The Crown's Emma Corrin bags first movie role opposite Harry Styles in raunchy threesome romance My Policeman

THE Crown’s Emma Corrin has bagged her first movie role that will see her star opposite Harry Styles in raunchy threesome romance My Policeman. 

The 25-year-old is best known for her role as Princess Diana in the latest season of The Crown, which has earned her Golden Globe, SAG and Critics Choice nominations for Best Actress. 

Emma’s next role will see her play Marion in My Policeman, an adaptation of Bethan Roberts’s 2012 novel. 

Starring opposite the One Direction star, the story explores the sexual politics of the 1950s and the criminalisation of homosexuality. 

Emma, as Marion, falls head over heels in love with her best friend’s older brother Tom, played by Harry, who is a police officer.


However, there’s another contender for the young constable's heart – Patrick Hazelwood, who’s as smitten with PC Burgess as Marion is.

Tom and Patrick embark on a passionate relationship at a time when homosexuality was illegal and Tom is forced to make heartbreaking decisions.

The film will jump between 1957 in post-war Brighton and the early 90s, when the arrival of an elderly and invalid Patrick into Marion and Tom’s home triggers past feelings of love and loss.

Emma won rave reviews for her portrayal as Princess Diana and the star has now been nominated for a Golden Globe.

The 25-year-old posted a video on her Instagram page capturing the moment when her name was called for the best actress in a TV drama category.

Emma told The Times: “I’m just at home with my flat mate. We ordered some food for lunch and then we just sat and waited for the announcements. It was very surreal.”

Corrin is nominated alongside her co-star Olivia Colman, who stars as Queen Elizabeth in the Netflix drama, fellow Brit Jodie Comer for Killing Eve, Laura Linney, for Ozark and Sarah Paulson for Ratched.

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