Si seulement, il n'y avait pas eu ' Gone Girl' avec la même Rosamund Pike dont les yeux me donnent des frissons d'effroi.
Never before seen archive pictures of Syrie Barnardo and the Barkingside Girls’ Village will also be available.
‘Sweet Syrie’ was created by specialist rose grower Harkness to raise vital funds for the charity, and honour the work of the founder of Barnardo’s wife, Syrie Barnardo.
Syrie worked alongside Thomas Barnardo, helping London’s destitute children, and continued to support the charity after her husband died.
She played a crucial role making sure the charity cared for girls as well as boys.
With Syrie’s help, Thomas Barnardo was able to open the first home for girls.
 Calling the rose ‘Sweet Syrie’ is meaningful, as Syrie means to “bring love and a new start in life” and its long-lasting flowers have a gorgeous perfume.
Barnardo’s Ambassador, Rosamund Pike, says: A new rose - fragile, hopeful and looking for an enduring place in the world, much like many of the children Barnardo's helps.
Milo and Isla are here with me today to wish The Harkness Sweet Syrie the best possible start in life.
For 150 years, Barnardo's has been there to support the UK's most vulnerable children and help them thrive.
Sara "Syrie" Barnardo played a vital role in making sure its work reached girls as well as boys."We are delighted Rosamund is paying tribute to Syrie Barnardo’s philanthropic work.
Syrie and Thomas sowed seeds that grew into the charity Barnardo’s is today.