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Fresh off the first season of ‘Victoria,’ the actress behind the iconic monarch opens up about stepping into the queen’s shoes and what to expect from Season 2. Welcome to Girl Rising, our recurring interview series featuring our favourite newcomers on the verge of stardom. On Sunday Read more

Jenna Coleman’s new historical drama presents a version of the beloved queen that might make the cast of The Crown clutch their pearls. This summer, Prince Harry was seen flirting with his great-great-great-great grandmother—or rather, with Jenna Coleman, the actress playing his ancestor in Victoria (which premieres Sunday night on PBS, and has Read more

EW- Last week, Jenna Coleman announced that she is leaving Doctor Who, BBC America’s long-running time travel show on which she plays monster-battling schoolteacher Clara Oswald. So, why, exactly, is the British actress leaving behind Peter Capaldi’s Doctor — and the TARDIS — now? “Conversations have been going Read more

Independent– Minutes before my scheduled interview with Jenna Coleman, to promote her role as the young Queen Victoria in ITV’s new Sunday-night costume drama ‘Victoria’ – and in the very room in Kensington Palace where the eponymous monarch was born in 1819 – the 30-year-old actress Read more

Jenna Coleman first appeared in Doctor Who in September, 2012 and as companion Clara Oswald she’s stood up to Cybermen, sunk in a submarine and been caught in the epic Time War. But now she might just be facing her biggest challenge yet as she comes Read more

The  Observer-From Emmerdale to Doctor Who and from science fiction to period dramas, Jenna Coleman is an actor going places. Here, she talks to Tim Lewis about the new Time Lord, taking on Jane Austen and why ‘real’ life is boring. San Diego’s Comic-Con festival, held Read more

  Fittingly, for an actress who last year debuted as a time- and space-hopping adventurer in Doctor Who, Jenna-Louise Coleman is thinking about multiple universes. She recently saw Constellations in the West End, a play that took on the idea of there being infinite dimensions – Read more