Claire Foy is “not an enormous fan” of the Queen’s outfits she’ll be carrying in the second season of Netflix’s hit collection The Crown.
The new episodes – which star Foy and Matt Smith as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip – will choose up the place the first collection left off, in the mid-1950s, and span seven or eight years.
“I beloved carrying 1950s skirts, however I’m not an enormous fan of the Queen’s selection of wardrobe,” Foy revealed to Entertainment Weekly, “I believe when she was youthful she didn’t must have the uniform, she was extra free.
“However as she will get older in the second season, she turns into far more like, “This is what I put on for work.” You begin to see the formation of the Queen as she appears now — the hair and the whole lot."
No offence, Liz.
Foy has simply acquired an Emmy nomination for portrayal of the Queen in The Crown, however she and Smith will each depart the present following this collection, because it strikes into the latter phases of the Queen’s life.
A disgrace, as a result of the Queen's outfits get a lot more interesting.
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The Crown season two is more likely to cowl the fallout of the Kennedy assassination, in addition to claims surrounding Prince Phillip's alleged affairs.
Foy mentioned that season two will take a "very totally different" course in contrast with the first run: "the time period is transferring on, so it does really feel very totally different."
She additionally hinted that extra troubles have been in retailer for the Queen and Prince Phillip, saying that followers who're hoping for a 'fortunately ever after' shall be disillusioned.
"That’s all you need, for them to work issues out, but it surely solely will get worse in the second collection. It’s like, bloody hell, it’s simply terrible!" she mentioned.