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Maddie Eden is faarbe new face

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Coming from an illustrious family, stunner Maddie Eden is no ordinary gal. Her great, great, great grandfather George Eden, the 1st Earl of Auckland was the first governor general of India and great, great grandfather Anthony Eden was the prime minister of UK. The young lass’s family was also responsible for the building of Eden Stadium in Calcutta in memory of her aunt, Emily Eden, a famous novelist and poet in India. Having said that, the dynamic lady is all set to make her own mark.

We caught hold of Maddie when she came to India for a visit. Her love for the country started way back when she was a kid. “When I was 10, I went to boarding school in Tamil Nadu and fell in love with India. When I finished school, I went travelling around the world for a year but knew India was the place for me. In 2012, I joined Whistling Woods to learn acting,” she croons. Love has her coming back to the country too. She says, “I found myself my perfect Indian Prince, who is also a brilliant writer and director. I hope to settle down in this country and one day start a family here.”

The aspiring actress has also set her eyes on Bollywood. She mentions, “Indian Cinema most definitely has a calling. The western world knows Bollywood for it colour, singing and dancing but I just love the pure drama of it all.” She further adds, “It fascinates me, I would love to do a role like Katrina Kaif in Dhoom 3, her dancing was mesmerising.”

We dig deeper into the talented lady’s personality and this is what she had to say, “My passions in life and reading, paintmaddie LRing, swimming.” When it comes to sense of style, Maddie has a quirky one and does not believe in following any genre. “I love jeans and a casual t-shirt. But equally love dressing up. I love applying my bright red lipstick and putting on my favourite black heels. She shares, “Sometimes I realise it might be too loud for the streets of Mumbai, like my blue dress that is covered in yellow pineapples. I wear clothes that please me, not for other people’s approval.”

Among other alluring things, is the humbling attitude of Maddie. She confides, “My motto is ‘I can do better’, I never want to be in a position where I feel like I’ve done or achieved everything, life is about constant struggle and constant striving to do and be better.”

We wish her all the best and certainly hope to see her acting and dancing in Bollywood!

Fashion Editor with LSF Magazine

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