Keeley Hawes Was in Shock Working With Joanna Lumley | This Morning

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Keeley Hawes stars in ITV’s latest drama ‘Finding Alice’. After the sudden passing of husband Harry, Alice goes in search of life after death, but quickly discovers the storm of secrets and lies left by her seemingly perfect partner. Keeley chats to us about starring alongside Joanna Lumley, her dark sense of humour, and teaming up with Hugh Bonneville for her latest project.

Broadcast on 13/01/21

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