I have added more photos of Camilla from her In Love cover shoot!
Sari Cohen: What does the word beauty mean to you?
Camilla Luddington: I think the word changes for me as I get older and experience different things. Currently, beauty to me is innocence. My daughter is still a baby and there is nothing more beautiful than her joy when she continues to discover the world around her.
Do you think the fashion helped you get into the character of Kate Middleton in William & Kate?
I remember being told we had more costume changes for Kate than for Carrie Bradshaw’s in the Sex and the City movie. It absolutely helped me. Many of her outfits had already become iconic at that time, so recreating looks and getting a sense of what she chose to wear also gave me a sense of who she was as a person.
Do you have any staple items you love to wear on red carpets?
I didn’t before, but my fiancé got me a gold bracelet after I gave birth to Hayden with an ‘H’ initial on it. Now, I always wear it on the carpet. I’ll wear that and my engagement ring.
Can you share with me what inspires you as an artist to create?
Struggle inspires me. For years I used to oil paint and it was like therapy for me. When I was conflicted, or struggling over something, I found it cathartic to go buy a new canvas and just paint something.
I personally, was a huge fan of True Blood. Do you have a favorite memory of working on that show?
I remember walking onto the set for the first time. It was a huge circus tent where the ‘faeries’ lived. People were doing acrobatics, and everyone was dressed in crazy Moulin Rouge-esque costumes. I remember just being so excited. It was my first time stepping onto a show that had mystical creatures and magic. I didn’t feel like I was at work. I felt like a kid who was getting to play make-believe again.
What would be your ultimate dream job or person you would love to work with?
I would love to work on Game of Thrones. They only have one season left so I think I’ve missed the boat there, but I’d happily get eaten by a dragon to be on set for a day. <<Read More>>