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New York : “A vibrator and a very heavy blanket”: Helena Bonham Carter reveals her survival kit for confinement

New York :

Helena Bonham Carter.

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The actress Helena Bonham Carter stars in what will undoubtedly be one of the funniest advertising campaigns of this festive period for the dating app Bumble, what cedes control to users when it comes to taking the first step.

According to a new study carried out by the company, 70 percent of single people acknowledge that the current coronavirus pandemic has had a negative impact on their love lives, and for all of them, the interpreter has a very important advice that has helped her to cope with the two periods of confinement that have been lived so far in United Kingdom.

“Buy yourself a vibrator, and a heavy blanket to replace hugs”, Helena has affirmed during the promotion of this new project. “Also, don’t do anything. When the world goes crazy, when you are in shock for whatever reason, that is the time to do nothing. Do not move. Forget about progress and just exist. Set yourself a goal to have an afternoon tea, but nothing more ambitious than that. “

The star of the series ‘The Crown’, that gives life in fiction to the incombustible Princess Margaret, also has expressed solidarity with all the women who in the coming days will face the questions -or the interrogation- de rigueur about your sentimental state at family gatherings.

“We women blame ourselves very often, but the truth is that this year has been very complicated. Although the need sharpens ingenuity and there are always ways to continue meeting new people, “he said. “I have friends who have turned 35 and feel like they have to find a man or have a baby., but we should all give up setting those goals. Each person evolves at their own pace; the same thing happens with children, who learn to walk at different ages. I am almost 55 years old and I have not matured yet ”, Has promised.

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