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Rebecca Ferguson almost got a NSFW Timothée Chalamet Valentine's Day card from her 5-year-old daughter

"This is perfect for mummy."

Rebecca Ferguson has revealed that her 5-year-old daughter recently stumbled upon a Valentine's Day card featuring her mom's Dune costar Timothée Chalamet — complete with a very naughty Willy Wonka pun.

The actress recalled the moment in a new interview with Northern Ireland's U105 radio station, explaining that the incident occurred because her husband, Rory St. Clair Gainer, resembles Chalamet.

<p>David Fisher/Shutterstock </p> 'Dune' stars Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson

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'Dune' stars Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson

"So it's Valentine's Day, right?" Ferguson recounted. "And my daughter is in a shop with my husband — I was told this today. She goes up to a card and she goes, 'This is perfect for mummy.'"

She continued, "It's a picture of Timothée, who she thought was her dad, because it looks like my husband, and it says, 'Will you Wonka my Willy?'"

"I love this," presenter Thomas Crosse replied

"But she doesn't get it," Ferguson said. "She's like, 'Oh, it's Willy Wonka! Willy Wonka, my Willy dad! Like, no."

Chalamet headlined last year's Wonka, Paul King's prequel film about the beloved chocolatier that also starred Hugh Grant as an Oompa-Loompa. And of course the internet managed to track down the NSFW Valentine's Day card in question.

Ferguson reprises her role as Lady Jessica, mother of Chalamet's Paul Atreides, in the recently released Dune: Part Two. She recently joked about the gig, pretending to drive a knife through her heart when asked how it felt to play Chalamet's mother.

"You kind of want to be an equal to that cool, sexy thing," Ferguson told journalist Josh Smith, who kindly replied, "You are."

"Thank you!" Ferguson responded, before adding, "And I think [in] the lingo nowadays, 'mother' means something else. It's like, 'You eat.'"

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