The 66-year-old star is the furthest down the line entertainer to assume the job of the late ruler's sister Princess Margaret 

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 who passed on in 2002 at 71 years old - in the Netflix anecdotal series however thought when she was approached to meet with maker Peter Morgan that she would have the Sovereign herself before the impact went to Imelda Staunton.

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She said: "It's entertaining. I will be totally fair about this. I generally thought perhaps I could be the last Sovereign

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At the point when my representative called and said, 'Might you at any point go to Peter Morgan's home on Monday?'

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that is the way it occurred for me, and I think it occurred for Imelda - I never considered myself a Margaret. My prompt idea was the Sovereign, the Sovereign!

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The 'Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris' star proceeded to make sense of that she at first was uncertain whether she could fill the role of Princess Margaret 

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who was known for her way of life of celebrating and having a line of rumored sentiments - in light of the fact that she doesn't see herself as breathtaking yet was offered the part on the spot.

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She told The Times: "My representative said, 'He needs to converse with you about playing Margaret.' I thought, 'Hold tight a moment. Margaret? I can't do Margaret.' On the grounds that in my mind I considered Margaret to be youthful and exciting,

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when Vanessa [Kirby, of series one and two] played her, and captivating yet very youthful, yet a piece more seasoned, when Helena [Bonham Carter, of series three and four] played her.

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 I don't see myself in like that, which is an issue with my own mental self portrait. When she said it, something in me was truly chuffed that they considered me Margaret. So then I thought, 'God, Margaret, Margaret, Margaret! Alright

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