Actress Claire Foy wins second Emmy for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II in ‘The Crown’

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Claire Foy won a Creative Emmy Award for Guest Actress in a Drama Series on Sunday for her depiction of Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown, her second for the Netflix drama yet in an different category.

Foy, who showed up in 21 episodes between 2016-2017 and later in 2020, was regarded with the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for The Crown in 2018.

Allison Janney likewise won in two different categories for her work in The West Wing. In 2000 and 2001, she won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series followed by Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 2002.

Foy didn’t show up at the live broadcast held in Los Angeles, the brilliant statuette was acknowledged by the Academy. The British entertainer beat down The Handmaid’s Tale stars Alexis Bledel and McKenna Grace; This Is Us’ Phylicia Rashad; and Sophie Okenedo from Ratched.

While the primary season covered her union with Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the subsequent season saw Foy’s Elizabeth need to manage the Suez Crisis in 1956; the retirement of her third Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, in 1963; a visit from JFK and Jackie; the birth of Prince Edward in 1964; and issues of monogamy in her own marriage.