Millie Bobby Brown celebrating the release of her new movie Enola Holmes on Netflix is probably the cutest thing you’ll see all day.
Fans have been eagerly waiting for Enola Holmes to drop on the streaming platform and Millie was more than ready for its release, as she tuned in to watch herself back on screen – all while from the comfort of her own sofa and wrapped up in her dressing gown.
She had been urging fans to follow suit and seemingly getting the message, Millie’s grandparents cutely FaceTimed her to let her know they were watching too.
Millie took a screenshot of the adorable video call and her grandparents couldn’t have looked prouder, as she told fans: ‘Nanny and granddad are calling to say they are watching.’
No, you’re crying.
Seeing the response to the movie had even Millie coming over all emotional, as she reached out to fans and shared her love for Enola Holmes and the message it shares.
She wrote: ‘I’m getting so emotional, but I hope you all enjoy this film and the message behind it. I love you all so much and I’m so grateful I get to play characters like this. Love you Enola.’
Millie revealed on Instagram that she has known about the movie for the last ‘3 or 4 years’ and was forced to keep it under wraps.
She explained that working on the movie helped her to ‘find herself’, as she explained: ‘Enola Holmes, woah woah woah. I can’t believe i am even allowed to say her name because for the last 3 or 4 years I’ve kept all of this so quiet.
‘Nancy Springer wrote a book series about a young girl finding herself in a chaotic world around her. I wanted to bring this story to life because I felt like I was also finding myself in a chaotic world. this film helped me find myself and gave me inspiration to never be afraid to join conversations about my future. OUR future. because of my age or gender.’
Millie told fans: ‘Enola tells her story the way SHE wants to and that empowering narrative will forever hold a special place in my heart. and my hope is it will live in yours too. Love ALONE ;).’
The teen stars in Enola Holmes alongside a stellar cast, including the likes of Sam Claflin, Henry Cavill and Helena Bonham Carter.
It’s based on the book series of the same name penned by Nancy Springer and set in England in 1884.
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