Thandie Newton and Kate Winslet love flowers

Beloved Flower Lover,

While filming Tyler Perry’s latest film For Coloured Girls, British actress Thandie Newton loved having fresh flowers in her trailer every day.

Speaking to WENN, the London-born star, who has featured in movies including the Pursuit of Happiness and Crash, said that she liked the flowers so much that she used to take them with her when filming finished for the day.

She said the feeling of going to work and being greeted by the sight of fresh-cut flowers was “amazing”, claiming that they were a little touch which made a huge difference.

“It’s a dainty, small-in-the-scheme-of-things touch but, my goodness, you felt special and loved, appreciated and honoured. When you got on set you just gave it your all because you felt appreciated,” Newton told the journalist.

Another British film star to receive flowers recently is Kate Winslet.

When the Titanic actress celebrated her 35th birthday earlier  she was spotted clutching a bouquet of roses as she made her way to her apartment in Manhattan.

Allow yourself to enjoy flowers too!

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