Emma Thompson Hosts Human Rights Charity Auction
Actress Emma Thompson turned auctioneer on Monday night to help raise $48,000 for a British human rights charity.
The Nanny McPhee star is an enthusiastic supporter of the Helen Bamber Foundation, an organization which helps rebuild the lives of survivors of human rights violations.
She was the star guest at its fundraising bash in London and headed up the evening's auction, which included an Andy Warhol painting of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
Before the sale, Thompson encouraged guests including British actress Emilia Fox to "buy something fabulous" to benefit the charity.
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