The Sun : Normal People’s Daisy Edgar-Jones reveals ‘no-go areas’ in BBC sex scenes and the raunchy moments that were ‘freestyled’

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NORMAL People's Daisy Edgar-Jones reveals the 'no-go areas' when filming sex scenes.

Since the show debuted on BBC it has certainly got everyone talking and one of the reasons for that is the number of raunchy scenes that are involved.

Daisy Edgar-Jones spoke of the process behind shooting her racy sex scenes

Daisy, 21, plays Marianne Sheridan, one half of a beautiful love story with Paul Mescal's character Connell Waldron, reveals that they have more clothes when filming the racy scenes than you might think.

Daisy appeared on Elizabeth Day's How To Fail podcast, and opened up on the help they get from sex coordiator Ita O'Brien and the process behind shooting the intimate scenes.

She explained: "Ita would make sure Paul and I would discuss the boundaries and what we were and were not comfortable with.

"We also agreed on touch and would say, 'this area is fine but please stay off this area,' or, 'I don't feel comfortable with this.'"

Daisy said she and Paul Mescal only take their clothes off for long-range shots

The star went on to describe the emotional aspects of the sex scenes, adding: "There was always a purpose to those scenes, for example, Connell and Marianne's first time is about Marianne being made to feel safe by Connell and I just love the idea that she asks for protection as I have never seen that in scenes."

The former Cold Feet star stated that they stripped for the wider shots and for the rest of the time she had her clothes on.

Daisy revealed: "Depending on what shots they were filming we were allowed to wear modesty gear so for a large amount of it we were fully clothed.

"Then for the wide shot we would make sure we felt comfortable and there was enough protection as possible and then yeah, from action to cut we were able to freestyle knowing what the boundaries were and we were able to act the scene."


Daisy plays Marianne Sheridan in BBC's Normal People[/caption]

Fans will be pleased to hear that it is likely Normal People will get a second season, as they can the author of the book the series is based on, Sally Rooney.

An insider told The Mirror: "The BBC are desperate to get going on series two. The viewing numbers are huge and they want more of the same.

"They want to strike while the iron is hot and get working on the series as soon as possible."

The source continued: "Their hope is to roll out the series in a similar time frame to Killing Eve. But it all depends on if they can get Sally Rooney on board."

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