I long for the countryside. That's where I get my calm and tranquillity - from being able to come and find a spot of green.
If you spend too much time wondering what you're going to feel like in year five, you're not going to feel anything in year one.
After my last audition for 'Game of Thrones,' they said, 'Congratulations, princess.' I was like, 'Bye-bye, call centre.'
I looked around one stage school when I was maybe nine. It just scared the bejesus out of me. I was incredibly open, and the girls seemed fierce and determined.
My mother taught me how to apply my own makeup at 13 years old, and the most important lesson I learned is to never touch my eyebrows and to cleanse, tone, and moisturize twice a day.
All of the press and stuff - that's the scary stuff. The acting is what I got trained to do.
My mother taught me to cleanse, tone, and moisturize twice a day, so I always do that - I could be partying or working late, but I'm never too tired to take care of my skin.
My dad took me for an audition once, to show me, 'OK, you want to be a child actor, this is what it's like.' I sang a folk song about donkeys on this West End stage with this big director, and there was a queue of 200 girls all singing 'Memory.' I was terrible. Terrible.
I learned more doing 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' than I did during three years at drama school.
I'm just a girl who loves mascara.
I'm really old-fashioned. An Epsom salt bath, that's genuinely better than any massage.
Croatia has been glorious - it's so beautiful, and I want to go back as often as I can.
I don't get much studio stuff. I'm usually on location, and I know that some people think that acting is so glamorous, but believe me, it's not!
My father always said, 'Never trust anyone whose TV is bigger than their book shelf' - so I make sure I read.
I grew up around horses, but acting and riding on camera is a whole different thing.
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