Who is Claire Foy Husband? Is She Married?
Claire Foy is a delightful English stage on-screen actress who shot to fame for portraying the young Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix drama series The Crown, a role that earned her a Golden Globe Award and the Primetime Emmy Award.
She played the title role in the BBC One miniseries Little Dorrit and made her film debut in the American historical fantasy drama Season of the Witch.
Who is Claire Foy husband?
Foy had a relationship with Stephen Campbell Moore. The couple dated for 3 years and in December 2014 they got married. The pair welcomed their daughter, Ivy Rose Moore in March 2015.
However, this couple got separated in February 2018. There were rumors she hooked up with co-star on The Crown, Matt Smtih. She likewise had a boyfriend while in drama school and they graduated together.
Claire Foy, who plays Queen Elizabeth II in the Netflix drama, The Crown, married fellow actor Stephen Campbell Moore in December 2014. The pair met in 2011 while filming Season of the Witch.
In March 2015, Foy gave birth to their daughter, Ivy Rose Moore, later revealing she auditioned for The Crown while heavily pregnant.
The couple filed for divorce in February 2018 after four years of marriage, stating that they had already been separated for some time.
Claire Foy and Matt Smith
The Crown’s Matt Smith and Claire Foy might be dating in real life, something that The Daily Mail alleges could’ve played a part in Matt and Lily’s split. Lily James and Matt Smith dated for five years, and they hadn’t been seen together in months.
The two recently starred in the play Lungs at the Old Vic. They played a married couple discussing the idea of having a child. Claire has been rumored pregnant with a mystery man’s child.
One tabloid, however, claimed the baby’s daddy could be her co-star, Matt Smith. So we don’t know if anything is going on between them. They might really be just close friends.