“A Quiet Place” star Emily Blunt covers the March 2020 issue of British Harper’s Bazaar magazine photographed by Pamela Hanson and styled by Leith Clark.
On making the decision to move to Brooklyn Heights: “People there couldn’t care less about celebrities,” says Blunt. “No one has the time or inclination to stop and stare.” “You can walk everywhere too, which I love – to a supermarket, to a dry cleaner, with the kids to school – you don’t need a car,” she continues.
On making moves into producing: “You get to the point where you’ve been doing something long enough and you do have an opinion,” she says. “It’s a very hard thing for a British person to start discovering their own worth, but at some point you’ve got to.”
On equal pay and equal opportunities: “Ambition in men is seen as something quite heroic and cool, and in women it is seen as cold and self-serving and unlikeable,” she notes. “So everything that has happened in the last few years has been really vital. Because I want nothing more than for my daughters to be really ambitious about something that they love and want to do.”
The March issue of Harper’s Bazaar is available on UK newsstands from 5 February.
Newsstand Cover: Alexander McQueen Dress | Cartier Jewelry
Subscriber Cover: Christian Dior Dress | Cartier Jewelry
Image: Dolce&Gabbana Jacket and Skirt
[Photo Credit: Pamela Hanson/British Harper’s Bazaar Magazine]