Kristen Stewart reflects on Princess Diana's loneliness after playing her in 'Spencer'

Kristen Stewart reflects on Princess Diana’s loneliness after playing her in ‘Spencer’

Kristen Stewart reflects on Princess Diana’s loneliness after playing her in ‘Spencer’: “One of the great things is that she didn’t have any friends.”

Kristen Stewart received her first Oscar nomination for her role as Princess Diana in the biopic Spencer.

And the movie star was one of eight actors who made the cover of Vanity Fair for its 2022 Hollywood edition.

Kristen, 31, spoke of the late Princess Diana and reflected on her loneliness: “One of the great things is that she didn’t have any friends. I keep saying, “Where was your fucking buddy?”

Wow factor: Kristen Stewart received her first Oscar nomination for her role as Princess Diana in the biopic Spencer.  And the movie star was one of eight actors who made the cover of Vanity Fair for its 2022 Hollywood edition.

Wow factor: Kristen Stewart received her first Oscar nomination for her role as Princess Diana in the biopic Spencer. And the movie star was one of eight actors who made the cover of Vanity Fair for its 2022 Hollywood edition.

Kristen looked gorgeous on the cover, rocking a gold bodysuit with jeans as she posed on what looked like a diving board overlooking the cityscape.

In the interview, Kristen also talked about trying to make herself vomit to embody Diana’s bulimia.

“I’ll fucking do anything. They wanted to make sure it wasn’t hushed up,” Kristen said.

“I couldn’t vomit in this film, even when I really should have. I felt like shit and I couldn’t get up and I know it was because my body was just like… the idea of ​​it was so untouchable,” the actress added.

in character: Kristen, 31, spoke about the late Princess Diana and reflected on her loneliness: “One of the great things is that she didn’t have any friends.  I go all the time "Where was your fucking friend?"'

in character: Kristen, 31, spoke about the late Princess Diana and reflected on her loneliness: “One of the great things is that she didn’t have any friends. I keep saying, “Where was your fucking buddy?”

In another scene, her character imagines herself choking on her own necklace and pulling pearls out of her soup as the royal family looks on.

Her character runs to the bathroom after the scene.

Kristen called the scene “Heimlich’s emotional manoeuvre”.

Addendum: “It’s like she literally had to go to the bathroom and cough up whatever clogged up.” [she had]. The whole point is that Pablo placed such opposite elements around me; I was surrounded.

“Despite the fact that she is a little aggressive in this scene, it is embedded in her nightmarish fantasies. In fact, she is retreating. Wherever you look, there is always something to hide from,” she said.

Star: In the interview, Kristen also talked about trying to make herself vomit to embody Diana's bulimia;  pictured November 29, 2021 in New York

Star: In the interview, Kristen also talked about trying to make herself vomit to embody Diana’s bulimia; pictured November 29, 2021 in New York

“And then at that point it all turns into, ‘Maybe it’s not really happening, and it’s something completely subjective.’ … She really, really lost, and it’s something that gets to the level of insanity, pretty intense, and ends up in the bathroom.”

Pablo Larrain directed Spencer, which focuses on three days in the life of the late royal family in 1991.

Earlier this month, the nominees for the 94th annual Oscars were announced.

Kristen was nominated for Best Actress for her performance in Spencer; she was joined by fellow nominees Jessica Chastain, Penélope Cruz, Olivia Colman and Nicole Kidman.

Nicole Kidman, Idris Elba, Benedict Cumberbatch, Penélope Cruz, Andrew Garfield, Michaela Jay Rodriguez and Simu Liu also featured on the cover of the Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair.

The Vanity Fair Hollywood edition is available for digital download and newsstands on Friday, February 25th.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.