|Date of Birth||September 21, 2002|
|Origin||Wandsworth, London, UK|
Blake-Thomas was born in Wandsworth, London on 21 September 2002, the daughter of Charlie and Elizabeth Blake-Thomas.
Blake-Thomas' first role was at the age of five, when she was selected to present the CBeebies television program Green Balloon Club. This ran for one series between 2008 and 2009. Later in 2009, she had a minor role in the biographical television film Enid, playing a girl who attends a tea party. In 2010, she was cast in an adaptation of the Just William series of books, playing Violet-Elizabeth Bott. Blake-Thomas had another minor role as 'Izzie', in the 2011 film Johnny English Reborn. Her first lead role was in the 2011 little known, independent film Little Glory as Julie, alongside Cameron Bright. In December 2012, Blake-Thomas played the part of Annabelle Crumb in the BBC Christmas adaptation of the David Walliams book Mr Stink.
Blake-Thomas divides her time between London and Los Angeles and lives with her parents Charlie and Elizabeth. She is an ambassador for the Youth Food Movement because "[she wants] children to be healthy, so if they want to do anything they have lots of energy, and to teach them what healthy foods are."