For exams, I swotted so hard because I couldn't bear the thought of not coming first.
I love clothes but it's a struggle for me to get out of jeans and a baggy jumper.
Boarding school in Tring was a bit of a bubble that burst when I went to Hackney to go to drama school.
I love to start the morning with a mist spray, especially after a night out.
I really have been lucky because I've always had a very healthy attitude to my body.
In regards to your love life, you're just entering into a whole of pain if you talk about it. If you've never said anything, there are no sound bites to haunt you when you're crying into a box of Kleenex after it all goes wrong.
I'm learning a lot about how to be one of the 'good' actors. You'd hope that it's natural to be a good person, and kind, but I'm learning how to deal with long, sometimes boring days.
Any kid in the world can draw from strengths within - we all have the potential with that.
When people feel good, they look good.
I used to go to musicals every birthday - that was my birthday present. We'd go to London, me and my two brothers and mum and dad. I think I saw 'Mamma Mia' about five times.
I don't like seeing celebs looking too skinny, I love it when they look healthy and comfortable in their bodies and embrace their curves.
My first paid role was my first job out of drama school, which was 'Just William.' It was a BBC TV show. I played Ethel.
I played Nina in 'The Seagull,' and I remember thinking it's incredible to see all the actresses in the past that've played her. It's quite strengthening. You feel a part of the family of actresses going through and giving something of themselves to the role.
I treated myself to a £700 Chloe bag after one of my first acting jobs. Then my friends pointed out that, for the same money, I could buy a flight to India. So I took it back.
My mom passed down to me her old Levi's denim jacket. When I left it on a plane, I was devastated. I've never been able to find anything with quite the same cool, faded look.
The world of the flapper - live free, wild and young - that energy is intoxicating. It's nice to inject that into the more controlled 'Downton' way of living.
I really want to play interesting roles, but you want to work, so it's a balancing game.
It's so hard coming out of drama school to claim your right to be taken seriously and even get auditions.
The first Disney movie I saw I think was 'Snow White.' I loved all the Disney princess movies.
I think it's probably best to work out in the morning to get it out of the way. My ultimate top tip is to drag yourself, even if you have to roll yourself out of your bed and in to a sit-up - it's really not that bad once you start.