Narnia’s “Lucy” Is All Grown Up (3 pics + 1 gif)

Posted in CELEBS       20 Feb 2015       16237      

You may remember Lucy Pevensie as the youngest sister starring in “The Chronicles of Narna” film trilogy but you probably won’t recognise her now.

 

Makes you feel nostalgic, right?

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Well, she was played by actress Georgie Henley, who is now 19 and looks like this.

Different, hey?

Georgie was just 10 when she landed her role in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe back in 2005.

She then went on to win the Phoenix Film Critics’ Society Award for Best Performance by a Youth Female in a Lead or Supporting Role for the movie because she was a badass from an early age. And then reprised the part for the next two Chronicles of Narnia films: Prince Caspian in 2008 and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader in 2010.

And if you’re wondering what she’s been up to since, she’s appeared on stage, on TV in the BBC’s Jane Eyre, and in a couple of films such as Perfect Sisters, which was released last year. And she’s currently studying at Cambridge reading English, so she’s beautiful and intelligent to boot.



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