“The other day I had a conversation with a girl, and she said she wanted to have sex with me,” Nynadie Williams, who plays the young queen on the BBC show “Fingers,” told EW.
“And I thought, this is going to be so fucking amazing.”
Williams, 24, who is also starring on ABC’s “Masterchef” and ABC’s upcoming “Black Mirror,” has long been rumored to be in a romantic relationship with fellow star Olivia Colman.
In fact, the two actors first met during filming of “The Queen,” a new series from the BBC’s Utopia, where they play a couple trying to navigate the confusing world of high tech dating.
The “Finger” star also revealed that her relationship with Colman, who played a queen in the British series, was a romantic one, and not a one-sided affair.
“I had been dating for three years and it was so awesome, it was like a dream,” she said.
“But she was the one who said, ‘I’m not sure I can do this with you.'”
The actress and her “Queen” co-star Olivia Colmans (L) in the Season 2 episode of “Fences” (ABC)Nynaevel’s ‘Sophie’ star on the show in London on February 1, 2018.
Credit: ABC via Getty Images”I was just so blown away by it, and it’s like, ‘OK, well then let’s just do it.
Let’s do this.’
But I had to go to my first audition,” she continued.
“Because I didn’t have a contract and I had been in this position for so long that I had really, really been used to.
It was really, honestly, the most amazing experience.”
Williams was just as thrilled about working with Colmans, whom she met on the set of “Queen.”
“She is so incredibly beautiful,” she told EW of the Queen star.
“I’ve always been a big fan of her.
And I am so grateful to her for being able to do that.””
Sophia” star Sophie Turner on the series in London, February 1.
Credit/ ABC viaGetty ImagesWhile “Sophies” is an upcoming show that will be based on the British show, “Flesh,” Williams was thrilled to be cast in the role of the queen in a new show that she’s excited to get to work on.
“When I was auditioning for the part of Sophie, I was like, I’m so stoked, and I’m like, this will be great,” she shared.
“It’s just a fantastic, magical moment.”
Williams said she’s been looking forward to working with the Queen since her role in the BBC series.
“She’s so amazing,” she added.
“She’s the queen of love, and this is the Queen of Love.”