Yesterday Natalie looked stunning on the red carpet at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. She wore a floral Naeem Khan dress, Rupert Sanderson shoes, Kimberly McDonald jewelry, and a Nathalie Trad clutch. Pictures can be viewed in our gallery.
Fashion Scans Remastered have posted some gorgeous scans from Natalie’s latest spread in Nylon Guys!
I’ve added a gorgeous shot of Natalie from her Nylon photoshoot.
Natalie is featured in January’s edition of Nylon Magazine with a gorgeous new photoshoot (I’m loving all of these new pictures!). I’ve added some outtakes and the magazine scans to our gallery.
The Radio Times have released a new photoshoot of Natalie along with a quick video run down of her CV!
Natalie Dormer is poised for superstardom. The British actress is already a familiar face – she’s played an array of iconic roles, from Henry VIII’s ill-fated wife Anne Boleyn to Sherlock Holmes’ nemesis Moriarty – but the 32-year-old’s star is well and truly on the rise.
This week sees her appear in The Hunger Game’ latest instalment, but look ahead to the future and she’s already bagged a role in zombie film Patient Zero alongside former Doctor Matt Smith. And we haven’t even mentioned the fact that she stars in the world’s most popular fantasy series Game of Thrones… Read More.
Very exciting new project news this morning coming from The Telegraph. I can’t wait for this!
It was the tale that scandalised 18th-century high society, featuring an outrageous court case, one passionate woman, and love affairs galore.
Now, the BBC is to broadcast the true story of Lady Seymour Worsley for the first time, bringing the audacious details of the “woman in red” to life on screen.
Natalie Dormer, star of Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games, is to take the part of Lady Worsley, the wife whose very virtue was put on trial in a 1782 court case that shocked the country.
Described as “passionate and courageous”, she had chosen to leave her husband, Sir Richard Worsley, to elope with his best friend Captain George Bisset.
The affair went on to be played out in scandalous details in the courts after Sir Richard brought a £20,000 case against his former friend for defiling his “possession”: his wife.