Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan is dubbed an ‘icon’ FOR making a ‘clever’ comeback to nudity question

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Bridgerton’s Nicola Coughlan has been hailed an ‘icon’ for her ‘clever’ comeback to a question about nudity as she took part in a promotional event for the Netflix series.

PRIOR THE BACKHAND COMMENT SHE MADE

The 37-year-old actress plays Penelope Featherington in the hit show which returns for part two of series three on Wednesday – with a promise of more racy scenes, including a naked s*x scene featuring Nicola.

The third series focuses on her steamy relationship with Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton). 

During a special screening Q&A in Dublin about the new episodes, a female journalist commented that she was ‘very brave’ to play the role of Penelope Featherington – which some fans branded a ‘backhanded comment’. 

THE ‘ICONIC’ RESPONSE SHE GAVE

And in a video captured by Goss.ie, Nicola then brilliantly responded saying: ‘You know, it is hard because I think women with my body type – women with perfect breasts – we don’t get to see ourselves onscreen enough!

‘And I’m very proud as a member of the perfect breasts community. I hope you enjoy seeing them.’

FANS LOVE EVERY BIT OF IT

Fans of the star were quick to respond to the moment that has begun circulating on social media as they said: ‘It must have been one of those insulting, backhanded comments. Nicola’s clever!’

‘Great response, shame we don’t see Luke’s reaction lol’,

‘Brilliant! Next question!’

‘icon behavior’,

‘She’s my queen’ .

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