Emily Blunt was reportedly a troublesome kid and was more of a boy than a girl. The actress told Company magazine that she was a tomboy when she was young and would even throw tantrums when she was asked to wear pink clothes by her parents.
Blunt said, “I never dreamed of being a princess when I was a child – I wanted to be on the soccer team. I wasn’t into Barbie dolls and swore I’d never, ever wear pink. I’d throw tantrums if my mum put me in pink clothes. Not a girlie girl at all.”
The actress, who is famous for her role in “The Devil wears Prada”. said that her tomboyish nature has helped her to manage people on the sets of the male dominated movies in Hollywood. She said, “I like being one of the boys. It usually ends up being the case anyway because there’s often one female part to every five male parts on a film set. When you’re outnumbered you have to be willing to accept that there might be crass humour going around, but you get used to it.”