Harry Styles Once Looked After Emma Corrin's Dog. She Explained Why It Never Happened Again.

    "The thing I love about this is that my dog has no idea."

    If you've been on the internet at all in the last week, it's likely that you've seen people talking about Emma Corrin, the newest addition to the cast of Season 4 of The Crown, which dropped on Netflix on Sunday.

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    The whole season is pretty spectacular, but basically all anyone can talk about is Emma's portrayal of Diana Spencer in the show's first glimpse of Princess Di.

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    So when Emma appeared on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, she obviously spoke a little bit about her time on The Crown — but she also revealed she has another claim to fame.

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    Namely that none other than Harry Styles once looked after her dog for an evening.

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    Apparently Emma needed someone to take care of her dog — whose name is Spencer — while she went out for dinner one night, and Harry just happened to live nearby.

    Then Emma explained why she thinks Harry hasn't offered to dogsit again since then — and I won't lie, it made me chuckle.

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    Emma explained: "I think it's because halfway through the meal I got a message that just said, 'He won't stop farting. Is this normal?'"

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    "Was it from Spencer or from Harry?" Jimmy joked in response.

    To which Emma laughed: "From Spencer. 'Emma, I'm not doing this again!'"

    Of course, the interview didn't end there. Emma also took the time to give Jimmy some advice on how to do the perfect impression of Prince Charles.

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    "I spent a long time on set trying to copy Josh [O'Connor]," she said.

    She went on to explain: "The thing they say is if you want to say 'yes' — if you want to get into his voice — you say the word 'ears.' And that's how you're saying 'yes,' basically."

    You can watch Emma's Tonight Show interview in full here:

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    Ellie Bate is a celebrity reporter and talent coordinator at BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

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