“I’m very British at heart. When I come to England I say I’m coming home, and then it’s funny when I leave England to go back to LA I also say I’m going back home. So I feel like both places are home, but there’s something about being here that I just feel is so much a part of who I am, and even though I sound American, I love Marmite and beans on toast and tea. I still say the ‘car boot’ and ‘the loo’, I still use a lot of words where people in LA ask ‘what did you just say?’. So I do feel very, very British.”
I think because I’m so close with Sansa I feel that she is like my first love, in a way.
"I’m seriously going to be that crazy lady that’s still showing up to set like ‘AAAhh Where’s Josh!?’"
Sam Claflin discussing ‘Love, Rosie’ and co-star Lily Collins and what it’s like filming a romantic movie
"Fame doesn’t mean much to me… but I love being able to treat my family."