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Woman Who Played Jude Law's Daughter In The Holiday Says 'Gross Old Men' Tell Her She's 'Still Cute'

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Woman Who Played Jude Law's Daughter In The Holiday Says 'Gross Old Men' Tell Her She's 'Still Cute'

The actor who played Jude Law’s adorable little girl in Christmas flick The Holiday says she still gets ‘gross old men’ telling her she’s cute. You can see her take on the ‘creepy’ comments about it here: 

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Miffy Englefield was just six years old when she appeared on screen as Sophie alongside Law and is now a 22-year-old with a baby of her own. Doesn’t time fly, eh?

Posting on TikTok Englefield - who posts under @miffz_ - wrote: “When gross old men say things like ‘I’m so glad you are still as cute as you were in The Holiday’ to me.

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“Relating how I looked as a child to how I look as a grown a** woman makes me all kinds of creeped out idk.”

The Holiday follows two women (played by Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz) who decide to swap homes over the festive period to help them get over their exes.

Despite the odd weird comment, Englefield has previously said it was ‘amazing’ to be a part of the movie and admitted to still watching it. 

Credit: Universal
Credit: Universal
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She told the Sun: “It was amazing being in it. 

“Every time it is on telly - and it is a lot - I crack up. It’s on Netflix now too.

“Alex [her partner] thinks it is really funny. He tells everyone. We watched it together but to be honest it makes me want to rip my eyes out. It’s so embarrassing.”

She also revealed what Law was like off-camera, adding: “Jude had so much time for us. 

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“He was always giving me tips about acting. We would sit and do tongue twisters with him between takes.

“Go back about 10 years when he was in Alfie and yes, to be honest, I probably do fancy him. 

“But no, I don’t fancy him in The Holiday - that would be really weird. He played me dad!”

She went on to say that all the stars, including Jack Black and Cameron Diaz, were ‘really really nice’.

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Englefield continued: “Everyone was so sweet, kind and down-to-earth.

Credit: TikTok/@miffyz_
Credit: TikTok/@miffyz_

“I didn’t know who Cameron and Jude were because I was six. But I did know who Jack was because my dad was really into alternative music and I liked Tenacious D.

"The first time I met him I bounded up to him and said, ‘I love your music’. He was like ‘that is ridiculous, you are six years old.’”

Featured Image Credit: @miffz_/TikTok

Topics: TV and Film, Christmas

Claire Reid
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