Actress Milly Alcock of “House of the Dragon” believes the show’s unexpected fame is “straining.”

Actress Milly Alcock of “House of the Dragon” claims that she does not like being in the spotlight. The Australian actress has taken on her largest role to date in “Dragon,” and she has swiftly won over the audience. Alcock admitted to Nylon that she experiences anxiety and finds it “straining” to see her face everywhere. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Actress Milly Alcock of “House of the Dragon” has admitted that she finds the show’s fast rise to fame “straining.”

Despite not being the Australian actor’s first part, the “Game of Thrones” prequel is her largest to date, and she has already won over fans with her portrayal of the child princess Rhaenyra Targaryen.

during an interview with Nylon magazine Alcock, however, claimed that she hasn’t like being in the spotlight.

The actor stated, “I’m trying not to look at it and try not to engage with it because it doesn’t benefit me. It simply causes me great anxiety. It’s difficult for me to continually see my face. That shouldn’t be required of anyone. It’s terrible, man. I don’t understand how the world’s socialites manage to do it. I’m kind like going crazy over it. It’s really challenging to move around in there.

Alcock explained that because she doesn’t know many actors or famous people, she can’t really talk to them about it.

She claimed, “I honestly don’t know anyone who’s kind of gone through what I’m going through. “It’s funny because none of my family members are involved in the arts in any way, and all of my friends are pretty typical and go to university and just do very basic stuff. You sort of feel like you’re simply peering through the looking glass because it feels like someone has opened Pandora’s box. It has an Alice in Wonderland feel about it. It’s absolutely bizarre.