An actress who played the Duchess of Sussex in an upcoming TV movie, revealed how mastering the king's habits helped her get into character.
Tiffany Smith, 36, who shines in Lifetime Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal, explained that she focused on Meghan & # 39; s subtle physical peculiarities to help her perform.
& # 39; She does this baby hair a lot, where she doesn't actually put it behind her ear & # 39 ;, Smith said Daily telegram.
& # 39; And she also looks up at people through her eyelashes, in a way very similar to Diana. & # 39;
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Tiffany Smith, 36, left, who shines in Lifetime Harry & Meghan: Becoming Royal, explained that she focused on Meghan & # 39; s subtle physical peculiarities to help her with her performance. Well, the characteristic & # 39; baby hair fold & # 39; of the duchess, where she moves her hair from her face, was one of the habits
Tiffany also noted how Meghan's eyelashes look up at public appointments, as seen above, in a way reminiscent of Princess Diana
The actress, who is based in Los Angeles, the hometown of Meghan, told how she spent time analyzing photos and video clips hoping to understand the duchess.
She noted how & # 39; really & # 39; her relationship with the Duke of Sussex seems to be – and that she comes across as a woman who is ambitious, tender and kind.
& # 39; She is someone who knows exactly what she wants – and also how she will make it happen, & # 39; Smith continued. & # 39; I think she has always done that. And yet there is still this warmth for her that I love. & # 39;
Tiffany explained how she analyzed photos and video clips in the hope of gaining insight into the duchess. In the photo, Tiffany in character as Meghan on the morning of the royal wedding
Tiffany as Meghan alongside British Polkdark star Charlie Field, who plays Harry  and actors who play the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. This scene shows Sandringham at Christmas
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with Meghan and Prince Harry in Sandringham at Christmas 2017, months before the royal wedding
The film that will be broadcast this month is one sequel to Harry & Meghan: A Royal Romance, which was broadcast last year before the royal wedding.
A trailer released earlier this month shows that Smith admits that she is pretending to be a beautiful swan & # 39; before she defends herself against cruel comments from an insider.
& # 39; I feel like I'm pretending to be a beautiful swan & # 39 ;, she admits as the scene lights up next to Harry, played by British actor Charlie Field, and fictional William and Kate on Christmas Day.
Candid: An explosive trailer sees American actress Tiffany Smith, who portrays Meghan, admitting she feels like she & # 39; pretends to be a beautiful swan & # 39;
Hit back! Meghan is forced to defend himself against cruel remarks from an insider, seen on the left, who calls her a hypocrite
The unnamed insider comes back and tells her: & # 39; You'll never be able to check everything & # 39 ;, before Meghan returns with: & # 39; I'm still waiting for my reverence & # 39 ;, giving her critic a cheeky smile
The scene then cuts to Meghan on her wedding day, as a cruel insider tells her: "Look at yourself in a mirror and all you see is a hypocrite."
Meghan is then seen in her wedding dress as she takes a deep breath before it cuts that she kisses Harry passionately.
The unnamed insider returns and says to her: & # 39; You'll never be able to check everything & # 39 ;, before Meghan returns with: & # 39; I'm still waiting for my bow & # 39 ;, making her a brutal critic smile appears.
Smith stars opposite the British Polkdark star Charlie Field, who plays Harry, 34.
Nerves! Meghan is seen in her wedding dress as she takes a deep breath before the largest royal wedding of 2018
Passion: a short scene shows her interaction with Harry, because it cuts to kisses her new husband, passionately following their wedding, pictured
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