Dame Helen Mirren and Jim Broadbent attend ‘The Duke’ premiere at the National Gallery

In 1961, a 60-year-old Taxi driver, stole a portrait of the Duke Of Wellington from the National Gallery.

Now in 2022, the cinematic retelling of the true story saw the stars of the movie return to the scene of the crime for the premiere.

Starring Jim Broadbent as Kempton Bunton, and Dame Helen Mirren as his wife, Dorothy Bunton, Alicia went down to the gallery last night to chat with the stars.

‘The Duke’ is in cinemas from 25 February.

Tanya Francis 9th February 2022

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