Fans of The Crown are eagerly awaiting the release of Series Four, which will be available on Netflix from Sunday.
And in a new interview, 28-year-old Erin Doherty transformed into Princess Anne as she spoke about how playing royal gave her the courage to be honest, when she previously focused on ‘not wanting to disturb people. “.
While on the cover of Town & Country magazine, the actress also admitted that leaving behind her iconic role in The Crown “was a bit like mourning someone at the end”, as it detailed the impact of the princess. Anne on her life.
Impact: In a new interview with Town & Country magazine, The Crown star Erin Doherty transformed into Princess Anne as she praised the royal for giving her the courage to be honest.
Erin looked breathtakingly dressed in eye-catching vintage outfits for the majestic photoshoot.
Asked what Princess Anne’s game has taught her, Erin said, “I hope it’s a commitment to be honest. Maybe not brutally, but just knowing that honesty is the best way to go.
“I don’t care if I don’t want to disturb people, to try to make them happy. Now I think they’re probably better at knowing how I really feel, and we’ll have a better relationship in the future. I believe it came from Anne.
‘I hear myself saying things and I’m like’ Oh no! ‘But it’s better for that in the end, and I never would have had the courage to do that. She gave me a form of bravery.
Stunning: Erin looked breathtaking dressed in eye-catching vintage outfits for the majestic photoshoot and spoke candidly about Princess Anne’s impact on her life
Grateful: “She gave me a form of bravery,” said Erin (pictured left: Princess Anne in Balmoral, Scotland in 1983; pictured right: Erin as Princess Anne in the crown)
Leaving the role of Princess Anne, Erin explained, “I really thought about this woman for hours and probably months.
“Months, months and months of contemplating their state of mind, so it’s a bit like crying someone at the end.
Candid: While on the cover of Town & Country magazine, Erin also admitted that leaving behind her iconic role in The Crown “is kind of like crying someone at the end”
Speaking about the hardships of working in the entertainment industry, the British star frankly admitted that the criticism “turns you against yourself” and hailed therapy as something everyone should turn to.
Eric said: “People easily comment on your work and what you do, and it makes you very aware of that harsh judgment – it kind of turns you against yourself. “
The actress was excited about the therapy, insisting, “Everyone should go and do it. It’s so amazing.
“It’s like going to the gym for your brain. I never leave a session without tears.
Erin, who grew up playing soccer for her local club, the Crawley Wasps, spoke about how quitting the sport to pursue her career is why she is “so devoted” to the actress.
She said: “We looked pretty awesome, in yellow and black. We would win 10-0 – we were that team. I loved it! I think that’s why I’m so devoted to it [acting] now, because I’m like, well, I made a choice, and I stand by it.
“I have very black and white ideas about things. I am or I am not. It’s a love for it – if I could swim in it I would, if I could swim in it, I would.
The fourth series of The Crown is available on Netflix from November 15th.
Not long to wait! The Crown series four will be available on Netflix from Sunday (pictured left: Erin as Princess Anne in season 3; pictured right: Princess Anne in London in 1983)