Character Study: Teddy in How to Marry a Werewolf (Special Extras)

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So one of my favorite things to happen in How to Marry a Werewolf was not only the way the relationship between Faith & Channing progressed, but also the relationship between Faith & Teddy (Faith’s cousin).

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This images above is totally the wrong time period (about 5 years too late) but I think of Faith and Teddy when I see it. Faith is the lower down one. It’s like they put on fancy dress and are pretending to be all serious and stuff.

So here’s a bit on Teddy in particular…

British actress Lily Hanbury

It’s that cheeky smile. The Teddy in my head always has a cheeky smile. If you look up more pictures of this actress that’s basically how I picture Teddy all the time.

I’ve saved a number Teddy’s Pinterest board!

Here’s a typical Teddy outfit. I put her in a lot of oranges and browns and stripes but I also see her in dots and spots and other patterns. Her dresses are always a bit more frantic and busy than Faith’s.

And here’s Teddy in a sexy outfit for her nervous beau. Poor man.

To see more check out Teddy’s Pinterest board!

Read more about Teddy, her crazy family, and her awesome loyalty in How to Marry a Werewolf (In 10 Easy Steps).

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