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This Is What Sophie And Olivia From ‘The Holiday’ Look Like Now

This Is What Sophie And Olivia From ‘The Holiday’ Look Like Now

It's often considered the best Christmas film, but it's hard to believe that The Holiday is now 13 years old.

Though it feels like it was only yesterday, the festive film which starred Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Kate Winslet and Jack Black, actually first came out back in 2006.

And in other news that's bound to make us all feel old, the child stars who played Jude Law's daughters, Sophie and Olivia, in the film, played by Miffy Englefield and Emma Pritchard, are all grown up now.

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From singing in a band to keeping a low profile, here's what the young actresses are doing now...

After playing Sophie in the 2006 film, actress Miffy Englefield has acted in a few other dramas.

Sophie (right) and Olivia (left) with their dad Graham, played by Jude Law (Credit: Columbia Pictures)
Sophie (right) and Olivia (left) with their dad Graham, played by Jude Law (Credit: Columbia Pictures)

According to her IMDB profile, Miffy appeared in Casualty from 2008 to 2010.

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She played character Amelia, daughter of nurse Jessica Harrison and surgeon Sean Anderson.

A year after appearing in the BBC show, Miffy also appeared in short film Beautiful Enough alongside Fleabag star and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge who provided a voiceover for the short film.

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Now, according to her Instagram profile, the 20 year old is a singer in a punk band and regularly posts clips of her performances at bars across the country.

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Miffy recently shared an image that appeared in a New York Times interview, where she spoke about her time as an actress and her future plans.

She said: "It's been amazing to have a voice this year, to speak with publications first hand and have the most amazing time reminiscing and speaking about the industry and my past before it.

"Maybe one day it'll be an industry I'm involved in once more, that's the drem!"

Meanwhile, Emma Pritchard, who played Olivia in the film, hasn't acted at all since the popular film, keeping a lower profile than her co-star.

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According to a fan page on Facebook that hasn't been updated in three years, the now 18-year-old actress wears glasses, but is harder to find online than Miffy.

The former actress doesn't seem to have any social media profiles, perhaps preferring to stay out of the limelight.

So does this news make you feel old? It certainly makes us feel ancient.

Featured Image Credit: Credit: Columbia Pictures

Topics: Christmas, TV and Film

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