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Claire Foy admits she has been eating like a 'giant pig' amid the coronavirus lockdown

'There's been lots of crisps and pizza': Claire Foy admits she has been eating like a 'giant pig' amid the coronavirus lockdownBy Sean

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‘There’s been lots of crisps and pizza’: Claire Foy admits she has been eating like a ‘giant pig’ amid the coronavirus lockdown

Claire Foy has admitted she has been eating like a ‘giant pig’ during the coronavirus lockdown.   

The actress, 36, has revealed she’s turned her hand to life drawing during the health crisis, and has also been over-indulging on food. 

Speaking to The Guardian, she said: ‘I’m looking at stuff on a tiny iPad. It’s just not the same. But there’s also been lots of eating crisps and pizza and drinking beer and essentially becoming a giant pig.’

Quarantine: Claire Foy, 36, has admitted she has been eating like a'giant pig' during the coronavirus lockdown (pictured in February 2020)

Quarantine: Claire Foy, 36, has admitted she has been eating like a ‘giant pig’ during the coronavirus lockdown (pictured in February 2020) 

The former Crown actress told how her five-year-old daughter, Ivy Rose, recently returned to school.

Claire admitted to being concerned about the prospect of her child growing up ‘in a world where everyone is wearing a face mask’.

She said: ‘She’s back at school. The most important thing for kids at this point is to have contact with other children.

‘I find myself thinking, “Is my child going to grow up in a world where everyone is wearing a face mask?”‘

Claire said:'There's also been lots of eating crisps and pizza and drinking beer and essentially becoming a giant pig' (pictured in February 2017)

Claire said: ‘There’s also been lots of eating crisps and pizza and drinking beer and essentially becoming a giant pig’ (pictured in February 2017) 

Claire added that she has tried to remain ‘calm’ about the prospect as she doesn’t want her daughter to grow up thinking the world is ‘scary’. 

The actress also told how she is concerned about what the theatre industry will look like in a post-lockdown world.

Claire said there is something ‘special’ about theatre and people learn about themselves and society by watching plays. 

It comes after Claire reunited with close friend and The Crown co-star Matt Smith in London on Thursday for a socially distanced rehearsal of theatre show, Lungs.

Parenthood: Claire admitted to being concerned about the prospect of her child growing up'in a world where everyone is wearing a face mask' (pictured in January 2019)

Parenthood: Claire admitted to being concerned about the prospect of her child growing up ‘in a world where everyone is wearing a face mask’ (pictured in January 2019) 

Claire and Matt, 37, will stream their Old Vic theatre show, performing Duncan Macmillan’s comedic play about a couple wrestling with life’s dilemmas. 

It was the first outing for the star since it was claimed her ex-husband Stephen Campbell Moore, 40, is having a baby with Keeler actress Sophie Cookson, 30. 

Claire and Stephen, who is father to Ivy Rose, announced their four-year marriage was over in February 2019 while he has been with Sophie for 18 months. 

It was reported that Claire and ex-husband Stephen had parted long before they released their joint statement.

Future: The actress also told how she is concerned about what the theatre industry will look like in a post-lockdown world (pictured in January 2019)

Future: The actress also told how she is concerned about what the theatre industry will look like in a post-lockdown world (pictured in January 2019) 

‘We have separated and have been for some time,’ they said. ‘We do however continue as great friends with the utmost respect for one another.’

A source also told The Sun: ‘After seven years together this came as a real shock to many of their friends, but they’re lovely people and are determined to keep everything civilized.

‘Obviously it has been a very sad period for both of them, and for their wider families. But they are wonderful parents, intelligent and both successful in their own right.’ 

Work: It comes after Claire reunited with close friend Matt Smith in London on Thursday for a socially distanced rehearsal of theatre show, Lungs (pictured in October 2019)

Work: It comes after Claire reunited with close friend Matt Smith in London on Thursday for a socially distanced rehearsal of theatre show, Lungs (pictured in October 2019) 

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