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Emily Cooper, the titular character of Netflix Emily in Paris, confused me from the start. The woman is clearly accomplished and very good at her job. Her US office sent her to Paris to improve the French office’s presence on social media, and when her coworkers let her do her job, she kills him (although I want to have words with the Netflix writers about some of Emily’s campaign slogans).
But when it comes to her personal life, Emily reminds me a lot of who I was in college, at 21, and studying abroad for the first time. Hope my conversations were a little less awkward than some of them. I don’t know, maybe don’t say “I know this beach –Save Private Ryan, no? “when someone says they are Norman.
This above reason could be why, when British Vogue asked Collins Emily’s age, she guessed 22.
“I don’t think we’ve ever given her a specific ‘number’ for her age, but I believe she just graduated from college,” the 31-year-old said. British Vogue. “Maybe this is her first year after graduation. I mean she’s 22.”
But Emily constantly brings up the fact that she has a master’s degree, so fans were confused that she might be 22, the age most people are when they get a bachelor’s degree. When she had that comeback, Collins pivoted.
On Friday, she posted the following on her Instagram Story: “Emily looks at me when I’m the wrong age. Sorry girl.”
Lucas Bravo, who plays Emily’s neighbor and crush, Gabriel, told E! that he had his own theory on the question of age: “I would say she’s probably 24 years old. Something happens after 26 years where women are starting to explore … in terms of personality. I feel like she’s still very strong-willed and she has certainties, but yeah I would say [that she is] around 24. “
Considering that at age 24, I landed my first job on benefits, but still hadn’t learned the consequences of mixing alcohol, this estimate seems fair. Hang in there, Emily.
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