Slideshow posted in Entertainment News | Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Helena Bonham Carter received a Golden Globe nominations for Best Performance by an Actress In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for her role as Queen Elizabeth in "The King's Speech", which stars Colin Firth as a stuttering King George VI and which received the most nods - seven in total.
The actress said in a statement: "I'm very happy to get a nomination for The King's Speech on the eve of my daughter's birthday, it means I get a prezzie as well. If it reminds any producer, director, writer in the profession that I'm alive and kicking and available for work, then job well done. Thank you Hollywood Foreign Press and everyone that made me look good in .The King's Speech'".
She and director Tim Burton, who was not involved in the making of "The King's Speech", have two children - Billy Ray, 7, and Nell, who turns 3 on December 15. (Pictured: Helena Bonham Carter and Colin Firth in a scene from 'The King's Speech'.) ( Photo / See Saw Films / Weinstein Company)