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She will take her GCSEs next summer and admits to being conscientious about schoolwork. I am a bit of a geek – a geek with friends, if you know what I mean.
I am not a loner but I do work hard and, although my future is a little ambiguous, I wouldn’t rule out going to university,’ she says.
The girl who has grown up before our eyes playing Lucy Pevensie in the Narnia films (the third of which, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, is released next month) loves, in no particular order, Robert Pattinson, The X Factor, Brandon Flowers, Topshop, her best friend Emma, her cat Ruby, her Black Berry, her sisters Rachael and Laura, her mum and dad, The Inbetweeners, chocolate cake and fajitas.
On one level Georgie is surprisingly mature, but on another she is admirably normal, with her feet (today in a pair of Asos ankle boots) firmly rooted in Ilkley, Yorkshire, where she lives, rather than the glamorous surroundings of London’s Dorchester Hotel, in which we meet.
‘I take that as a compliment because she is so smart, but I don’t think I could front a Burberry campaign or anything like that.
The film was shot in Australia over a five-month period, much of which was spent on or under water.She tells me off when I need it, and sometimes I do need telling to go to my room or to do my homework.Any mother-daughter relationship involves that, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.Like Emma Watson of Harry Potter fame, Georgie Henley made her screen debut aged nine in a hugely successful children’s film – and has blossomed into a sassy, stylish young woman.As the latest Narnia adventure hits our screens, Georgie tells The list of things that 15-year-old Georgie Henley loves is both touchingly childlike and determinedly teenage.