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I'm not posh or common, I'm in between.
When I first left drama school, I was too posh for the working-class parts and not posh enough for the upper-class roles. You know what England is like: the gradations of accent and how you're judged by them are still there. I discovered that to get a break you have to lie about where you're from.
It's quite confusing being one of the less wealthy people at a posh place.
Cambridge was a joy. Tediously. People reading books in a posh place. It was my fantasy. I loved it. I miss it still.
I often buy myself presents. Sometimes I will spend $100,000 in one day in a posh boutique.
Most people live in the city and go to the country at the weekend, and that's posh and aristocratic, but actually to live in the country and come to London when you can't take it any more is different.
Being a posh actor in England you cannot escape the class-typing from whatever side you look at it.
I was obsessed with the Spice Girls! I always wanted to be Sporty. Or Posh, but I wasn't pretty enough.
I've enjoyed many camping holidays with my sister and her children, but we're pretty posh campers.
Of course, I loved the Spice Girls. I loved Geri and Baby, but who liked Posh Spice? They said I looked like her, and I said: 'That's not cool, that's really mean.'
Whether you like the look or not, that tailcoat is a tough shell, a suit of armour. The posh boy is a hardy species.
There's a difference between being posh and being rich.
What has happened to the good old-fashioned travel agent? I want to go to a really posh travel agent and have them organise everything for me. I don't want to do things on the Internet.
When people accuse me of being really posh, I think, 'Hang on a minute - no, I'm not!'
I'm not posh, not in the slightest. My parents spent some money on my education, but I wasn't born to the purple.
I don't go to royal parties or play polo on horseback. No, I don't hang out with the posh crowd, if that makes sense.
My parents didn't have a lot of money when I was growing up. We were comfortable, but I didn't go to Oxbridge, and yet every American interviewer I get says to me, 'You're related to Charles II! Your grandfather was a baronet!' And it's infuriating, because that is a part of my history, but you're trying to turn me into a posh boy, and I'm not.
No matter how irrelevant social class now is, even the most eager egalitarian must be quietly proud that the posh English rose is still an industry standard for peerlessly sophisticated beauty.
I certainly never saw myself as posh.
Jack wasn't my type at all. I thought he was too young and too posh, and I told him that. Plus, I couldn't deal with his dodgy bowl-cut. But he wore me down.
I don't like posh hotels. I like small, eclectic hotels, and luxury for me would mean really good company with good food in a really funky, beautiful house in the middle of a field where someone came and serviced the place for us.
I'm not posh at all. I grew up in Sheffield but never managed to pick up the accent - which was careless because there'd be some cache now in being a northern playwright, but I missed out on that one.
I don't think you can get any more working class than me. Everyone seems posh to me.
I don't have a life where it's galas, posh affairs. It's me, my dog and a sofa. And a TV.
I'm finding a lot of actors my age now who are a bit more like me, and not as posh or brought up in a certain way. There's now people of all sorts of kinds of backgrounds.
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