Emily Blunt and her husband, John Krasinski, had a special reason to celebrate Independence Day in a different way. Last month, the couple was overjoyed to welcome the fourth member of their family after Emily gave birth to Violet, their second daughter. News Australia reports that instead of celebrating the Fourth of July festivities by enjoying an outing, John Krasinski took to Twitter to welcome Violet to their beautiful family.
What better way to celebrate the 4th… than to announce our 4th family member!!! 2 weeks ago we met our beautiful daughter Violet #Happy4th
— John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) July 4, 2016
Earlier in 2014, Emily and John welcomed their first child when baby daughter Hazel was born. Even though Emily and John are married and are now the parents of two young daughters, they still spend time together by going out on a date night. The couple has been spotted strolling arm in arm while attending the movie in West Hollywood. In fact, the two stars say that they are still head over heels with one another, and they are frequently observed as one of the most loved-up couples on the red carpet while attending a movie premiere.
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According to In Style, Emily and John were looking comfortable in each other’s arms on the red carpet of the 20th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards.
The two have also seen together in their endeavors to support social causes. The couple was seen having a private moment at an event organized by Cooking Live from New York to pledge support to families fighting pediatric cancer.
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Now, Emily Blunt will be about to enjoy even more outings with her husband on the east coast because the family has sold their West Hollywood home, intending to shift their base to the east coast. According to TMZ, socialite Kendall Jenner bought Emily Blunt’s Los Angeles’s mansion for $6.5 million.
The 4,800-square-foot house is located above the legendary Chateau Marmot Hotel and boasts six bedrooms, five baths, and a beautiful pool with jetliner views.
— Architectural Digest (@ArchDigest) July 17, 2016
Emily Blunt has proved that she is a thorough professional by sticking to her work schedule despite revealing her pregnancy in January 2016. Apart from filming for The Girl on the Train, the English actress has also been hard at work promoting The Huntsman: Winter’s War, the movie in which she co-stars with Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron.
And it seems that parenthood will not stop Emily from taking on more assignments. Walt Disney Studios has confirmed that Emily Blunt will be playing the role of the famous nanny in a sequel to Mary Poppins, Disney’s 1964 hit movie that was based on the fantastic and hugely imaginative series of children’s books written by P.L. Travers. And just like its prequel, the Emily Blunt-featured Mary Poppins movie will be full of magic, music, and fun.
According to The Australian, the story of the movie will not be based on the 1964 musical, but it will be inspired by Travers’s seven previously unadapted books about the angelic nanny who cared for the Banks family.
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The new Emily Blunt film will be set 20 years after the 1964 movie and will feature a grown-up Jane Banks and an adult Michael Banks, who is now the father of three children. Once again, the tragedy-struck Banks family will require Mary Poppins to return to fill their lives with joy.
Emily Blunt’s Mary Poppins is sure to amaze audiences, as the sequel is bound to feature weird and wonderful events that were not able to be shown in the 1964 movie. Emily Blunt will be seen acting along with Lin-Manuel Miranda, the star of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, who will be seen portraying Jack Banks. Currently, it is not known which of the bizarre episodes from Travers’s books will make it to the big screen, but according to the Australian, Emily Blunt’s magical nanny may be shown saving children from alien cats, fish that catch humans, and even abductors who keep children trapped inside a China bowl.
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