Dame Julie Andrews has by no means met the solid of ‘Bridgerton’.
The 86-year-old Hollywood icon might have narrated Netflix’s hit interval drama, nevertheless, he has but to fulfill his co-stars in actual life.
Showing on the ‘Right this moment’ present on Wednesday (22.06.22), he mentioned: ” I by no means met the corporate in particular person.
“After all, typically I see them on the present. However I do all my recordings very removed from them.”
Nonetheless, the ‘Mary Poppins’ star insists they’re all “unbelievable” at what they do.
She mentioned: “I feel it seems to be stunning, and they’re all great and beautiful folks to work with.
“Shonda Rhimes and the entire gang, they’re unbelievable. And I am thrilled that they invited me.”
In the meantime, Andrews has stored in contact with the actors who performed the Von Trapp youngsters within the 1965 traditional musical “Smiles and Tears.”
She mentioned: “We keep up a correspondence, however not frequently, I imply Christmases, possibly birthdays and definitely reunions, however we get so shut that I feel we’re household anyway.”
The truth is, the 5 surviving former baby actors, Nicholas Hammond, 72, Duane Chase, 71, Angela Cartwright, 69, Debbie Turner, 65, and Kym Karath, 63, got here collectively to honor Andrews with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Movie Institute in Los Angeles earlier this month.
Sadly, Charmian Carr (Liesl) and Heather Menzies (Louisa) handed away in 2016 and 2017, respectively.
Andrews performed Maria, an Austrian girl finding out to develop into a nun, who is shipped to the house of retired naval officer Captain Georg von Trapp (Christopher Pummer) to be governess to his seven youngsters.
Andrews “adored” Plummer, who died on the age of 91 in February 2021.
When requested about his highlights from the set, he mentioned, “Working with expensive Chris Plummer, who I adored. We have been mates for years.”