Emma Corrin won hearts with her portrayal of Princess Diana in the popular series ‘The Crown’ and now she has bagged the coveted Golden Globe for her performance. The actress took home the won trophy at the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards for her act in the Netflix drama. In her acceptance speech, the elated actress thanked Princess Diana and paid a tribute to her and said, “you have put compassion and empathy beyond anything I can understand”.
In her speech, Emma also thanked her onscreen love interest Josh O’Connor and referred to him as her Prince Charming. As she attended the ceremony virtually, Emma was seen beaming with joy. The 25-year-old actress opted for a black dress which came with a dramatic ruffle collar.
Emma Corrin was nominated along with her ‘The Crown’ co-star Olivia Colman, Jodie Comer (Killing Eve’s), Laura Linney (Ozark’s) and Sarah Paulson (Ratched’s). Emma Corrin joined the fourth season of the popular series that traces the royal family, she essayed the role of Princess Diana from her early years to her life as a Princess with Prince Charles.
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