Rory Kinnear heartbreakingly shares he 'buried his sister' on day of Downing Street party
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Rory Kinnear, 43, has described the heartbreaking day he buried his sister Karina in 2020 as he condemned the Government for allegedly permitting a gathering to take place in the garden of Downing Street while the nation remained in a strict lockdown . The actor branded the Government officials’ actions “direct assaults” to his family and everyone else in the UK.
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In an insightful piece for The Guardian, Rory confessed that he and his sister had joined his mother in her garden following the funeral, despite it being against the lockdown restirctions.
However, he stressed that they believed it was “the least our grief would permit.”
Rory added that during his walk that evening, he felt “grateful” that his “community” was “taking the deaths of people such as my sister as seriously and profoundly as I was.”
He explained that his neighbours, too, felt that “we were all in it together.”