字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 (laughing) - Go on. Go on, I'm ready now. - So Tom, "What is an aspect of the 1840s style you would like to bring into the modern day?" - The high-waisted trousers are fantastic, they should absolutely 100% be brought back. They are the most comfortable thing in the world. - I love a lot of the high-neck collars. - Jane, hello Jane. Jane has asked us both, "What's the most helpful part of your costume for getting into character?" - For me, I love it when her jewelry is all really simple. That, to me, feels like Victoria at home in her day wear, where she has got like, the cameos and the very simple kind of, more stripped back Victoria - For me, the whole thing really, but if there was one bit it's the stock that you tie around your neck. - Okay, Sam asks us, "If you weren't playing Victoria and Albert, what other characters in 'Victoria' would you be interested in playing?" - Oo, good question Sam. - Do you want to go first? - No. - Okay. Francatelli. It's just a great name. A great name. You learn how to cook. You'd be great at whisking eggs. - You get lots of cooking puns. - So you get to wear a chef's outfit, that would break up the monotony of just wearing, you know, coats and waistcoats. - You get to work with chocolate like all the time. Who would I play, maybe Ada Lovelace. A real, incredible lady. Or, can I play a man? - Yeah - Maybe Peel. I think I'd like Sir Robert Peel. I think he's very, I think Nigel plays him very well-observed and there's some incredible quotes from Victoria talking about him, like he's got really funny mannerisms and funny ticks and things like that, so I think he's quite an interesting character. - Cynthia wants to know, "What did you learn about Victoria and Albert during Season One you were unaware of prior to starring in this series?" - I learned some really cool information actually, that Victoria wrote to the Elephant Man every year, which I really loved. Also, she was obsessed with Jack the Ripper and tried to find out who the killer was and she was like writing letters to loads of people saying things like, "Have you thought about looking in this place or this place?" - Me? So much, is the honest answer. An unbelievable amount. He wasn't the best dancer when he was a teenager. - He was a bad hunter. - This is true, you can answer my question. - When we went to Blair Atholl they kind of, all the people that were working there and kindly hosted us, had lots of anecdotes that had been passed down through the generations about how Albert was basically a very terrible hunter but he'd go out every day, and actually if you read Victoria's diaries it's all Albert arrived home, no luck, no luck. And did they fake it so he could win a stag or something? - No, he went out with a guy who everyday would come back and tell everyone that he had done very well when actually he probably wasn't doing great, no. And then he gave him a 50 pound tip at the end. Which would have been a lot of money in those days.