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Archive for the ‘Causes / Charity’ Category
Nicole   /   February 23, 2018   /   0 Comments

Back on Monday night (February 19) Gemma attended the ‘Choose Love’ Fundraiser, held in aid of Help Refugees at the Fortune Theatre in London. To know more about this charity, you can visit their site

Photos from the charity event have now been added to the gallery!

– Public Events > Events from 2018 > February 19: Choose Love Fundraiser
Nicole   /   December 06, 2017   /   0 Comments

Gemma, yesterday – December 5th – has been seen taking part of the annual ICAP charity day at ICAP in London, together with some other celebrities.

Some photos of her during the event have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them out! She’s a ray of sunshine!

– Public Events > Events from 2017 > December 05: Annual ICAP Charity Day
Nicole   /   November 29, 2017   /   0 Comments

Last night (November 28) Gemma attended the Claridge’s Christmas Tree Party 2017, designed by Karl Lagerfeld. Following she was spotted at the Lady Garden Gala in aid of Silent No More Gynaecological Cancer Fund and Cancer Research UK at Claridge’s Hotel in London.

She looked gorgeous in a very festive dress! Several photos from both events have now been added to the gallery (thanks to Marvelous Margot for most of them!) be sure to check them out :)

Nicole   /   March 17, 2017   /   0 Comments

Back on Wednesday, March 15th, Gemma attended the Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards at the London Palladium. She looked pretty (even though I’m not much fan of the dress itself!) in a Michael Kors dress and Jimmy Choo shoes.

Several photos of her during the red carpet and the ceremony have now been added to the gallery, be sure to check them and follow the site twitter @GArtertonOnline :)

– Public Events > Events from 2017 > March 15: The Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards
– Public Events > Events from 2017 > March 15: The Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards – Inside & Ceremony
Nicole   /   March 20, 2016   /   0 Comments

METRO.CO.UKSport Relief 2016 had no shortage of highlights – but it was the return of legendary sitcom character Frank Spencer which had everybody talking.

The character – played by Michael Crawford in the series Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em – returned for a sketch which saw him rudely interrupt Sir Bradley Wiggins’ attempts to break a record at the Lee Valley Velo-Park.

Cue plenty of frenetic physical comedy that fans of the original series will be all too familiar with – not to mention the return of Michele Dotrice as wife Betty and Gemma Arterton as their now grown-up daughter Jessica (who speaks exactly like her hapless dad). (source)

A couple of stills from the sketch have now been added to the gallery, enjoy! :)

Nicole   /   March 09, 2015   /   0 Comments

MIRROR.CO.UK – Actress Gemma Arterton and singers Paloma Faith and Annie Lennox urged women to vote as they joined two of the Pankhurst Suffragette family and the Mirror’s #NoVoteNoVoice bus on the Walk In Her Shoes march.

Annie Lennox told thousands of women at London’s Tower Bridge: “You’re potential change-makers. You have so many more rights than so many women.”

She was joined by Radio One’s Gemma Cairney, broadcaster Sandi Toksvig, politicians from across the political divide and human rights campaigners, who came together as “21st Century Suffragettes” to mark International Women’s Day.

Speaking to the Mirror, Paloma Faith said that women “fought long and hard for us to have a voice”.

She added: “Being here with the descendants of suffragettes and hearing what their families fought for – it sounds a bit cheap to say I didn’t vote because nobody really appeals to me.”

Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney said she understood why young people fel so disengaged from politics. “But I want to say: use your vote, use your voice. Don’t let others speak for you.”

The march was led by Helen Pankhurst – great-granddaughter of Emmeline and granddaughter of Sylvia – and her daughter Laura, 19.

Walk In her Shoes wants people to pledge 10,000 steps a day for a week to show support for women around the world who regularly trudge miles for water.


– Public Events > CARE International: Walk in Her Shoes

Nicole   /   March 06, 2015   /   0 Comments