Actress Helen McCrory has died. She was 52 years old. Helens husband billions. Actor Damian Lewis revealed the sad news on Instagram Friday, writing in a touching post, quote, I’m heartbroken to announce that after a heroic battle with cancer, the beautiful and mighty woman that is Helen McCrory has died peacefully at home. Damien went on to praise his late wife for living fearlessly, and acknowledged How lucky he feels to have had her in his life. Quote, she blazed so brightly. Damien and Helen married in 2007 and share two kids together 14 year old daughter mannin and 13 year old son Gulliver. In a 2011 interview with the Evening Standard, Damien shared a heartwarming tradition between the couple. After his proposal to Helen in Paris was interrupted by tourists. They started taking annual trips back to the City of Lights every February without their kids for their anniversary. Helen was known for her role in the Harry Potter franchise as Draco Malfoy his mom narcissa you should be honored to say hassel Draco.
So after see your girlfriend now now I hope she shows you some respect this time.
It’s quite a debt of gratitude she owes you Mr. savior of the monarchy. I know not to be here. The Dark Lord Himself forbade me to speak of this After Dark Lord has for the net, you’re not to speak. It’s just a boy.
No, of course, you have to do this little red carpet thing. Where are you with that? Who are you with the whole kind of thing like that? I really enjoy. Good. I’m glad I really understand when you see all these sort of people sitting there and they say, Oh, it’s such hard work. No, no, no, no, no, no, that’s not the hard work getting up at 4am. And being on set for 18 hours a day. That’s the hard work. That’s it. Sure. And exactly. Then the fun bit is somebody comes to your house and does your hair and does your makeup and sends you fantastic Fox. And if you’re griping about that, you’ve just got to wake up and smell the cry. I have a no sympathy for.
We’ve got lots of friends in the NHS. And we’ve been talking to them on the front line about what they needed. And one thing that came up again and again was food. And with all the local canteens and the eateries, all shutting down and the staff doing longer and longer hours, and how to feed everyone was becoming going to become a real problem. You know, we were sending pizzas originally to St. Mary’s, Paddington and uclh before we realize how big this problem was, and the pictures of people not only so happy to eat, because they’ve been there for so long, but also to know that everybody really cares and wants to give the kind of back that those people are giving us is such a privilege and we all want to be involved. But this is just the seed.

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