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Jacqui And Colin Hawkins daughter stars in Mike Leigh film...

Hawkins had "quite a magical childhood": her parents, Jacqui and Colin, write and illustrate children's books, and Sally and her older brother were immersed in their irreverent world of fairy-tales, pirates and witches. "They were always drawing, and it was incredibly creative to be around that," says Hawkins. "I was encouraged to draw and paint and express myself and create things. And I wasn't pushed academically; I could just be what I wanted to be. My parents have a strong work ethic, but their attitude to life, their philosophy, is: whatever makes you happy."


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