All adaptions saw the return of the four original actors who portrayed the Pevensie children: William Moseley, Anna Popplewell, Skander Keynes, and the youngest, Georgie Henley.But after almost 11 years since the first film, the children we were first introduced to fleeing from war torn London have all grown up!As the latest Narnia adventure hits our screens, Georgie tells The list of things that 15-year-old Georgie Henley loves is both touchingly childlike and determinedly teenage.The girl who has grown up before our eyes playing Lucy Pevensie in the Narnia films (the third of which, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, is released next month) loves, in no particular order, Robert Pattinson, The X Factor, Brandon Flowers, Topshop, her best friend Emma, her cat Ruby, her Black Berry, her sisters Rachael and Laura, her mum and dad, The Inbetweeners, chocolate cake and fajitas.And while we know how adorable the Pevensie children were back then, we were curious what they’re up to now! The release of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe marked the first time that C. Lewis's timeless children's novels had ever been brought to life on the big screen.Is she wants all my time, I met more than early sexual.
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Anna Popplewell played Susan Pevensie for all of the Narnia films, though her role in Voyage of the Dawn Treader was more of a cameo.
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Take a look at what they look like now, and what they have been up to after their journeys to Narnia: Age then: 10Age now: 21What has she been up to?
After finishing her role as Lucy Pevensie in all three films, Georgie Henley continued to act, recently appearing alongside Abigail Breslin in Perfect Sisters, and also starring in The Sisterhood of Night. Instead Keynes has persued academics, going on to study Arabic and Middle Eastern History at Cambridge University, graduating in 2014.