LOS ANGELES: Actress Elizabeth Debicki says portraying Diana, Princess of Wales reminded her of how dangerous fame can be. The 32-year-old actress, who portrays the late royal in the latest series of Netflix's drama "The Crown," claims she has never been interested in being famous, but that she has learned from playing Diana in "The Crown" how difficult fame can be for someone who is going through a difficult time in their personal life.
"I don't find the idea of celebrity to be alluring. Its fundamental effect is the removal of one of the most priceless possessions people have, namely the right to privacy "she disclosed to Vogue Australia.
"That has happened to folks who I genuinely love and care about. Fame does not care how exhausted you are, how exposed you feel that day, what is going on in your personal life, or how much you truly don't want your picture taken." Debicki acknowledged her own concerns and admitted that she spent a significant portion of her twenties debating whether or not she was "pretty" enough to be an actress.
She added, "I used to wonder, "Why is this part of my job that I'm meant to look beautiful, put on clothes, and be good at it?" I would constantly say, "I don't know how to do this." Am I sufficient?" Elizabeth claims that she has been able to put aside concerns about her beauty now that she is in her 30s, nevertheless.
A version of the late royal's "revenge dress," which she wore the night her estranged husband Charles, then Prince of Wales, acknowledged he'd been unfaithful in a TV appearance, was required of her for her role in "The Crown," she previously admitted, and she said it was particularly challenging.