‘Wonder if this will be in The Crown?’ Home and Away’s Emily Symons shares a photo of herself shaking hands with The Queen’s in 2002
She has just finished ‘binge watching’ The Crown on Netflix.
And to mark the occasion, Home and Away’s star Emily Symons has posted a throwback photo of herself shaking Queen Elizabeth’s hand 18 years ago.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the 51-year-old shared the ‘happy’ memory of when The Queen visited the set of British soap Emmerdale in 2002.
What a moment to remember: Emily Symons (pictured), 51, has shared a throwback photo of herself shaking Queen Elizabeth’s hand to celebrate ‘binge watching’ The Crown
At the time, Emily was part of the cast of Emmerdale, playing Louise Appleton.
The Queen toured the fictional town, near Leeds, and was there to witness the filming of a storyline in which the local post office was blown up.
‘Just finished binge watching The Crown. I wonder if this bit will be in the next series?’ Emily joked in the caption of her Instagram post.
Wow! Taking to Instagram, Emily (left) detailed the ‘happy’ memory when The Queen visited the set of UK soap Emmerdale in 2002, where she played Louise Appleton. She toured the fictional town, near Leeds, and was there to witness an explosive storyline being filmed
‘Such happy memories of the day we met The Queen outside The Woolpack!’
It comes after Emily shared a few other behind-the-scenes pictures – this time from the Palm Beach set of Home and Away.
The photos sparked a heated debate earlier this month as fans questioned whether Emily and her co-stars were following social distancing guidelines.
From the set: Home and Away stars Georgie Parker (second from left) and Emily Symons (right) shared some behind-the scenes photos from the set at Palm Beach in Sydney earlier this month. Pictured with Sophie Dillman and Patrick O’Connor
Emily’s photo showed the cast members posing together with a huge group of people in the background. Pictured L-R: Emily, Georgie, Sophie, Ethan Browne, Madeleine Jevic, River Jarvis, and Patrick
‘I do hope this was sometime ago before Covid-19. Can’t see much self-distancing,’ one viewer commented on Instagram.
However, many users thought the photos were ‘beautiful’ and ‘uplifting’.
‘Fantastic photo. It’s great to see so much fun on set,’ one fan commented, while another added: ‘Beautiful, uplifting pic! Such bright beautiful inspiring people.’
Hopeful: However, many users thought the photos were ‘beautiful’ and ‘uplifting’ amid the current struggles in the world