Golda Rosheuvel, star of “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story,” says studying one scene was a “surprising second”
Actress Golda Rosheuvel mentioned when she learn a scene within the Netflix sequence “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” for the primary time, “it was fairly a surprising second.”
The scene highlighted the younger future queen’s race as she ready to marry King George III. When the younger Charlotte met her in-laws for the primary time they commented on the darkness of her pores and skin colour and reached out to the touch her — “like, is it going to rub off or one thing,” mentioned “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King.
“When I first learn that, I used to be studying with my companion, it was fairly a surprising second, and I did query whether or not we might do this,” mentioned Rosheuvel, a biracial actress who performs the present-day Queen Charlotte. “It was fairly scary.”
But she mentioned she was inspired by her companion, and that artists and other people within the media have a platform to speak about tales in a means that helps others lean in and exit into the world and have conversations about what they watched.
She agreed with King that “typically, you must have uncomfortable conversations.”
“Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story,” a prequel to “Bridgerton,” is streaming now on Netflix.
Watch extra of Rosheuvel’s interview with “CBS Mornings” within the video above.
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