THE Crown’s Emma Corrin has claimed she pities the Royal Family and and would “run a mile” if invited to join them.
The actress who is set to play Princess Diana in series four, says the family are in what she describes as an “impossible situation.”
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The Crown’s Emma Corrin says she pities the Royal Family[/caption]
She spoke to the Radio Times about her new role on The Crown and her thoughts on the Royal Family.
“I’d run a mile if anyone in the Royal Family asked me to marry them!
“I’m indifferent to the royal family really, but I do feel sorry for them. We know what happened to Diana. It’s an impossible situation.”
Perhaps the 24-year-old was destined to play the popular Princess, as she recalled a running joke at her school that her mother was Diana.
Emma will play Princess Diana in the series of The Crown[/caption]
The Crown season four will focused on the 1980s[/caption]
She commented on her admiration for the former Princess of Wales, adding: “So I grew up incredibly fond of this woman, as were most of the British public.
“My mum was very affected by the tragedy of someone who was so generous with their love being taken so suddenly and unfairly.”
She added: “Diana had been raised in a very aristocratic family and she knew the rules of the game, she knew exactly what she was doing at Balmoral when she was flirting with Philip…
“She knew she was there to impress. She had this shyness to her that I think was authentic, but she was also naturally charming and she knew it.”
Emma then boldly claimed: “I wouldn’t go so far as to say she was manipulative, but almost.”
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