Vanessa Kirby, best known for her role as Princess Margaret in The Crown, shares how she conquered self-doubt in an interview with Harper's Bazaar.
Vanessa revealed that she always knew she wanted to be an actress from a young age.
She has made peace with it and that it's about letting it be in the passenger seat, acknowledging its presence without letting it take over.
She explains that director Christopher McQuarrie gave her books on power and how to transmit power.
She shared that women should be allowed to embrace their power and shouldn't feel like they have to be a certain way to fit into society's expectations.
Vanessa Kirby talked about playing Princess Margaret in The Crown, stating that she was proud of how the show portrayed a woman who was unapologetically.
Vanessa Kirby also talked about her upcoming projects, including the film The Son, based on the novel of the same name by Jo Nesbo.
The actress also shared her involvement in the charity Acting for Others, which supports theatre workers who are facing financial hardship due to illness.