During the casting of one of Netflix’s biggest hits, “The Bridgerton Chronicles”, Nicola Coglan said she wanted to stop discussing her weight and her appearance.
Miss Featherington spoke. During the broadcast of the first season Bridgeton ChroniclesOne of the leading actresses Nicola CoglanPenelope Featherington’s narrator, Many were received CriticismsEspecially its weight. Despite her appearance on the show and being on the red carpet, she was full of gross phobia in some comments. Known in the UK for his performance in the series Derry Girls He also rose to the status of an international player The Bridgetton Chronicles On Netflix, 35-year-old Nicola Coglan greets itWe stop talking about her Weight And his anatomy.
His weight is not a topic of conversation
Before becoming a star of Netflix, Nicola Coglan, and then on the poster for the play Prime Minister of Miss Jean BrodySigned an article Patron, In order to address the critics directly. “After weeks of preparation for my role, one reviewer called me an ‘extra girl’. How is my acting? ” She asked. In this article, how she woke up actresses, and not only Women In general, it was Their anatomy was examined But not for their abilities, their message and what they wanted us to see. For this reason, Nicola Coglan refuses to be considered a body positivity spokesperson or influencer: His weight is not an issue.
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In an interview with TatlerOn the eve of the release of the second season of Bridgeton Chronicles, The actress was clear about the problem of her physique: “It shouldn’t matter except in the script.” Her performances as an actress, the importance of her characters or her work in general are the only topics of conversation. She also said that as an actress, I do not want to be known as an influencer of body positivity. The Irishman insisted Personal and intimate relationship with his body That it was hers and that she did what she wanted with it. “In the future, I expect more people to talk about our work, motivations and dynamics than our appearance,” she explained in 2018. A revolution is happening and I want to play my part in it.
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