The Crown star Emma Corrin shares topless photo of intimate journey

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Emma Corrin, known for depicting Princess Diana in Netflix’s series “The Crown,” detailed early experiences of binding their chest with a topless photo and details of the “journey” around it.

“Some time before I bought my first binder…very intimate, very new, very cool,” Corrin, 25, posted to their 658,000 followers on Instagram.

That makeshift binder, which intends to make a person’s chest appear flattened, was created using boxing wraps, Corrin explained along with black and white photos shot with David-Simon Dayan.

“Lots of twists and turns and change and that’s ok! Embrace it,” Corrin captioned.

Corrin also updated her Instagram bio to include the pronouns “she/they” and has previously captioned pictures of herself in a wedding gown “ur fave queer bride” last April.

In the binding photos, they also noted using LGBTQ and trans-owned business, gc2b, for similar apparel.

In April, Corrin confessed to another intimate experience – holding onto a woman’s clothes to “sniff.”

Spilling over a virtual, booze-filled game of Never Have I Ever with Jessica Alba, “SNL” alum Cecily Strong, Kelly Rowland and Baby2Baby co-founder Kelly Sawyer Patricof during the “Vanity Fair Cocktail Hour Live,” Corrin gulped at the prompt of “Never have I ever kept a partner’s item of clothing so I could sniff it.”

Admitting the partner had knowledge of Corrin’s desire, they responded, “Um, yeah, but I think I’m a very smell-oriented person, and I could do it with jumpers. Jumpers is a good one. Jumpers are sweaters. It’s the most comforting thing you could hug.”

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