'People were nicer to me!' Claire Foy reveals blondes really DO have more fun after ditching her brunette locks for Netflix series The Crown
She swapped her brunette tresses for golden locks when she graced the small screen as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix's most lavish series The Crown.
And Claire Foy admitted blondes do have more fun when she made a stunning television appearance on The Tonight Show Jimmy Fallon on Monday.
The British beauty, 33, explained she found people were 'nicer' to her when she made the change to her hair colour.?
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'People were nicer to me': Claire Foy confessed blondes do have more fun when she appeared on The Tonight Show on Monday after she ditched her brunette locks for Netflix's The Crown
'I loved being blonde. The whole "blondes have more fun" is actually a thing. I mean, I didn't have fun, but people are nicer to you,' she said.
'I swear it's an actual thing. People hold the door open for you, they smile to you in general - when people are actively horrible.'?
On Sunday, she enjoyed a royal reunion with her on-screen lover Matt Smith at the BAFTA screening of The Crown in New York.
The event was to celebrate the second season dropping on Netflix next Friday.
Claire cut a stylish figure in a white V-neck top tucked into a bright blue pair of high-waisted trousers while Matt smartened up his look with a blazer.
Dramatically different:?She swapped her brunette tresses for golden locks when she graced the small screen as Queen Elizabeth II in Netflix's most lavish series The Crown (pictured)
Different attitude:?The British beauty, 33, explained she found people were 'nicer' to her when she made the change to her hair colour
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The former Doctor Who star recently discussed objectification in the Telegraph Magazine, to which he said`: 'That’s not to say I haven’t been objectified before by men, because I have, just like women are objectified.'?
Said he: 'It is not exclusive to them. This happens to men, too.'
Earlier, discussing the recent sexual misconduct scandals, he had insisted: 'The conversation shouldn’t stop at this industry just because these are "celebrities" who we know about who are involved. It has to be broader.
'People in other industries have to have a platform to be heard as well. What happens to the cleaner or the lady who works in a clothes shop?'
Aglow: Claire Foy and Matt Smith posed together at Sunday's BAFTA screening of The Crown in New York, ahead of its second season dropping on Netflix next Friday
Who's who: For the first two seasons of The Crown, Claire has starred as Queen Elizabeth II herself and Matt as her husband, Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh
For the first two seasons of The Crown, Claire has starred as Queen Elizabeth II herself and Matt as her husband, Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh.?
It has been revealed that Broadchurch star Olivia Colman will take over as the Queen for the third season, though the future of Prince Philip has not been so clarified.
Speaking to the Sunday People, Claire said of the casting: 'She’ll be fantastic, she’s an extraordinary actress. She’ll completely reinvent it and make it her own... I want to shout it from the rooftops – she’s amazing.'?
Leading lady: Claire has starred as Queen Elizabeth II herself and Matt as her on-screen husband, Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh
Season one began just before Elizabeth ascended to the throne on the death of her father George VI, and ended with Britain skidding toward the Suez Crisis.
The new season will carry viewers through 1963, per?TV Guide. Which is to say, it'll cover such events as a London visit by John F. Kennedy, played by Michael C. Hall.
President Kennedy had been accompanied to England by his famously glamorous wife Jacqueline Kennedy, who has been portrayed by Jodi Balfour.
Vanessa Kirby's Princess Margaret will be seen starting up her romance with her ex-husband-to-be, 'society photographer' Antony Armstrong-Jones (Matthew Goode).
'Tony Snowdon,' so-called by dint of his being Earl Of Snowdon, married Margaret in 1960 and notoriously philandered before their 1978 divorce.?
Incoming: The pair are seen in the trailer for season two, which per TV Guide will carry viewers on through 1963
Ill-starred: Vanessa Kirby's Princess Margaret will be seen starting up her romance with her ex-husband-to-be, 'society photographer' Antony Armstrong-Jones (Matthew Goode)
His love life is said to have included men and women - in a memoir, decorator Nicky Haslam said he and Tony had 'a very brief romance' before the Margaret marriage.
For what it's worth, according to?Femail, Tony himself said of Nicky's story: 'It's not true as far as I'm concerned --and I should know.'?
Going by the?trailer, it appears the new season will also show the Queen's iconic 1961 visit to Ghana, which four years earlier had become independent from Britain.
According to Time, she concurred with the Cabinet's wish that she go, bombing in Accra notwithstanding, by telling her prime minister: 'I am not a film star.?I am the head of the Commonwealth - and I am paid to face any risks that may be involved. Nor do I say this lightly. Do not forget that I have three children.'
Hot and heavy:?'Tony Snowdon,' so-called because he was Earl Of Snowdon, married Margaret in 1960 and notoriously philandered before their 1978 divorce
Moreover, the trailer depicts simmering tension between the Queen and her consort, who fumes about being 'outranked by my eight-year-old son!' - Prince Charles.?
The first season was one of the most critically acclaimed dramas of last year, winning two Golden Globes, two SAG awards, and nominated for four BAFTAs and five Emmys.??
The Crown Season 2 will be released worldwide on Netflix on Friday December 8.?
Moreover: The trailer depicts simmering tension between the Sovereign and her consort, who fumes about being 'outranked by my eight-year-old son!' - Prince Charles
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