Emily Blunt takes a break from acting to spend more time with her kids as her oldest daughter turns 10 soon. 

Emily Blunt: historical range in Henry VIII (2003) and Boudica (2003) TV films.

Emily Blunt Oppenheimer solidifies her industry presence and project diversity.

2006 breakthrough: Gideon's Daughter and The Devil Wears Prada showcased Blunt's range, earning acclaim.

Golden Globe win (Supporting Actress) Gideon's Daughter; BAFTA nom (Supporting Actress) Devil Wears Prada. 

Blunt excelled in diverse films: Young Victoria, Looper, Mary Poppins.

Versatile in period, rom-coms, sci-fi, and musical genres, Blunt excels across diverse film spectrums. 

Blunt wowed critics in Sicario, The Girl on the Train, and A Quiet Place. 

SAG Award win (Supporting Actress) A Quiet Place; BAFTA nom (Actress) The Girl on the Train.