Emma Corrin, known for playing Princess Diana on 'The Crown,' alludes to being non-binary by updating their pronouns on their Instagram bio
- Emma Corrin, best known for playing Princess Diana on Netflix's "The Crown," now goes by she/they pronouns.
- Corrin has updated their Instagram bio to reflect their new pronouns.
- They also shared three black-and-white snapshots of their chest-binding journey on Instagram.
Emma Corrin, best known for playing the late Princess Diana on Netflix's "The Crown," now goes by she/they pronouns.
Corrin this week shared three black-and-white snapshots of themselves in a makeshift binder and wrote on Instagram about their "journey" with chest binding, the act of flattening one's chest using garments specifically designed for the purpose.
Their Instagram bio has also been updated to reflect she/they pronouns, as seen by Insider.
"Some time before I bought my first proper binder," Corrin wrote in the post's caption, tagging photographer David Simon. "We used boxing wrap, thanks for capturing this with me, very intimate, very new, very cool. It's all a journey right. Lots of twists and turns and change and that's ok! Embrace it."
Corrin also advised people to "bind safely" and find a method that works for them. They tagged two binder manufacturers in the post, including trans-owned company GC2B and UK-based company Spectrum Outfitters.
This is not the first time Corrin has alluded to being part of the queer community. They shared a snap of themselves in April, captioned "ur fave queer bride."
Corrin joins a list of many big names who have opted to use gender-neutral pronouns to better reflect their identity. Most recently, singer Demi Lovato announced in May that they identify as non-binary, and will be known by they/them pronouns.
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