Emma Corinne won many accolades and awards for her portrayal of Princess Diana in “The Crown”, and many praised the authentic portrayal of the late British monarch. The actress recently revealed that when she took part, she had “no memories” of the Princess of Wales, which actually helped her play the role.
Corinne recalled that when she started preparing for the role, she had to start from scratch. The 25-year-old, who was barely two years old when the princess died in a car accident in Paris, said W. Magazine.“I didn’t remember it, so I think it helped me. It was an empty slate.”
The actress said she wants to make sure she brings all aspects of Diana’s life to the fore, including her struggle with her mental health. And since she was studying famous royalty for the first time, she could find a “clear connection” with her unstable childhood in search of something pleasant for her.
Corinne said it was also important that the hit Netflix original note the difference between Diana before and after her marriage to the British royal family. “We knew he was a very hot man who was attracted to people,” he explained.
He also talked about presenting Lady D’s struggle with Blemia on screen, noting that he wanted it to be “sensitive and thoughtful.” He said, “It’s about the battle to control your food that you feel. For Diana, it was a way to physically get rid of everything she had in the bottle. ۔ “
Korean co-star Josh O’Connor, who also won several awards for his portrayal of Prince Charles, joined the interview and talked about the royal couple’s complex wedding on screen and the challenges they face in Korea. ۔ The 31-year-old said, “We both spent a lot of time researching the intricacies of failed marriages. Our care for our characters and each other meant that no matter what the scene, we were totally true and true. “It simply came to our notice then.