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‘There comes a point where you’ve got everything you want – career, love, family – but you’ve ignored yourself. ‘For the first time, I finally understand the concept of self-love and self-care,’ she says. So we're going to start dressing to match our mood and that means finally packing away the gloomy greys and boring blacks and embracing pretty pastels instead.In fact we're going to go all the way and add some vibrant yellow to our wardrobes.Freida says, ‘The show is about how far we’ll go for our beliefs, and how the line between activism and radicalism can be crossed.’She says this is the kind of ‘meaty role’ every actress wants, rather than the ‘pretty love interest’ they’re often offered.It’s a long way from the period immediately after Slumdog, when overnight stardom had drawbacks. ’ She was terrified that she wouldn’t be allowed to make mistakes, and became paranoid. Should she sign up for the first blockbuster going?
It’s the brainchild of John Ridley, who wrote 12 Years A Slave, and stars Idris Elba as Kent, a fellow activist with a more pacifist approach.In yellow lace on top of sheer tulle it manages to cover off sexy and feminine in one go so why not steal her style with one of the citrus brights in our edit below?Splash some serious cash on Alessandra Rich at Farfetch or there's a sale bargain at Asos by Jarlo that'll give you Freida's look on a budget.Whichever you choose you'll be bringing the sunshine with you whatever the weather.Not that she’s dismissing the relationship that was kindled when the pair – both unknowns – became overnight stars thanks to Slumdog, which was a box office smash in 2008. But I ended up being single when I started thinking about these other things.’ They’re still great friends, she insists.