Daisy Ridley explains a typical British day

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Having lived for 17,636 in Britain, I can promise you that there’s no such thing as a ‘typically British day’, but hey, why argue with long-standing national stereotypes when it’s Daisy Ridley sitting in the chair being utterly charming and playing along with the game.

Daisy Ridley takes us through her “typical” British day. She explains why she eats beans on toast for breakfast, her fear of Black Cabs, and some of her favorite British magazines. OPHELIA is now in theaters and available on VOD and Digital.

Daisy extols the virtues of Weetabix and banana, Heinz baked beans (the musical fruit), gives a shout out to Greggs sausage rolls, curry in Birmingham (open invite Daisy, come any time), freaks out about black cabs and the fake taxi in Luthor and talks about Kat and Zoe on Eastenders. However, just when she pulls a winner out of the bag by saying she watches Hollyoaks, she describes it as taking place in a ‘fictional place called Cheshire‘. Oh Daisy…

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  • Otto Bell (Director) - Jason Weinberg (Producer)
  • English, French, Spanish (Subtitles)
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