Daisy Ridley has told how she believes her Star Wars character Rey is so popular because she 'is a well drawn person who is struggling with things' and 'can't imagine' playing her after the upcoming film.
The actress, 27, has played Rey in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi and will reprise the role again in the upcoming The Rise of Skywalker.
Speaking to British GQ, Daisy also gave her thoughts on the British royal family, admitting she doesn't 'massively care' about them.
Franchise: Daisy Ridley, 27, has told how she believes her Star Wars character Rey is so popular because she 'is a well drawn person who is struggling with things'
While Rey has often been described as a strong character, Daisy believes it's the character's struggles that have made audiences connect with her.
She said: 'There is an interesting conversation that’s happening with this use of ‘"strong“. It’s not because Rey is strong that she’s amazing. It’s all the complexities of a human. It’s because she is a well-drawn person who is struggling with things and you’re with her.'
Asked about the future of her character Rey beyond the upcoming film, Daisy admitted she can't imagine playing her again for the time being but doesn't know what will happen with the character years from now.
Daisy also teased The Rise of Skywalker, saying it was difficult not to get upset during the emotional final scene and she kept crying after director JJ Abrams called cut.
Career: The actress, 27, has played Rey in The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi and will reprise the role again in the upcoming The Rise of Skywalker
The London native also discussed her thoughts on the royal family in the interview and admitted she is not a 'royalist' and added she thinks Buckingham Palace is mostly an unused building.
She said: 'I’m going to tell you something so shocking for Americans but not