posted by Dani07.16.2019

She’s best loved for playing a young Queen Elizabeth in royal drama The Crown.

And Claire Foy looked worlds away from her regal alter-ego, sporting a flowing floral summer frock as she attended the men’s final at Wimbledon on Sunday.

The English actress, 35, nailed summer chic in the light blue Ralph Lauren frock which she paired with yellow strappy heels.

Accessorising her floral ensemble, the First Man actress toted a wicker box bag as she put on a very animated display in the stands.

Claire style her brunette tresses in a bob with loose effortless curls as she enjoyed her outing at the tennis.

posted by Dani09.21.2018

Recently, ET Online shared a new video of Claire Foy and Ryan Gosling talking about their new movie together called First Man. The video was shot behind the scenes of the movie, check it out:

posted by Dani09.21.2018

Recently, the new trailer for The Girl in the Spider’s Web dropped and, alongside, new promo material was released as well, such as a new poster, stills and behind the scenes. Check the new international trailer below:

posted by Dani09.21.2018

On September 17, Claire Foy showed up at the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards; she was running as Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in The Crown as Queen Elizabeth II and SHE FINALLY WON! YEAH, GUYS, Claire Foy is now a Golden Globe, a two-time SAG Award and an Emmy Award winner. Fuck the Brit Awards. Also, The Crown won for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series; unfortunately, The Crown lost the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Drama Series categories. Vanessa Kirby (Princess Margaret) and Matt Smith (Prince Philip) also lost their categories.

Claire and Matt were also the presenters of the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

Check out the pictures below:

Also, watch the videos below:

Red Carpet

Presenting Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series

Speech

Backstage

Access

IMDb

Thank You Cam

Sarah Paulson talks her love for Claire Foy