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    Carey Mulligan has “never been rebellious” because she's always been focused on her career

    The ‘Promising Young Woman’ actress – who has kids Evelyn, five, and Wilfred, three, with husband Marcus Mumford – insisted she is “pretty boring” because she’s worked since she was 18 and though she used to “cut loose”, she never did anything particularly wild


    She said: “My own wild life? I never really had one.

    “I started working when I was 18 years old and I kept going.

    “I mean, I’m sure I cut loose when I was a teenager, but I have never been rebellious.

    “I’m pretty boring. My wild life is more to do with country walks and crackling log fires.”

    The 35-year-old star feels “fortunate” that the coronavirus lockdown hasn’t been too difficult for her and her family.

    She explained to OK! magazine: “I’ve spent lockdown in the West Country, thankfully, with space around me.

    “I felt very lucky to be in a place with a garden and lots of space for the kids.

    “People have had a nightmare in so many different ways and we have been lucky enough to have a nice time to spend together as a family. We feel really fortunate.”

    Carey is always happy to pack up her family to travel with Marcus when his band Mumford & Sons are on tour because she feels “very much at home” in hotels.

    She said: “Marc’s job requires a lot of travel but we have been lucky enough to be able to travel around as a family and make it work for the most part.

    “I feel very comfortable in hotels.

    “My father was a hotel manager, so we lived in quite a few different places when I was growing up.

    “I feel very much at home in a hotel. Of course, it’s wonderful to have a sense of home – but as long as I’m with the people I love, I don’t feel bereft.

    “That feels like enough of a home to me.”

    © 2021 Bang Showbiz, NZCity


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