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was honestly surprised to see there isn’t a thread for her considering her popularity from playing princess diana and being a formal model . anyway thought I would make one for her , what do you think fellow skinnies ?
I think her legs could use some work but overall her arms and face are just gorgeous <3E79B9656-13E0-4FBF-B16E-67AA71A6FF33.jpegC46D465F-00CD-4AA3-B22D-2D2F0FB18EE0.jpegED59794F-4278-4E77-9FE3-6AC990439D4B.jpeg70E723D5-A476-4742-B1BF-2A4B84AA6B3B.jpeg0E4CEB88-848B-477C-B138-0B1752835F15.jpegB7EE8A93-F258-44D4-A74D-C2D9199985B2.jpeg4521BCBB-AFC8-45BF-B0BF-B78817045064.jpeg
 
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Also can we please adhere to proper capitalization for threads.
 
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She's pretty, and IMO was a good choice to play Princess Di, but her body is very ordinary.
 
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I think her legs could use some work but overall her arms and face are just gorgeous <3
Are we looking at the same arms & face? :nervous:

As others have said, average at best, but she’s a talented woman (and I have to agree with @FashionThin, she was great in The Crown)
I’d love to see her lose 10-15lbs to see how it changes her face... more for the sake of her legs
 
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Though Princess Diana was thin by today’s standards, for the time her body was only on the smaller side of average. In her resemblance to Diana, Emma Corrin shares this bodily averageness and is thus not skinny nor particularly striking for that matter.

The next actress portraying Princess Diana on Emma Corrin’s claim to fame series The Crown is Elizabeth Debicki, who boasts a more appropriately regal figure:

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The fact that Emma Corrin has a thread before Madame Debicki surprises me.
 
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I really don’t want to be an asshole, because you’ve said above that you are dyslexic, but like @bingeonvogue said earlier, proper grammar and punctuation would do you some good.
The unnecessary spacing between words and exclamation marks/full stops, starting sentences and titles without a capital letter, etc.

And maybe this is way, way out of line as a rookie myself, but I think you’re leaning into making threads about average/mediocre looking actresses (Emma Corrin and Thomasin Mackenzie) and singing their praises simply because you like them as people, not because they’re relevant to SGF

I don’t doubt that it’s with good intentions, or that you’re as excited to be a part of the community as a newbie as I am, but I’m surprised that YOU’RE surprised Emma hasn’t had a thread until now
I say this with nothing but love, but maybe read into how people are reacting to your threads & comments and adjust your interactions on here accordingly. It’s lovely to see someone as excited to partake in the forums as you are (so am I!), but I would hate to see this snowball because nobody was willing to point out the obvious
 
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I really don’t want to be an asshole, because you’ve said above that you are dyslexic, but like @bingeonvogue said earlier, proper grammar and punctuation would do you some good.
The unnecessary spacing between words and exclamation marks/full stops, starting sentences and titles without a capital letter, etc.

Actually these are all common traits of dyslexia. It’s not just spelling, dyslexics can also struggle with capitalisation, spacing and punctuation. I have a friend with dyslexia and she writes in a similar way to @hermioneflower. Some dyslexics will write in all lowercase letters to make things easier for themselves. I can tell by the way @hermioneflower writes (eg. using capital letters as opposed to writing all in lower case) that she’s putting in effort.

I otherwise agree with everything else you said. @hermioneflower: no more threads of average sized celebs! I’m surprised it took this long for someone to say something tbh.
 
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@Tinyportia My apologies- as I said my intention wasn’t to be a prick, and I do appreciate any efforts made in the name of grammar/writing on the forum. Thank you for pointing that out!

To clarify, @hermioneflower, I hope you know my intention was not to ridicule or embarrass you, and if it came across that way, I’m sorry. I was uneducated on the other traits of dyslexia beyond spelling & hope you can forgive my apology on that front.
 
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@Tinyportia My apologies- as I said my intention wasn’t to be a prick, and I do appreciate any efforts made in the name of grammar/writing on the forum. Thank you for pointing that out!

To clarify, @hermioneflower, I hope you know my intention was not to ridicule or embarrass you, and if it came across that way, I’m sorry. I was uneducated on the other traits of dyslexia beyond spelling & hope you can forgive my apology on that front.

All good. I think most people tend to assume that dyslexia only affects spelling, so I thought it was important to correct that assumption (more so for the benefit of all members, as opposed to being directed specifically at you).
 
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