THE Crown's Princess Diana actress Emma Corrin appears to have come out as queer.
The actress, 25, called herself a "queer bride" as she shared a picture from her new shoot for Pop magazine.
A post shared by Emma Corrin (@emmalouisecorrin)
The photo shows Emma in a white wedding dress with a veil, but she's giving the camera a sardonic look as she crosses her arms.
She captioned the image: "ur fave quer bride".
Fans were ecstatic about the caption, with one person saying: "QUEER? word i love my life"
Another added: "PRINCESS DIANA SAID GAY RIGHTS!!!!"
A third remarked: "This will be in the vintage accounts years and years from now. You are ICONIC."
Emma has mostly been coy about her dating life and sexuality.
In October, when asked if there was a "boyfriend on the scene", she replied: "I'd rather navigate this on my own. It's nicer to feel like I'm taking care of me."
The Sun has contacted Emma's reps for comment.
Emma will be staring in upcoming queer drama My Policeman alongside Harry Styles.
Adapted from the 2012 novel by Bethan Roberts and set in the 1950s, Emma plays Marion, who falls in love with her best friend's older brother's pal, Tom (Harry Styles) .
They end up marrying – but Tom is having a secret love affair with Patrick (David Dawson), a museum curator.
While they take measures to keep the relationship a secret – homosexuality was illegal -Marion's jealousy eventually spills out and causes trauma for the trio.
Emma shot to fame after playing Princess Diana in Netflix smash hit The Crown.
She recently won a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama TV Series for the role.
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