‘The Crown’ star Emma Corrin says they think Princess Diana was ‘queer’ in ‘many ways’


By Becca Longmire.

Emma Corrin says they think Princess Diana was « so weird » in « so many ways ».

The actress played the late Princess of Wales in season 4 of « The Crown. »

In a new interview with The Sunday TimesCorrin talked about their decision to use the they/them pronouns, as well as how they thought Diana was the “other” in her family, the Daily mail reported.

Corrin also pointed out that Diana has always embraced « outsiders. »

Elsewhere during the candid chat, Corrin spoke about identifying as non-binary, telling the newspaper, « I don’t know where my exploration of gender is going to go and I don’t really want to think about it, I just know that I feel more comfortable with myself than I have in a long time.

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The star admitted they were « very, very lucky » because their mum and dad had been very supportive of their gender identity.

Corrin once said vogue on gender fluidity and non-binary coming out to parents: “In my mind, gender just isn’t fixed and I don’t know if it ever will be; there could always be some fluidity there for me.

« I feel a lot more seen when people call me ‘they’, but my closest friends, they’ll call me ‘her’, and I don’t mind, because I know they know me. »

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They added, « I started dating a girl and told my mum and then my little brother DMed me saying, ‘Hey, I wanted to welcome you, because I I’ve been bi for ages.' »

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