Rosamund Pike buries her awards in her back garden as a end result of she feels awkward about having them on cowl in her condominium.
The Long past Lady big name, who nowadays took home her first Golden Globe, with her winning Finest Actress in a Motion Record – Musical or Comedy for playing Marla Grayson in I Care a Lot, has insisted no one will find any accolade on a shelf in her home – and even in the lavatory, where many stars cowl an Oscar or a Grammy.
“I factual find it an uneasy thing to cowl any award in your space as a end result of how attain folks interact with them when they come home?” Rosamund shared during an look on The Ellen DeGeneres Present off. “Dwell they are saying, ‘Oh, wow… those are your awards?’
“I think it is awkward so I bury it in the garden with a diminutive bit bit showing up, so that which you have to well maintain an enticing gaze of a hand or the globe perchance.”
And the British actress rather likes the premise of the long term owner of her condominium digging up awards during renovation work.
“In the long term, as soon as I’m lifeless and gone – or when anyone else buys the home – they’re going to be landscaping and they’re going to hit metallic and they’re going to think they discovered buried adore and they’re going to maintain in reality discovered a bunch of awards,” she acknowledged. “(They’ll) potentially centuries forward and they could well well now not even maintain them (award shows) anymore, so that they’re going to be relics.”