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Emma Corrin has discussed watching their ‘exhilarating’ nude scenes in Netflix‘s upcoming adaptation of Lady Chatterley’s Lover with her family – who ‘coped’.

The actress, 26, claimed they ‘didn’t have to fake anything’ while filming ‘completely naked’ in the Welsh countryside, as they spoke on Friday’s Graham Norton Show.

They said, ‘When I got the script Laure (de Clermont-Tonnerre) our director was already attached and she is incredible.

'I didn't have to fake anything!' Emma Corrin joked their family 'coped' while watching their 'exhilarating' nude scenes in Lady Chatterley's Lover during Friday's Graham Norton Show

‘I didn’t have to fake anything!’ Emma Corrin joked their family ‘coped’ while watching their ‘exhilarating’ nude scenes in Lady Chatterley’s Lover during Friday’s Graham Norton Show

‘And there was a crazy scene where they both dance naked in the rain. For some reason I was like, “Yes, sign me up!” 

‘I think certainly that it was the most exhilarating thing I have ever done in my life.

‘In film making it is pretend so it’s rare that you are actually in a situation where you are literally thinking and feeling exactly as your character would be.

‘Being completely naked in the Welsh countryside meant you didn’t have to fake anything, you were just feeling it and it was quite amazing.’

Hot and heavy: The actress, 26, claimed they 'didn't have to fake anything' while filming 'completely naked' in the Welsh countryside

Hot and heavy: The actress, 26, claimed they ‘didn’t have to fake anything’ while filming ‘completely naked’ in the Welsh countryside

Asked if her family has seen the film, they joked, ‘They all sat through it and all coped – weirdly I felt more sorry for my flatmates having to sit next to my family while they watched it. But, they are all still talking to me!’

On the show, Graham also welcomes Winston Duke, Michaela Coel, Paul Mescal, Richard Ayoade – with music from Loyle Carner.

Emma and Jack O’Connell are set to make jaws drop in the racy first trailer for the adaptation of the controversial novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover.

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Netflix recently released an insight into the upcoming film, which promises to be every inch as X-rated as the story which sent shockwaves through society.

Hilarious: They said: 'There was a crazy scene where they both dance naked in the rain. For some reason I was like, "Yes, sign me up!"

Wow! 'I think certainly that it was the most exhilarating thing I have ever done in my life'

Hilarious: They said: ‘There was a crazy scene where they both dance naked in the rain. For some reason I was like, “Yes, sign me up!”

Racy: Asked if her family has seen the film, they joked, 'They all sat through it and all coped – weirdly I felt more sorry for my flatmates having to sit next to my family while they watched it'

Racy: Asked if her family has seen the film, they joked, ‘They all sat through it and all coped – weirdly I felt more sorry for my flatmates having to sit next to my family while they watched it’

Viewers will see Lady Constance Chatterley [Emma] embark on an illicit affair with Mellors [Jack] after growing bored of her sexless marriage.

Connie takes a lover after her husband’s war injury prevents him from being physically intimate with her. 

The movie is an adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s classic (and notoriously banned) erotic novel and will premiere on November 25 and on Netflix December 2.

The trailer begins with a scene depicting Lady Chatterley’s wedding to her ailing husband Sir Clifford [Matthew Duckett] before moving into his country estate.

Shocking at the time: Netflix recently released an insight into the upcoming film, which promises to be every inch as X-rated as the story which sent shockwaves through society

Shocking at the time: Netflix recently released an insight into the upcoming film, which promises to be every inch as X-rated as the story which sent shockwaves through society

As Lady Chatterley longs for a more all-consuming relationship, she finds herself on the Mellors’ doorstep – after spotting him standing nude in his garden.

He invites her in and so begins the start of there passionate affair.

Snippets of scenes in the new trailer show barely-clothed Connie and Mellors rolling around in a field as she mounts him in one particularly risque moment.

Wandering eye: Viewers will see Lady Constance Chatterley [Emma] embark on an illicit affair with Mellors [Jack O'Connell] after growing bored of her sexless marriage

Wandering eye: Viewers will see Lady Constance Chatterley [Emma] embark on an illicit affair with Mellors [Jack O’Connell] after growing bored of her sexless marriage

Teasing their fiery relationship, Lady Chatterley says: ‘Such tenderness. I didn’t say you were gentle. I’ve had enough of gentlemen.’

As their passion grows, Lady Chatterley’s husband only becomes more suspicious and demands to know where she has been in one scene.

They are warned: ‘Do you know how badly this could end?’

Making waves: The movie is an adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's classic (and notoriously banned) erotic novel and will premiere on November 25 and on Netflix December 2

Making waves: The movie is an adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s classic (and notoriously banned) erotic novel and will premiere on November 25 and on Netflix December 2

Elsewhere in the film, Joely Richardson also stars as Sir Clifford’s nurse, who can be heard asking who is looking after Connie when she is looking after him.

It comes after, Emma, who uses the pronoun ‘they’, spoke about the freedom of filming naked scenes with Jack in Lady Chatterley’s Lover in an interview with The Cut, which is accompanied by an edgy photoshoot.

They said: ‘I’m so glad that it didn’t feel like gratuitous nudity. We spoke about that a lot when we started rehearsing. 

‘We always wanted any sex scene, or any part of the film, to be totally justified in their experience, and also to evolve. 

New abode: The trailer begins with a scene depicting Lady Chatterley's wedding to her ailing husband Sir Clifford [Matthew Duckett] before moving into his country estate

New abode: The trailer begins with a scene depicting Lady Chatterley’s wedding to her ailing husband Sir Clifford [Matthew Duckett] before moving into his country estate 

Heated: Snippets of scenes in the new trailer show barely-clothed Connie and Mellors rolling around in a field as she mounts him in one particularly risque moment

Heated: Snippets of scenes in the new trailer show barely-clothed Connie and Mellors rolling around in a field as she mounts him in one particularly risque moment

‘The last scene, when Connie goes to Scotland and she knows he’s behind her before he’s there, we filmed that quite near the beginning, and I’d forgotten. When I was watching it for the first time, it really got me.’

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Emma also spoke about the importance of touch in the movie.

They said: ‘I think [touch] was a huge part of it that in COVID everyone felt that lack of intimacy not being able to hug family, or be near people you care about. 

Concerns: Elsewhere in the film, Joely Richardson also stars as Sir Clifford's nurse, who can be heard asking who is looking after Connie when she is looking after him

Concerns: Elsewhere in the film, Joely Richardson also stars as Sir Clifford’s nurse, who can be heard asking who is looking after Connie when she is looking after him

Intimate: One scene shows Emma showering amid her affair with Jack

Intimate: One scene shows Emma showering amid her affair with Jack

‘Connie is so starved of any intimacy, physical intimacy. I wonder if studies have been done now about how people haven’t realized how much we need that. 

‘We need comfort, touch, and intimacy as part of our mental wellbeing and stability.’

Emma continued that intimacy is a common theme in her most recent work.

What's happening? As their passion grows, Lady Chatterley's husband only becomes more suspicious and demands to know where she has been in one scene

What’s happening? As their passion grows, Lady Chatterley’s husband only becomes more suspicious and demands to know where she has been in one scene

Love: The X-rated trailer displayed the passion between Connie and Mellors

Love: The X-rated trailer displayed the passion between Connie and Mellors

They said: ‘There can be so much in a simple touch. In Chatterley, Policeman, The Crown, if you’re going to find a common denominator there, it’s that these women long to be freed within themselves, and recognized, and validated in their sexuality.

‘It’s amazing if you think about how they’re all set at very different periods of time, and yet that is something that is sort of timeless, the need to be wanted, to be desired. 

‘They explore it in very different ways. Connie manages to find that freedom. It grounds her and brings her back to life.’

Close: Constance takes a lover after her husband’s war injury prevents him from being physically intimate with her

Close: Constance takes a lover after her husband’s war injury prevents him from being physically intimate with her

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