I came off Snapchat. I was done with it... I think I spent too much time on it.
You have to be confident enough to pick yourself up and go to 30 meetings and be told no every time and not take that to heart.
I think, in history, we often see a false representation of women. The men are always the successors and, supposedly, of their own merit, which I don't believe to be to true.
Emotions fascinate me, just being able to express myself through acting. I love that. And I think, in everyday life, you're always trying to repress your emotions. Like if you're sad, you don't want to show it to someone else.
I don't speak any other languages, which I'm kind of ashamed about, actually.
A movie that makes me cry every time is 'Billy Elliot.' That scene where he's dancing in the hall, and his dad walks in. And the first time his dad can see how amazing he is dancing, but he's so conflicted with kind of his own feelings towards it. Oh, it's so emotional.
I am beyond excited to be working with the BBC as part of the cast of 'Thirteen.'
I just love making people laugh.
I don't know if it's the way I've been brought up or if it's because I spend so much time away that I appreciate being at home so much.
I'm really into boots.
I always find with dramas that the more that's left to the imagination of the audience, the better.
I grew up watching Keira Knightley films nonstop, and I always admired period dramas and just everything that goes into it.
I'm a big believer in fate, and it's working out well so far.
Watching 'Morvern Callar' was a game changer for me.
I'd always wanted to do costume drama, but period dramas often become very wooden. Just because they're born in the 1400s, all of a sudden people start losing their sense of humour or their personalities.
I don't think talent or an instinct for acting is something you can teach.
I love characters who can rile an audience so much - it means you've done your job well.
I find if my character is more glamorous, I become more conscious of what I look like.
'The White Princess' follows Princess Lizzie, who was forced into marriage with Henry Tudor. It's kind of about how their marriage united the Yorks and the Tudors - the two families do rival but have to unite.
When you get scripts and you really enjoy reading them, you know it's a good project.