After two months of filming, actress Emma Corrin ended up in a Spanish hospital.
In an interview with British edition Glamor, the 24-year-old actress, who played the role of Princess Diana in the new season of “The Crown”, shared the story that happened to her during the filming process. As it became known, the girl ended up in the hospital after two months of filming. Together with co-star Josh O’Connor, who plays Prince Charles, they were involved in scenes from the 1983 Australian tour. The film crew did not go to the green continent to recreate the tour in the smallest detail – they found suitable locations in Spain.
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“I have asthma and suffered from a cough for a while. One of the scenes of the series was filmed in an ice pool. It was one of the most difficult shootings, I had to mark time in order not to freeze. At night we had to return to the UK, and on the way to the airport we stopped at the hospital to get antibiotics, ”Emma said in an interview.
However, events took an unexpected turn. “The doctors gave me an oxygen test, and with the words: ‘We cannot let you go, your oxygen level is too low,’ they hospitalized me,” said the Crown star.
“I remember when the nurses realized that I was an actress, they offered me:“ Do you want us to put a cardboard box on your head so that no one will recognize you? ”- Emma said with a smile.
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Author: Julia Plotnikova