Claire Foy in a scene from "The Crown," premiering on Nov. 4.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth is known for her dedication to a demanding job. Claire Foy, who plays Elizabeth as a young ruler in Netflix's "The Crown," can claim the same. Foy accepted the central role in the Netflix series when she was pregnant, knowing that filming would begin a few months after her daughter's arrival.In the series' Friday opener, Elizabeth's marriage to Philip Mountbatten (Matt Smith) provides a respite to bleak post-World War II Britain.Elizabeth was 25 when the crown passed to her.
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