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And Emily Blunt has revealed that it's been good for her children's elocution, as her eldest daughter Hazel has returned to her British roots.

Married to the American actor and writer John Krasinski – the Martin Freeman-equivalent in the American version of The Office – with a new baby daughter, the 31-year-old now counts George Clooney among her closest friends.

Her wedding was at Clooney’s Lake Como retreat and the week before we meet she and Krasinski were pictured dining with him and Amal Alamuddin, now his fiancée. well, not chaos, but like everyone else in the morning with a small baby. “I’m trying the whole eye-rolling gluten-free thing – it makes me feel really energetic.” Friendly and relaxed, she still seems and sounds very English, despite having lived in California for several years now.

If anything, in this film, Cruise is her spear carrier – as he himself has put it, Blunt is the one who plays the “badass”.

That a Hollywood heavyweight such as Cruise could now be playing second fiddle to Blunt is an apt metaphor for her ascent to the top of the Hollywood hierarchy, both professionally and personally.