'The Crown': Peter Morgan Reveals Details About Season 2

English actress Foy has received praises for her performance of Queen Elizabeth II in Season 1 of the show.

"I wore a fat suit, and that did the whole job for me". She plays the man's wife, Diana.

The 32-year-old admitted that she found filming the scene hard and said: "I had to have a bit of a word with myself, because I was feeling very emotional about the whole thing whereas Anne, by all accounts, really kept it all together".

"I really wouldn't be here if it wasn't for some extraordinary women, one is Queen Elizabeth II", she told the audience upon collecting her award for best actress. Her Lady Macbeth opposite James McAvoy (pictured above by Johan Persson) at the Trafalgar Studios took her by surprise. She had never done Shakespeare. Morgan said that as the show goes through the years, the actors will have to be re-cast to accurately reflect the appearances of the characters as they grow older. Fearing it was a cliché, she has always avoided "Out, damned spot" as an audition piece.

He dedicated his award to his wife film-maker Sam Taylor-Johnson, 49, describing her as his soulmate and thanking her for "putting up with me".

"I think enough people in the palace have watched it to reassure the family that were not doing a hack job, and that we are deeply respectful, but we are exploring issues of the family and their relationships both with internally to that family and their relationship to the government of the day".

In 2015 Foy took on the role of Anne Boleyn in a BBC adaptation of Wolf Hall.

Born in 1984, her early childhood was spent in Lancashire, but her parents moved south to Buckinghamshire when she was seven. I'm gone. They're getting rid of all of us. For Donald Glover, it is an ideal start to the year especially as 2017 will mark the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming then filming the spin-off Han Solo in which he plays Lando Calrissian.

"Claire is not a diva - she is extremely bubbly, full of life and energy and when she was here she was one of the gang". "We didn't think anybody was going to like this show, so we appreciate it".

Little Dorrit (2008). "Dickens did just see her as homely, angelic and giving. That made her believable in my head".