Divorce is troublesome, even when it is fake.
At the very least in accordance with Claire Foy and Paul Bettany, who play the Duke and Duchess of Argyll as they undergo their explosive divorce in Prime Video and BBC’s A Very British Scandal. In an unique chat with E! Information, the performers revealed that a number of scenes within the sequence—which is a follow-up to 2018’s A Very English Scandal starring Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw—had been laborious to undertake.
“There was tons that was laborious to movie, truly, as a result of there was numerous navigating the fitting tone to get,” Foy defined. “It is fairly troublesome whenever you’re filming a whole relationship.”
A Very British Scandal unpacks the therapy of Twentieth-century socialite Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll (Foy)—each in courtroom and within the press—as she’s met with accusations of infidelity amid her divorce from Ian Campbell, eleventh Duke of Argyll (Bettany).
“Any of the scenes the place Margaret was belittled due to her stammer was all the time actually troublesome to do,” Foy famous. “I discovered the courtroom scene actually laborious, as a result of by that time, I used to be actually connected to Paul.”