The same year, he starred in Me Before You, the film adaptation of the novel of the same name, in which he played William Traynor.
In a 2012 interview, he said of Haddock, "She's my female counterpart is the best way to describe her. She reminds me of my mum so much which I think - a guy will know, right? Your mum knows like everything." Claflin states that, after he first met her, he called his agent to exclaim that he had just met the woman he wanted to marry.
"We met at an audition for My Week with Marilyn and there was an instant spark.
We found out we had the same agent and then bumped into each other the next morning at [a London Underground] station.
"Literally, Daenerys doesn't smile, Sarah Connor doesn't smile," says Clarke. It's fun." (in theaters June 3, with a trailer arriving Wednesday on usatoday.com), Clarke, 29, plays Louisa Clark, a British small-town working-class girl who loses her café job.