Helena Bonham-Carter has the spirit of the late British princess Margaret, will be asked for permission to have its role to play in the Netflix series, The Crown.
“She was very happy and relieved to hear that I was the one who would go out and play,” says Bonham-Carter, in an interview, in the context of the Cheltenham-literature festival, writes The Guardian.
The 53-year-old Bonham-Carter played in the 2002, the death of the princess, ever since the first season of the series. The role has been provided by Vanessa Kirby, is played. When she came into the picture as a successor to Kirby, and wanted to Bonham-Carter to know for sure is that the dead princess had no trouble with it at all.
“That’s why I asked her the question:” do you Think it’s ok if I play?’ And she said, ” You’re better than any other actress.'” According to Bonham-Carter, made available to any other actor’s chance at the role. Whoever they were, wanted to get the producers not to tell her.
According to Bonham-Carter, it was the perceived message of the voice from beyond the grave is typical for those of princess Margaret, was made. “They had the talent to be a compliment, and at the same time, go to the bottom to pick it up. She added that there will also have to add that I was smoking from under the knee, and had to get it. Margaret used a very specific rookstijl.”
The actress said in an older interview with Vanity Fair that the princess had ever met, when it was still alive. “My uncle was good friends with her. The encounter was scary. She said to me, ” You’re better at what you do, isn’t it?” Better at what? That’s what I was after.”