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Today, Bonham Carter is in a long-term relationship with Tim Burton, the filmmaker, while Branagh married Lindsay Brunnock, an art director, in 2003.
Thompson managed to utilise the pain at the death of her marriage in one of her most acclaimed performances – that of Karen in Richard Curtis’s Love Actually, who suspects her husband of infidelity.
But this week Thompson has finally lifted the lid on what happened at the end of that union with charm and self-deprecation – and how she used the pain and depression she suffered to carve out an even more successful career for herself.
While two decades on, Fry still commands awe as a polymath and actor, clearly his fortune-telling skills weren’t up to much.
Within three years, Thompson and Branagh, who were at the time the golden couple of British acting and whose performances are two of the film’s star turns, had announced that they were separating. In a world of reality TV, celebrity magazines dedicated to following the most fleeting of unions, Twitter break-ups and make-ups, it’s hard to think back 18 years, and to the relative silence that accompanied the Branagh-Thompson split.
Their circle would dominate British acting in the late Eighties and Nineties.
Two years after meeting, they married in a lavish £30,000 ceremony at Cliveden with Brian Blessed as best man and Judi Dench, Ben Elton and Richard Briers among the guests.