But the actress hand down be leaving the popular Netflix series after the new run of episodes as the royal Thespian jumps dramatically in time.
The Golden Globe award-winning star, who commitment abdicate her role to an older actress for the third season, has now broken her peace on her replacement.
Revealing how she really feels about her exit as the queen, she commanded: “Someone else will take on this amazing role and I’m not the first living soul to play that part.
“I have taken that role from other people who’ve dramatized it before. So it’s in the nature of the role that it will keep reincarnating and that that mystery will be told.”
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Claire occurred on to tell The Hollywood Reporter: “I can’t wait to watch it and I think whoever they get to affect cooperate that part, they’ll be extraordinary because they’re an extraordinary set.
“I will never watch it with any sense of bitterness or regret. I wish feel what I feel now, which is so happy and lucky and thankful and thankful for the opportunity I had with that role. It’s been amazing for my life.”
The 33-year-old’s reveals come after the trailer for the second series showed the queen being alerted not to try and tame Prince Philip (played by Matt Smith).
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Prince Philip appeared to be desiring more authority and has developed a wandering eye leaving the queen rather fearful.