Actress Jodie Comer has said she was “touched” by a vegetable carving in her likeness submitted at the annual Lambeth Country Show.
The carving, made by Florence Creffield for the show’s vegetable sculpting competition, was made with turnips, kale, cabbage, aubergine and baby corn. View this post on Instagram
KALEING EVE ? My entry for the @lambethcountryshow vegetable sculpture competition. Villanelle in her @mollygoddard kale dress. Please vote for me by liking the picture on their Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/p/B0Ixt9znfHH/?igshid=9kg55cn7s0cx Her head is a turnip with swede skin hair, her dress is kale and cabbage, boots are baby aubergine and baby corn, eyes and eyebrows are potato skin and tomato skin lips ?
A post shared by Florence Creffield (@florencecreffield) on Jul 20, 2019 at 8:46am PDT
The competition, hosted by the Lambeth Horticultural Society, featured celebrity-inspired carvings including Megan Rapinoebergine (Megan Rapinoe) and Melon Brando (Marlon Brando).
Posting a photo of her Killing Eve-inspired carving, entitled “Kaleing Eve”, Ms Creffield said: “My entry for the Lambeth Country Show vegetable sculpture competition. Villanelle in her Molly Goddard kale dress.
“Her head is a turnip with swede skin hair, her dress is kale and cabbage, boots are baby aubergine and baby corn, eyes and eyebrows are potato skin and tomato skin lips.”
After an image of the carving was posted to Twitter by a journalist, Jodie Comer herself, who stars in Killing Eve as Russian assassin Villanelle, said she was “touched” by the effort.
The winner of the competition is yet to be announced, and is being decided by fans based on how many likes each entry receives on the show’s Instagram page.