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  • Our next guest is a very talented actress

  • who stars as Princess Diana in the brand-new season

  • of "The Crown," which is streaming right now on Netflix,

  • and everyone is watching.

  • Here is Emma Corrin.

  • Emma, thank you so much for doing this.

  • I'm so excited that you're here.

  • -Hi. Thanks for having me. I'm excited.

  • -I was going to ask you how the last few months

  • have been in quarantine,

  • but then I saw this photo,

  • and I think it pretty much sums it all up.

  • You playing cards with your dog.

  • What stage of quarantine was this?

  • -This was actually very early quarantine.

  • -Okay. -This was, like, peak lockdown.

  • Hadn't been outside the house in a very long time.

  • And we found ourselves here, yeah,

  • playing spit with my little puppy.

  • -There's a rumor I wanted to ask you about because --

  • And tell me if this is not true.

  • Again, I get all my info from Wikipedia.

  • And I run the website, so actually I make up the rumors.

  • So you should thank me later.

  • But I was -- Apparently I heard this,

  • that you have a very famous dog walker.

  • I read -- I don't know if you know what I'm talking about.

  • I read that Harry Styles walks your dog.

  • -Ohh. -Is that true?

  • -Yeah. He -- Sort of.

  • He once dog-sat for me.

  • -[ Laughs ] He did?

  • -The thing I love about this is also my dog has no idea,

  • which is I think the wonderful thing about it.

  • For a dog, it's just a person.

  • But, um...

  • sort of near where he lives.

  • And he looked after Spencer for me.

  • But not again. He hasn't done it again.

  • And I think it's because halfway through the meal

  • I got a message that just said,

  • "He won't stop farting. Is this normal?"

  • And --

  • -Was it from Spencer or from Harry?

  • -[ Laughs ] From Spencer.

  • "Emma, I'm not doing this again."

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • How good of a dude is Harry Styles.

  • What a nice guy.

  • Pal, "The Crown" premiered this weekend.

  • Everybody I know -- I had to text everyone and go,

  • "Stop. Don't tell me. Don't --"

  • They're like, "Yeah, but this happened."

  • I go, "Don't tell me anything."

  • For anyone who hasn't watched it yet,

  • could you set up what's going on this season of "The Crown"?

  • -Yeah, I play Diana from when she's about 16 years old

  • to when she's about 28, so a long, long time.

  • And, yeah, I love this season because it follows essentially

  • three incredibly brilliant women --

  • Well, sort of debatable.

  • But, well, very interesting women.

  • The Queen, Diana, and Thatcher.

  • And sort of looks at their relationship

  • to power and these powerful positions they've been put in

  • and how they grapple with it.

  • So, yeah, we see these sort of stories unfold

  • throughout the years and how they handle it, yeah.

  • -Well, not only did you get the look down, the hair,

  • but the voice was perfection.

  • And then I read somewhere that you also do a good Charles.

  • -I think so.

  • I spent a lot of long time on set trying to copy Josh.

  • -So, how would you give me advice on how to do Charles

  • or how to do Diana? Could you?

  • -Yeah, yeah. Do you want a lesson?

  • Oh, my God. Yeah, sure. Okay.

  • So, Charles, the thing they say is to basically --

  • If you want to say "yes" --

  • If you want to get into his voice, you say the word "ears."

  • Like ears. Ears.

  • -Oh. Ears.

  • -Ears. Ears. -Ears. Ears.

  • -And that's how you're saying "yes," basically.

  • -Wow! That is hilarious that he says "ears."

  • -That kind of helps. Ears. -Ears. Ears.

  • -And what I always did for Di was, "All right."

  • And she always kind of goes down at the end of everything she says.

  • So it'd be like, "All right. Are you all right?

  • I'm all right."

  • -[ Laughs ] See? You're very good.

  • "I'm all right. Are you all right?"

  • -I'll say to you -- I'll say,

  • "I'm gonna go in the other room and watch the news."

  • And you say, "All right." Okay?

  • -Okay. You're going to be Charles?

  • -Yeah. For this first scene, I'll be Charles.

  • -Okay.

  • -Ears. I'll be in the next room watching the news.

  • -All right. [ Laughter ]

  • Great. -That's pretty good.

  • Now let's switch it around. Ready?

  • -Okay. So I'm Charles? Okay.

  • Ears. I'm going to go into the other room and watch the news.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -You sounded French!

  • You sounded like Inspector Clouseau.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -[French accent] Do you understand?

  • You cannot understand what I'm doing.

  • I'm going to the next room to watch the news!

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • -All right. -All right!

  • -All right!

  • -All right! -Yeah, I can't --

  • I don't know who I'm doing.

  • I'm doing, like, a bad Cyndi Lauper.

  • -I don't know what I'm doing. I want to show everyone a clip.

  • Here is Emma Corrin in season four of "The Crown."

  • Take a look at this.

  • -I suppose the greatest highlight has been, well,

  • well, meeting all of you, the people of Australia.

  • You've made us feel so welcome, so at home.

  • -Well, perhaps. Because you've been so refreshing.

  • You're not what we expect from royalty.

  • -Well, that's because I don't think of myself as royalty.

  • First and foremost, I'm a wife and a mother.

  • That's what's most important to me.

  • -She really is a wonderful mother.

  • -And how's William getting along?

  • -Oh, he's having a magical time here.

  • -So he likes Australia? -Let's put it like this.

  • His favorite cuddly toy used to be a whale,

  • but since coming here, it's been firmly supplanted

  • by a koala.

  • -Emma Corrin. Season four of "The Crown"

  • is streaming right now on Netflix.

  • Please come back on whenever you want to

  • and congrats on everything.

Our next guest is a very talented actress

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