LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 20: Dame Helen Mirren attends the Chelsea Flower Show press and VIP preview day at Royal Hospital Chelsea on May 20, 2013 in London, England.
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Helen Mirren launches expletives at drummers who disrupt theater performance
later this month."Not much shocks you on the gay scene," parade organizer Mark McKenzie told the Telegraph. "But seeing Helen Mirren dressed as the queen cussing and swearing and making you stop your parade that's a new one."Festival spokesman Mark Williams Read more »
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Helen Mirren makes wish come true
A. Pruchnie/Getty Images Photograph by: Ben A. Pruchnie , Getty Images Big-hearted Helen Mirren helped a dying 10-year-old boy’s wish come true — kind of. While Mirren may not be Queen Elizabeth II, she has portrayed her and when she heard about cancer patient 4:42 PM from Calgary Herald Read more »
Helen Mirren Fulfills Little Boy’s Dream of Tea With the Queen
made a show of knighting Oliver, telling him that everyone had to call him Sir Oliver from now on. So if you’ve ever dressed up in costume and pleased a child, whether professionally or just because cosplay is fun, remember: Helen Mirren totally gets it. 2:47 PM from The Mary Sue Read more »
Helen Mirren Grants Ill Boy's Wish to Meet "The Queen"
Mirren has granted a dying ten-year-old boy's wish to meet the Queen — or rather her version of the Queen that she is currently playing in The Audience. According to a report in the U.K.'s Sun newspaper that has been confirmed by the show's press representative, 9:42 AM from Playbill Read more »
Leicester Mercury published Oliver's ROYAL APPOINTMENT!
seriously ill boy had a dream come true when he was invited to have tea with the Queen – the Dame Helen Mirren version. Oliver Burton, 10, who is fighting cancer for the fourth time, travelled to London in a stretch limo before meeting the "Queen". He sat 2:30 AM from This Is Leicestershire Read more »
Helen Mirren: Children should be taught gardening at school
cookery will, from next year, be taught to secondary schoolchildren as part of the new National Curriculum. Now, Dame Helen Mirren is calling for gardening to be taught at all schools as well. “They should teach it in schools. It’s such a positive thing to 2:30 AM from The Telegraph Read more »