Jodie Comer frolics naked on a bed in a raunchy scene for a historical drama – a YEAR before finding international stardom on Killing Eve

In unearthed footage from 2017 the actress is seen taking part in a VERY steamy love scene in American series The White Princess

JODIE Comer can be seen frolicking naked on a bed in a VERY raunchy scene for a historical drama - a YEAR before finding international stardom on the hit BBC show Killing Eve.

In unearthed footage from 2017, the Brit actress, 26, can be seen stripping off for a steamy sex scene in American series The White Princess.

In the sexy clip she is seen stripping off for her hunky co-star Jacob Collins-Levy.

He can be seen ripping off her corset before having his way with her on a four-poster bed.

The pair can then be seen writhing on the sheets together.

The eight-episode US show was a sequel to the BBC TV mini-series The White Queen.

It focused on the marriage of Henry VII (Jacob) and Elizabeth of York (Jodie) and how it effectively ended the War of the Roses by uniting the houses of Lancaster and York.

The show was a far cry from Killing Eve, where Jodie plays cold-blooded ­bisexual assassin Villanelle.

The part has launched Jodie to international fame, and she has now become one of the most sort after TV actresses in the world.
It comes as Jodie admitted that she often worries about her weight and the need to “look a certain way” when going for roles.

Speaking to Elle Magazine she said that talent alone will not necessarily win jobs, with appearance also a major factor.

She added: “The reason for getting a part or not isn’t always about talent or how talented people think you are; a lot of it’s about your looks.
"Always worrying about the way you look or your weight for certain roles — that has always been a big insecurity of mine.”

Jodie added: "Growing up as a teen, I always struggled with my weight and body image.

"What I'm trying to do - and I feel like I'm succeeding a little bit in - is to be accepting of the fact that ... I always put a stress on myself having to look a certain way, when you are who you are."

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