Margot was born on 16 February 1926 in Frankfurt, Germany - the first child of Edith and Otto.
The Frank family moved to Holland in 1933 and Margot attended school in Amsterdam. Her school friend Jetteke Frijda remembers Margot as a modest and kind girl, who didn't talk about herself or her life in Germany much.
On 5 July 1942, Margot received call-up papers for a labour camp in Germany. The next day, her parents took the family into hiding in to the Secret Annex above Otto's office which they had prepared.
Margot remained very quiet and withdrawn in the annex, she spent a great deal of time on her studies, in the hope that when she returned to school she wouldn't be behind.
When the annex was discovered and the family were arrested on 4 August 1944, Margot was sent with the others to Westerbork transit camp and then to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
She survived the initial selection for the gas chamber, but the following month, Margot and Anne were transferred to Bergen Belsen concentration camp. Margot died of typhus in the camp in March 1945, just a few weeks before it was liberated by Allied troops.
Felicity Jones was born in 1984 in Birmingham. She studied English at Wadham College in Oxford, where she began acting. Felicity has appeared in Doctor Who, Northanger Abbey, Brideshead Revisited and Cape Wrath. She is currently filming The Tempest.
Felicity has also worked on stage, earning a nomination for Best Newcomer for the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for her role as Laurel in The Chalk Garden.
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