You can remove the palace from the young lady, yet you can’t remove the young lady from the stronghold. So goes the account of BAFTA-winning entertainer Rose Leslie. A relative of King Charles II of England, Leslie experienced childhood in a fifteenth-century mansion in Scotland yet handled her breakout TV job in an altogether different setting:
She was given a role as an underneath the-stairs servant in Downton Abbey. It just so happens, be that as it may, her genuine fantasy returned her entitlement to castledom when she wedded her Prince Charming, Game of Thrones co-star Kit Harington.
In any case, we’re losing track of what’s most important. This weekend, the 77th Golden Globes are set to happen at the Beverly Hilton.
Starry celebs from screens huge (Hustlers, Little Women, Harriet) to little (The Crown, Pose, The Politician) are putting the completing addresses their red-rugs getups, yet our sights are determined to Leslie and Harington, who’s designated for Best Actor in a TV Series – Drama for Game of Thrones.
In excess of an arrangement soaked in the blood of its warriors, Walkers, and Wildlings, GoT has wistful significance. It’s the place Leslie initially met Harington and the two experienced passionate feelings for.
In any case, before Leslie’s Ygritte was de-robing Harington’s Jon Snow in a magma collapse Iceland, she was becoming well known on faction shows like Downton Abbey and excellent movies like Honeymoon.
The following, we’re finding a workable pace as the entertainer, the regal, and the BAFTA champ. Since there is quite a lot more to this capable lady than who she decided for her cheerfully ever after.
The Scottish on-screen character was brought up in a manor. A genuine stronghold.
In spite of the fact that she talks with a British inflection, Leslie was brought up in Scotland, in a château, no less. She called Lickeyhead Castle home as a young lady, and as indicated by Daily Record, the fifteenth century Aberdeenshire home sits on 30 sections of land of lavish land and had been in her family for a long time. It was really sold by her dad this past August.
So why the British pronunciation, at that point? In a 2016 meeting with This Morning, she clarified that she was sent to Somerset for boarding and dramatization school, and an English inflection just came to fruition. Beneficial thing, since she’d before long been carrying her lingual pizazz to the little screen. Which carries us to our next subject.