“Game of Thrones” star Natalie Dormer admits that she does not take selfies with fans.
Following her roles Margaery Tyrell in the hit tv show and Cressida in “Hunger Games,” the actress admits that she needed to learn where to draw the line.
“I have a rule that I don’t take selfies with fans.
I sound really obnoxious here talking about ‘when I take selfies with fans’.
I won’t take pictures with fans in the direct area where I live because that’s my home,” said the English actress to Stylist magazine.
“That’s not ‘Natalie the Professional’, that’s just Nat going to Waitrose.
But if you’re out and about on a red carpet or walking down the streets of Soho of course.” “Game of Thrones” star Natalie Dormer likewise admits that she dislikes “stolen shots.” For her, it’s more appropriate if people will just ask her for a photo instead of being sneaky.
“Game of Thrones” season 5 recently started and even if the first four episodes of the show were leaked, fans still cannot help but gush over the fantasy show’s characters.
While some fans find Natalie Dormer’s character cunning and hungry for power, the 33-year-old thinks otherwise of “Game of Thrones” season 5’s Margary Tyrell.
“That’s a massive over simplification.
She’s not a single operative, she’s not Lady Macbeth.
She’s not power-hungry; she is the ambassador for her family and because of the medieval setting where marriage is the way to play power politics, she is just trying to control the sway of the politics of the country,” she told the magazine .
Natalie Dormer knows how to stand up for something especially if it’s about gender equality.
“The First Avenger” star feels that people should stop talking about feminism and instead focus on getting things done.
“Equality is about men and women being equal not girl power.
We should all just stop wasting time arguing about definitions of feminism and equality and just concentrate on getting it done,” she told the magazine .
“Game of Thrones” star Natalie Dormer said that people should channel their energy into doing actual things because “39,000 women a day get forced into child marriage.”