Did Did Claire Foy and Matt Smith actually Gossip Cop reviewed the report and we can demystify it, there is nothing romantic between The Crown and its co-stars.
A title in the last issue of Women’s Day indicates that the duo had spotted a “playful date”, citing a so-called “witness” -, “They certainly seemed to have shared a connection.” This so-called “witness” further asserts that it “looked like the ideal date” between the co-stars, who are supposed to “watch with adoration to each other.” Although the two men had lunch together in London at the beginning of the month, the publication deliberately ignores the facts There was a romantic note about this release.
Foy and Smith are longtime friends and co-stars, in addition to their very successful two-year career. years as a young Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip in The Crown of Netflix, they are currently playing in a theatrical production of the play Lung .] at the historic Old Vic Theater in London They simply grabbed lunch together during a break from their game. The tabloid tries to make this event inno a lot more salacious by offering a fake version of the events.
The point of sale comes back a little, citing another so-called “insider” who reportedly said, “This lunch date was probably only one case where friends were taking an innocent bite. ” However, the tabloid still can not help create dramas by adding more vague comments from the same “insider”, who said: “The actors and the production team have been talking about it since, after all, Claire and Matt have been hired because they have very good relationships together. “Once again, the magazine tries to turn a normal lunch between friends into something more suggestive.
Foy and Smith are not more than just friends and never went out in love.In fact, the actor met Lily James, the star of Downton Abbey for five years.Foy broke up with her husband in 2018 and has since been unattached However, Gossip Cop checked with a source close to the situation, who told us unequivocally that the story is ridiculous.
This is not the first time that tabloid misrepresent Foy’s love life with co-ve Last month, Star published a fake report on the fact that Eva Mendes was “mad with jealousy” of Foy when the actress played with her partner, Ryan Gosling, in First Man . . This article falsely claimed that Mendes and Gosling had “saved” their marriage after dealing with Mendes’ supposed jealousy of Foy. Gossip Cop also explored this false story. It seems that the tabloids are convinced that Foy is a kind of hangman, while nothing could be further from the truth.