Like most professional actresses, Anna Popplewell insisted on the use of a body double for certain film scenes.
Unlike most actresses, it wasn't because of insecurities about her appearance.
Because only Georgie would wear Wonder Woman knickers under a gown like that, to a royal movie premiere.
Ben has always been like an older brother to her, just like Will, and she never could have imagined even seeing him this way—let alone having this reaction to it.
Anna plays Susan Pevensie, the second-eldest of four siblings sent away from home during the Second World War who stumble upon a wardrobe that gives them access to the magical world of Narnia.
Her elder brother, Peter, is played by an 18-year-old A-Level student, William Moseley.
Despite working together intensively, they insist that there was no romance."I love little Anna, but we've got so much respect for each other and we really quickly fell into the roles of brother and sister as soon as we started filming," says Moseley. "I don't think I'm going to reveal if I have a girlfriend."He might only be 18, but Moseley has already mastered the perfect film star response.
Since leaving “Narnia,” William has continued acting regularly but has appeared mainly in short films and indies, with starring roles in “Run” and “The Silent Mountain.” Next, he’ll star in the postapocalyptic drama “The Veil” and join Elizabeth Hurley in a TV movie, “The Royals.” Anna is now a lead on the CW series “Reign”; the second season premiered earlier this month.
"She'll be world leader soon."In addition to being a talented young actress - her previous films include Girl with a Pearl Earring and Mansfield Park - Anna is the granddaughter of the former High Court judge Sir Oliver Popplewell.
Her father, Andrew, is a barrister and her mother, Debra, an immunologist.
But lying here, tied to her bed with a stuffed panda looking at him reproachfully, he still feels pretty guilty.