In a May interview with Parade, Campbell was asked if there’s something she enjoys binge watching. K., which means that I learned precisely zero about the American Revolution growing up.We study a lot of history in the British education system and you can pick different subjects.
Over the course of four installments, quite a few main characters die of various lingering illnesses.
It’s nice having something special and different and so I wanted something like that for our son.” In 2014, rumors surfaced that Campbell and Feild were expecting a second child together.
A source allegedly told US Weekly, “They’ve always wanted more than one child.
Period dramas are the ultimate form of escapist comfort viewing - and luckily, Netflix is currently streaming some of our favourites, from the Sunday night BBC adaptations you missed a few years back to lavish, Oscar-nominated features, via a handful of original dramas (of which last year's It’s hard not to fall for this sweeping big-screen version of Austen’s first published work, which stars a who’s who of well-mannered British acting.
Emma Thompson doesn’t just star as quiet, thoughtful heroine Elinor Dashwood: she also laboured for five years on Kate Winslet stars as her impulsive sister Marianne, with Alan Rickman and Greg Wise as her two drastically different suitors, while Hugh Grant takes his trademarked floppy-haired, charming-but-useless schtick back to the 18th century.