Poppy Delevingne ‘petrified’ red carpet


2020-04-23 17:30:06

Poppy Delevingne has admitted that he suffers terrible shakes on the red carpet and that her husband James Cook is a must-stop.

Poppy Delevingne suffers from “shake body” uncontrollable when it is on the red carpet.

The actress of 34 years, who is the elder sister of the supermodel Cara Delevingne has revealed that she has to get her husband James Cook to the hold because it is “petrified” every time he faces the crowds and the paparazzi.

Poppy told the column by Sebastian Shakespeare for the Daily Mail: “If I have to do a red carpet or something like that, my whole body trembles uncontrollably.

“My husband always says:” Literally I have to hold a Poppy “.

“My whole body is practically shaking because I’m petrified.”

In addition to body trembling, the blonde beauty also shrinks, which continues to get worse.

She continued: “it gives Me a pull of lips for fear total. And does not improve with age, but worsens”.

Although they struggle to contain their nerves on the red carpet, Poppy has been trained to stop shaking when it is in the set.

The star of ‘Riviera’, he added: “When I have a scene in which I have worked very hard and I know to death, that is the feeling most exciting in the world”.

Meanwhile, Poppy admitted previously that you are concerned about looking “too out there” in the big events.

The actress of ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’, who attended the wedding of princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank last October, we like to go to the safe if you are not sure of the dress code for a particular function and is going to be your classic little black dress with shoes and eye-catching makeup.

She said: “If I am not really sure of a dress code, I like to keep it very, very simple. I think it’s always a little bit scary if you go too.

“For me, what I will do is perhaps a little black dress with a heel striking, and a red lip. Nothing too out there that I can get you in trouble”.

Key words: Poppy Delevingne, James Cook, Cara Delevingne
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