Emily Blunt is on the cover of Vogue as Mary Poppins and it is practically perfect in every way
Fans are LOVING it.
Emily Blunt is on the cover of the December issue of American Vogue - dressed as none other than Mary Poppins.
The Devil Wears Prada actress is taking on the iconic role in Mary Poppins Returns, which is due to hit cinemas in Ireland this December.
The cover photo, which was photographed by Annie Leibovitz, shows Blunt in an all-red Dior ensemble: a fitted blazer and a full tulle skirt.
And, of course, an open umbrella by London Undercover and Poppins' beloved hat.
The photoshoot was accompanied by an in-depth interview, in which the actress spoke about her upcoming role as the beloved nanny.
In the interview, Blunt spoke about how she reckons Mary Poppins is "a superhero."
“You could say she’s some sort of angel. She recognizes what people need, and she gives it to them, yet they discover something about themselves in the process.
"I don’t think she concerns herself with what she is. There’s nobody else like her—which she quite likes.”
She also admitted the the did not re-watch the classic film before filming began - as she didn't want it to put her off the role.
“I knew that if I watched Julie Andrews’s version, maybe I would take the edge off of what my instincts were telling me to do.
“Also, I didn’t want to be completely intimidated by the brilliance of her voice.”