Actress Golda Rosheuvel stated when she learn a scene within the Netflix collection “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 shade and reached out to the touch her — “like, is it going to rub off or one thing,” stated “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King.
“After I first learn that, I used to be studying with my associate, it was fairly a surprising second, and I did query whether or not we might try this,” stated Rosheuvel, a biracial actress who performs the present-day Queen Charlotte. “It was fairly scary.”
However she stated she was inspired by her associate, and that artists and folks within the media have a platform to speak about tales in a manner that helps others lean in and exit into the world and have conversations about what they watched.
She agreed with King that “typically, it’s a must to 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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