Helen attended The Bravo awards in Moscow’s famous Bolshoi Theatre. She presented the award for Ballet Of The Year, Nureyev, with John Travolta.
At the 2019 Academy Awards Helen presented the award for Best Documentary Feature with Jason Momoa to Free Solo. Her dress by Schiaparelli was much admired and check out Helen’s Instagram for a full range of pictures from the evening.
Helen was privileged to be invited to a private meeting with Dalia Grybauskaitė, President of Lithuania, whilst she is filming Catherine The Great in Lithuania for Sky Atlantic and HBO.
Here is the first look of Helen as Russian Empress Catherine The Great. Helen is currently filming the 4 part series for HBO and Sky Atlantic in Lithuania, Latvia and Russia.
Helen has started filming Catherine The Great for HBO and Sky Atlantic. Catherine the Great is a four-part drama that delves into the politically tumultuous and sexually charged court of the most powerful female monarch in history. Catherine wielded supreme power throughout Russia for nearly half of the 18th century – strong-minded, independent, brilliantly intelligent…
The Nutcracker And The Four Realms’ new trailer with Helen playing Mother Ginger. Released UK & US 2 November 2018.
Helen was a guest of Royal Ascot Races and presented the trophy for the winning horse Crystal Ocean in The Hardwicke Stakes. Pictured are Michael Stoute (trainer), Helen, Ryan Moore (jockey) Evelyn de Rothschild (owner) and his daughter Jessica.
Helen made a flying visit to the Cannes Film Festival as the guest of L’Oreal this weekend and walked the red carpet in a spectacular dress by Elie Saab.
The Lincoln Centre Film Society’s Chaplain Award was given to Helen Mirren in a gala ceremony in New York. Many friends and admirers were there to celebrate with her including Taylor, Vin Diesel, Robert De Niro, Jeremy Iron, Michael Baryshnikov and many more.
Helen was honoured to present the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize at the Design Museum London. There were 1900 entrants from all over the world and 30 finalists. The standard of entries was truly overwhelming and the winner was Jennifer Lee. The exhibition is on at the Design Museum now and well worth a visit. Simone Pheulpin and Takuro Kuwata…