spent our time enjoying a good catch up. It is what you make it, and if you want to spend the big bucks to meet the stars on the red carpet, the opportunity is there. It’s not what we’re keen to do but it would certainly be an experience not to be forgotten I’m sure. You can book tickets for next year so if you feel it’s time to see what all the fuss is about and see the inside of the awards for yourself, book now: www.nationaltvawards.com/

Photo Credits: National Television Awards/ITV

National Television Awards 2019 – My Highlights

The dust has settled on another National Television Awards – the free bar for the nominees and their plus ones has been pounded, the ticket holding members of the public have finally felt able to put their shoes back on (I saw many a fellow attendee with sore feet, clutching their inappropriate choices of footwear in their hands!) and the winners are all admiring their spectacular trophies I expect. Did you vote in this year’s National Television Awards and did your favourites win?

Here’s what I thought of the various outcomes and I’ll let you in on who I had my money on in each category too… (when I say money, I do mean Monopoly cash – just so you know and so my husband doesn’t fly into a blind panic if he reads this!)…

Factual Entertainment: Paul O’Grady: For The Love of Dogs

I voted for this show, I think its stood the test of time and like many members of the British public, I love animals and want to see them living their best life. Paul is an inspirational guy and as a presenter with such as passion for dogs, the combination couldn’t be better. A much deserved win!

Quiz Show: The Chase

Another show I voted for, I love Bradley Walsh as a presenter, I think the banter between the various chasers and the contestants is good entertainment value and I think the format is very watchable. It has long been my favourite quiz show. Happy viewer and voter!

New Drama : Bodyguard

Of course it was, and of course I voted for this. BBC One has needed a gripping drama of this quality to up its game with so many channel choices out there. Richard Madden was a top choice to take the title role and I will never forget the first episode, edge of my seat and almost on the floor! An unsurprising winner.

Drama Performance: Richard Madden

Did I vote for him? Why yes you nosy devils, I did indeed! He’s not been on my radar before Bodyguard but he’s on it now and will remain so for a long time to come. A humble winner who couldn’t have been better cast in such a prolific role, long may Madden reign!

Talent Show: Strictly Come Dancing

Yes I voted for Strictly! It’s one of my all time favourite shows and I thought last year’s was one of the bet years they’ve had so far. They seem to be able to do no wrong as they also won last year. I’m just gutted that none of the judges made it to the shortlist this year.

Comedy: Peter Kay’s Car Share

If I had been putting money on National Television Awards winners I’d have been steaming ahead by now as this was another of my choices. Peter Kay developed a comedy in Car Share that we’ve not seen anywhere else and it never failed to tickle me. The episode featuring the monkey will be a memory I’ll always laugh out loud at. It was the last time that the show would be eligible as it has come to a close now, so it’s lovely that they won and great for Peter Kay too as he’s been off the scene.

Newcomer: James Moore

I don’t think I’ve ever felt so elated when a winner has been announced at this show. James Moore has been such a terrific addition to the Emmerdale cast and I wouldn’t have voted for anyone else. He made a fantastic entrance to claim his trophy and he’s raising the profile of actors with a disability. I hope he stays in the soap long enough to be in the running for a best actor award in future years.

Daytime: This Morning

I think I’d be hard pushed to think of a better winner, This Morning trumps all the other nominees every time and was naturally on my radar to vote for with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford being two of my all time best loved presenters. I do wonder if the public vote for it just so they can watch a hungover Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby the next morning though…

TV Judge: David Walliams

I have to admit that I failed to vote in this category when the shortlist was announced as I wanted Shirley Ballas from Strictly Come Dancing to be in the running. David Walliams is extremely entertaining but his choices of act on Britain’s Got Talent to go through are usually slightly off the wall and not necessarily the same choices I’d make. So although he was probably one of the best shortlisted nominees in that category, I was a bit disappointed. Sorry! It also broke my winning streak, but then I was never in the running for this one with my beloved Ms Ballas out of the picture!

Drama : Peaky Blinders

I didn’t vote for the show, I’ve never watched it, however I can see why it won as I know the following are strong and committed. I had a dilemma as to who I voted for as I support Casualty and the cast, but I adore Call The Midwife, so I was torn. I went with the latter but all my work colleagues went with the former!

TV Presenter: Ant & Dec

I voted for Bradley Walsh, let’s get that out there straight away before I dissect this controversial little nugget. Had Dec been available to vote for by himself in this category, I might have considered voting for him. Ant very graciously and rightly announced that the award belonged to Dec so no hard feelings as far as I’m concerned. The public awarded it to them and assuming the vote counting was correct, that’s the end of it. I’m pleased for Dec.

The Bruce Forsyth Entertainment Award: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Yes, a worthy winner and the one I voted for. I’m back in the game! However, I have to admit it would not have been my choice in previous years. This year the king of jam roly poly, Harry Redknapp made it unmissable for me and I really enjoyed the combination of Dec and Holly Willoughby, which I wasn’t sure would be the best before the show started. Worthy winner!

Serial Drama Performance: Danny Dyer

My vote went to Emmerdale’s Emma Atkins however it was a tough decision and I had considered putting my vote Mr Dyer’s way. He livens up Eastenders that’s for sure and the recent storyline he’s been at the centre of has had me glued. So although Emmerdale’s Charity Dingle pipped it for me personally when it came to voting – Mr Dyer was never far from the radar either.

Serial Drama: Emmerdale

They’re on a winning streak as they won last year too. Coronation Street received my vote this year however Emmerdale were always a close second. All the soaps have upped their game at some point over the last twelve months and should all be congratulated for hard work, excellent episodes and continually entertaining us. Well done Emmerdale, with all the episodes you lot churn out you deserve the recognition. For a full list of winners and more highlights check out the official website for National Television Awards and you can also book tickets for next year’s show: www.nationaltvawards.com/

Photo credits: BBC and National Television Awards Official Website

Bobbi Brown Studio Re-Launch, John Lewis & Partners, Oxford Street

Entertainment Views Awards 2018 public vote closed on 1st November and we’re very excitedly preparing for the cyber ceremony which is due to be broadcast across our social media channels on 15th December 2018. With our guest presenters lined up to announce the winners in the fourteen categories it’s all systems go.

Awards season is upon us, the first round of The National Television Awards 2019 public vote has also closed recently too. Entertainment Views will be in attendance and while we can’t wait to see who’s wearing who, we also look out for make-up choices on the night. Styles vary from year to year – bold colours, neutral shades and always synchronised with the colour they’re wearing on the red carpet of course.

On 18th October Bobbi Brown Cosmetics re-launched their new studios at John Lewis & Partners, Oxford Street and with their assistance, team Entertainment Views will be getting the red carpet look ahead of the National Television Awards ceremony at London’s O2 on 22nd January 2019.

Here’s the press release from the re-launch, why not book yourselves an appointment and see what the new space has to offer:

Bobbi Brown Cosmetics are taking their consumer experience to the next level with a bold re-design. Carefully conceptualised through the consumer’s eyes, this new space ensures a seamless journey of discovery and play, with a primary focus on bringing the best possible service and experience to the heart of Oxford Street. The re-imagined studio space will feature the first ever private Makeup Room within a central London department store, hosted by a colour brand.

The Makeup Room offers the flexibility of personalised appointments and beauty services, converting to a fully private room with a screen to close off the space if required.

In addition to the new design, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics will launch three new services, exclusive to John Lewis & Partners, Oxford Street.

To celebrate the launch of this innovative new space, the esteemed Bobbi Brown Pro Artists made guest appearances during the month of October, giving customers the opportunity to book personalised makeup lessons and receive bespoke tip and tricks based on their beauty needs.

We are excited to report from The National Television Awards in January with our glam new looks courtesy of Bobbi Brown make-up!

 

National Television Awards 2017 ~ Winners Round-Up

This year’s National Television Awards, hosted at The O2 and presented by the ever-enthusiastic Dermot O’Leary, was an evening full of deserved winners in my humble opinion. It was a glitzy, star-studded night, peppered with entertainment and emotional speeches. Here are a few of the highlights:

Casualty marks 30 years in style ~ Best Drama, I admit, was a category I had my eye on and the eagle-eyed among you who are likers of Break A Leg’s Facebook page and followers on Break A Leg’s Twitter page will have spotted our very obvious plug for votes. The award was collected by a number of members of the cast and the speech shared between Break A Leg Critic’s Choice Special Recognition 2016 Award Winner, Amanda Mealing and Break A Leg’s Patron, Cath Shipton. Cath has returned to the show as Duffy after a lengthy break, and Amanda previously played the role of Connie in sister show, Holby City, before joining the cast of Casualty. The girls made a wonderful speech which covered all bases and the look of sheer amazement on all of the cast members’ faces was quite something. It’s been a long time coming and I hope there will be more where that one came from. Yes, I’m biased!

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Casualty win Best Drama

Walford Wins ~ Although they missed out on the Serial Drama award (which was a surprise to me…), the Eastenders cast bagged a trophy when Lacey Turner (Stacey Fowler) scooped Best Serial Drama Performance. I admit my vote went to Lacey, as I think that she plays the role of Stacey amazingly well and I can’t imagine life in the Square without her. Lacey is notoriously shy and shocked whenever she wins a prize for her marvellous efforts, but I thought she gave a very confident speech, this year. A cracking actress with such a bright future ahead of her, in and out of Walford.

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Lacey Turner with her much deserved trophy!

More glory for Mrs Brown’s Boys ~ And the award for the most members of one family on the O2 stage goes to… this gang are always so infectious when they win an award and Mrs Brown’s Boys have won more than can be mentioned in this humble article (they also have the Break A Leg Critic’s Choice Award for Best Comedy… by the way!). It was obvious early in the evening that Mr O’Carroll was in a mischievous mood when the camera caught him and his wife, Jennifer Gibney snogging!! His winner’s speech was a joy, as always and I wonder if there will be another sitcom to rival their winning streak anytime soon? The Christmas and New Year’s specials were among some of my favourite episodes of the show, so I feel that they are still flying high!

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Mrs Brown’s Boys win again!

The Dales Dominate ~ Emmerdale ran away with the Best Serial Drama trophy and from the vibe in the room, I suspect it came as quite the surprise to many, not least the triumphant cast an crew. With so many episodes a week and a loyal fan base, perhaps it’s not quite so hard to believe that the back-runner has stormed it this time.

Special Recognition ~ Graham Norton always very (un)graciously accepts that both his good self and his programme are likely to come second place to serial winners, Ant and Dec – who swept the board yet again, as it happens. Therefore, his Special Recognition award was a mighty good idea and long overdue, too. I enjoyed the reel that had been compiled, not least because I had forgotten he had starred in Father Ted. Norton’s list of credits is pretty incredible and if O’Leary were to hand over the baton as Presenter of the National Television Awards, I think there would not be far to look for a replacement.

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At last! Well done, Mr Norton!

What’s New Pussy Cat? ~ I can’t not mention Tom Jones and his fablas opening number which set the programme off in style. I am over the moon that I have seen the legend sing live, and it wouldn’t have gone a miss if he’d popped back on for another number or two and started a party in the O2! Good choice!

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What a treat to be entertained by this legend.

The full list of nominees and winners can be found here: http://www.nationaltvawards.com/

 

Spotlight On… Star of Casualty, Lloyd Everitt

Jez has become an integral part of the paramedic team in Casualty and actor Lloyd Everitt who plays the character has been nominated and shortlisted for a National Television Award for Best Newcomer. Here he talks to Break A Leg about how the character has progressed so far and what the award nomination means to him.

Thank you for talking to Break A Leg, Lloyd. How have you enjoyed your experience in Casualty so far?

It’s been brilliant, really fun, it’s a family environment and everyone gives you a very warm welcome. This makes the filming even more enjoyable for me.

How do you feel the character has progressed since he first joined the team?

When Jez first joined the team he was very green and he was making mistakes that could have put people’s lives in danger which is the worst type of paramedic to be! But that didn’t happen and he grew as a person. What I love about his progression is that he has learned and become a better paramedic because he had made mistakes. That replicates life in that you learn from your mistakes. Jez has become a lot more professional and equipped in terms of his knowledge, confidence in his work and the way he deals with things. On the other side he’s a soulful character, there’s a lot more depth to him and to go into which will be revealed over time.

So, what are you able to reveal about Jez’s future?

I actually don’t know what the future holds for him at the moment. I can’t give away too much because nothing’s concrete yet. They write six months in advance and you can bring your own ideas in as well, so I’m at that point at the moment.

What would you like to see happen for Jez?

I’m a huge believer that every person is different depending on who they’re with, in life. So, Jez has not had his private life magnified and I’d like to find out why he is the way he is. What’s the root of it all? For me that’s the journey of the character, the private life and the work life.

How do you feel about being nominated for a National Television Award?

It came as a surprise, especially when someone on set asked me if I knew already and I was keeping it a secret! The nomination is an amazing honour and that recognition of course is a beautiful thing. I do it to go out and play great roles, that’s my be all and end all but I’m delighted with the nomination. I’ve been lucky to have Michael Stevenson (who plays Ian) to play opposite, he’s very experienced, warm and open and we’ve formed a relationship which enables the characters to just be.

Finally, what would you say to encourage viewers to keep watching Casualty?

It’s the first programme I ever saw as a child and it was huge entertainment, it’s lasted for thirty years and the reason is behind that is because it’s about life and death. Everyone goes through it, people are in and out of hospitals, it is a reflection of life in the mirror. I encourage people to watch it because it is something you can learn from. A show like this can go much deeper than just entertainment. First and foremost though, it’s a great show and you might also recognise something in it that changes your life.

I’d also like to add that the NHS is the most important thing that we have been able to build in this country. For me it’s very important that Casualty keeps going and has an influence.

I’d like to thank Lloyd for his time and an insightful interview. Wishing him every success with the National Television Awards, and you can vote and for Casualty in the Drama category, here: http://www.nationaltvawards.com/

Photo Credit: BBC

Spotlight On… Star of Casualty, Amanda Henderson

Robyn has been going through it lately, she found the love of her life, he lied to her, it transpired that he had a terminal illness and now she’s pregnant by him, and he is nowhere to be found! I caught up with the actress behind the heartbroken Nurse, Amanda Henderson, who incidentally picked up a Break A Leg Critic’s Choice Award for Unforgettable Performance in the Best Actress on Television category…

Thanks for chatting to me again, Amanda. So, poor poor Robyn, Glen has done a runner, I’m anticipating that we get to see him before he succumbs to his illness, though?

Ooh I can’t say but don’t expect a happy ending… I know that viewers would like there to be a happy ending, but it isn’t a drama series then is it?

I enjoyed the scenes last year where we met his friend Paulo, because it gave an insight into Glen’s life….

Yes, and because they didn’t have much time together, nobody knew that much about his life. Not even Robyn knew that much about him and the short time they had together was so intense and so often just the two of them that they never allowed anyone else into their world. Their love was so strong that they were inseparable and I think Glen’s decision to leave was so that he didn’t have to watch Robyn being heartbroken watching him die. I think I can understand why people go off to die. He’s a loving man and she’s a loving person. Like she says, she’s a Koala and won’t let go, so the only way he could make her let go was to leave her. However, leaving her at the alter might have been a little harsh!

I thought that was rather harsh too! She has a lot of people looking out for her, though?

Oh yes she has loads of people looking out for her, she’s got David, Duffy and Charlie. She’s the baby of the family.

How do you think the baby of the family will cope with motherhood?

The hardest parents in the world are usually doctors and nurses because they know what can go wrong. I think the fact that Robyn knows what scans certain scans can throw up, t’s all making her grow up rather quickly. She thinks “I’ve got to deal with this all by myself”. Although she has now decided that she can do this.

What was it like working with Amanda Mealing as a Director instead of as a co-star?

Amanda really helped me to go through the emotions in that episode, she was incredible. Because she’s an actress herself I think she sees it from a different perspective to other directors.

So, of late it seems that Robyn does have to do a lot of crying, understandably! Do you find it easy to turn on the tears for a scene?

It depends, if I start a scene and I am supposed to be crying from the word go a bit of tear stick helps me to get wet eyes. I can always find the emotion, there is so much in anybody’s life that anyone can draw from so finding the emotion is not the hard part, it’s finding the actual physical tears. If it’s something that happens in the middle of a scene then I can work up to it and it’s easy to do when you’re working with this cast who are so talented.

Finally, what would you say to encourage viewers to carry on watching Casualty?

There’s all the worries of Robyn’s pregnancy that viewers will see and there are scans coming up, you might find out if it’s a boy or a girl. At the moment, Robyn is trying to prove to herself that she can be a good mum and that she isn’t this dizzy airhead. She’s been through a lot in the last four years and has gone through the mill a bit with her love life and friendships. Now we get to see how she deals with the latest that life has thrown at her. Luckily she has her big brother, Max (Jamie Davis) to look after her.

Thanks as ever to Amanda for a fantastic interview, I can’t wait to see how it all unfolds for Robyn!

Don’t forget you can vote for Casualty  to win a National Television Award in the Drama category and Amanda’s colleague Lloyd Everitt who plays Jez is nominated for Best Newcomer, here is the link to vote: http://www.nationaltvawards.com/

Photo Credit: BBC

 

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