The Sound of Music: Debbie Turner shows off custom face masks inspired by iconic scene

The Sound of Music is a musical hit which has remained a family favourite since it was released more than 50 years ago. Speaking on This Morning today, Debbie Turner made a nod to an iconic scene in the 1965 classic.

Debbie replied: “It is. I don’t know if it’s exactly the same but it’s similar.”

The actor goes on to confirm she has used the designs to create a business following her role in the film.

She was asked about her business by Phillip Schofield and continued to show some of her creations.

Debbie held up a selection of face masks which were also made from the same material as the cushions.

She said: “I didn’t do a whole lot after that. I think I just lived the life of a regular kid for the most part.”

Debbie made the television appearance just days after the death of her co-star Christopher Plummer was announced.

The much-loved actor passed away at the age of 91, a statement confirmed on Friday last week.

As well as starring in The Sound of Music, Christopher has roles in movies including The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and Knives Out.

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