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Holliday also told us about her friend Robert Pattinson. The pair have worked together on a number of projects over the years including The Bad Mother’s Handbook in 2007 and Bel Ami in 2012 in which they played lovers. ‘He’s lovely,’ she says. ‘I’ve known him since his pre-Twilight days when he was a normal person and it was still like, “ooh you’re playing Cederic Diggory (in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire)”. He’s managed to keep very level headed and normal. I don’t understand how. I can’t fathom the idea of living a life like he lives. On the set of Bel Ami in Budpest there would be hundreds of screaming girls there at 5am and they would still be cordoned off when we finished. He had to move hotels because there were so many people outside his. One day he was signing autographs on the way home from work at 6am after a night shoot. Bless him, that’s an extra level of hard.’

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These pictures are new to the site but may be old to you, however, enjoy!

These were taken by Costume Designer, Sue Thomson!

WW2 drama staring Robert Pattinson as the paralysed airman haunted by his nightmares and his relationship with his beautiful aunt played by Rachael Stirling and his charismatic shrink played by Julian Sands.

Written and Directed by Chris Durlacher

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Thank you Roboshayka for the find!

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Thank you Kate!

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Author Kate Long described the second picture as,

Here’s one you won’t have seen before: Rob Pattinson air-banjoing to George Formby.

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Don’t forget to get the follow up to The Bad Mother’s Handbook – Bad Mother’s United! Daniel Gale’s story continues!

Thank you Kate for sharing with us!

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We asked the author of, The Bad Mother’s Handbook, Kate Long, if Rob’s character Daniel Gale, was featured in her follow-up Bad Mother’s United. She responded back to us via Twitter!

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Kate Long has shared a script page on her Facebook page!

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Watching Rob on the Set as Daniel Gale:

Some fans of Robert Pattinson have been asking did I get much of a chance to meet him when he was working on the TBMH. Well I wasn’t on set much – just three days, plus I attended the read-through at ITV and the cast briefing session before filming started. I would like to have seen more, but I had teaching commitments and two small children to take care of, and the journey between Shropshire and Yorkshire proved tricky.

However, I remember watching them film the scene where Charlotte talks to Daniel about being pregnant, and they’d decided to set it outside with the actors sitting together on a garden bench. Yorkshire rain was drizzling down and Rob and Holliday were forced to shelter between takes under a big black golfing umbrella. I felt pretty sorry for them! Droplets of water beaded Rob’s velvet jacket and his glasses kept steaming up. Holliday looked frozen to death. But they carried on and did a grand job.

Towards the end of the shoot, when we were in the studio, I shared a coffee with Robert and asked him about how he’d got into drama. Although only 19, he’d already appeared in one of the Harry Potter films, and while we were shooting in Huddersfield, the BBC screened The Haunted Airman in which he played the lead role. Rob told me that he’d caught the acting bug while he was still in school, which of course was the relatively recent past for him.

But the incident I remember most is from the cast briefing, which took place in a church basement in London. This is where the actors get to quiz the writer on their characters’ motives and backgrounds. Holliday was asking about how to play Charlotte, and what elements defined her. So from the book I read a speech Daniel gives, where he’s trying to convey to Charlotte what a strong and independent person she is. He asks her if she’s ever smoked, and she says no, and goes on to give a bit of a lecture on why she hates cigarettes. She says that when she was offered her first cigarette, she coolly weighed up the pros and cons and made a decision and stuck to it. Daniel’s delighted with this response because, he claims, most people want to fit in at any cost whereas Charlotte’s always her own boss.

Anyway, shortly after I’d read this extract, the director called a break. Rob looked across at me and said, ‘Well, I’m off outside.’ He waggled his eyebrows at me. ‘For a smoke.’ It still makes me smile when I remember the dry way he said it.

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What was it like seeing your work on adapted for television?

It was fascinating to watch. They shot the outside action in Otley because the funding was coming from Screen Yorkshire – oh, the irony! It was thrilling to meet established stars like Catherine Tate and to hear them speaking lines I’d only ever heard in my own head. Of course we didn’t realise what a star-in-the-making we had among us in R-Patz; Robert Pattinson was only 20. A striking-looking young man, though. I felt very proud to have my story broadcast on a mainstream channel to an audience of millions.

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Kate posted some amusing tidbits with her pictures:

My chance to party with Rob Pattinson et al, and I did not take it. Doh.

Daniel Gale, nerdy but persistent.

Huge thank you to rubydynasty from Rob’s IMDB message board!

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