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2023 Mar 27

Lucy for S/ Magazine

Lucy for S/ Magazine

Lucy is the cover star of S/ magazine’s spring issue! Take a look at the photos below.

Meet Our Spring Cover Star: Lucy Boynton

Before we even start our interview, Lucy Boynton is apologizing. Not only is she sorry for delaying our chat by one day, but also for taking an urgent (and very short) personal call midway through. Both interruptions are so minor that they don’t even make a blip in the day-to-day rescheduling customary to modern life, but the kindness and genuine consideration emanating from across the pond stops me in my tracks. The fact that Boynton is so lovely in real life makes her frequent portrayals of ice queens all the more dazzling. They couldn’t be further from Boynton’s real-life character.

2023 Mar 21

Lucy for Grazia Magazine

Lucy for Grazia Magazine

Lucy Boynton Reigns Supreme in Her Latest Role

The actress has big shoes to fill playing Marie Antoinette in her new film, ‘Chevalier,’ but the skilled star is more than prepared for the task

Whether you’re a fan of Lucy Boynton from her appearances in projects like Bohemian Rhapsody and Ryan Murphy’s The Politician or have photos of her avant-garde red carpet beauty looks saved on Pinterest boards, the actress has a certain way of standing out — no matter which stars surround her. She’s steadily worked since her first role at the age of 12 in the 2006 film Miss Potter, and yet, she’s managed to stay out of the headlines and have attention focused solely on one thing: her work.

So who is the real Lucy Boynton? While she says she thinks of show business as her “job” rather than her “entire identity,” the schedule of an actor means a typical day doesn’t really exist. “Because of this job, it gets you into a strange momentum,” Boynton, 29, tells GRAZIA USA. Currently, for instance, she’s in a “really odd jetlag space” and waking up at 3:00 a.m. “I’ll sit up and read in bed or watch something,” the star says. “Being up at an hour where very few other people are awake has been so cathartic and peaceful and it feels like I’m getting a jump start on my day, but privately, and so that has been a really lovely habit to get into.”

Time off for Boynton includes taking trips home to her native London and catching up on all the things she’s missed while on set. She also values hanging out with friends and family and creating “some semblance of a routine and integrating myself back into my life.” She may even pop by an art class. “I really, really love pottery painting, especially those evenings where you can bring a bottle of wine,” she shares. “I have an embarrassment of a collection of painted bowls and mugs, but it’s so cathartic and fun.”
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2023 Mar 17

Lucy for Marie Claire Greece

2023 Jan 24

Lucy attends Chanel Show

2023 Jan 12

Harper’s Bazaar UK

Harper’s Bazaar UK

Shining Light: Lucy Boynton

The quietly brilliant actress and fashion favourite who takes success in her stride

The morning after Miss Potter premiered in 2006, introducing a 12-year-old Lucy Boynton as the young Beatrix Potter, The Telegraph published a piece by her mother, the writer Adriaane Pielou, with the headline ‘My Lucy, the film star’. To this day, Boynton has never read the story.

It’s a telling anecdote about a performer who, 17 years on from her professional debut, still feels uneasy about the term ‘star’, despite a string of high-profile roles on both the big and the small screens, including as Freddie Mercury’s partner Mary Austin in Bohemian Rhapsody, the undercover agent Jean Courtney in The Ipcress File and the ruthless Astrid Sloan in Netflix’s hit show The Politician. “You wouldn’t think I’m the actress in the family,” she says. “As a child, I remember being really shy and uncomfortable, and in the shadow of my older sister [Emma-Louise Boynton, who now hosts the podcast Sex Talks]. But I think acting gave me access to change myself somehow… It unlocked the idea that I could be different.”