Milly Alcock is recently came into limelight who plays Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen aka the Realm’s Delight is one many viewers have come to love as the series has progressed, house of the dragon. However, the actress’ run on the series is nearing its end and Alcock has taken to social media to share her thoughts. Emma D’Arcy is set to take over for the actress who played Rhaenyra, as the series moves to feature older characters. Alcock shared a number of behind-the-scenes images on Instagram ahead of her final episode. The photos capture heartwarming moments between Alcock and Carey (who will be replaced by Olivia Cooke), including a touching hug goodbye.
Milly Alcock Ethnicity
Milly Alcock raised in Sydney, Australia. She has two brothers. Her mother name is, Emma, and father name is not known. She belongs to mixed to Ethnicity.
Milly Alcock Father And Mother
Alcock and her family used to live in Sydney where she picked up odd jobs to help make ends meet. Now, she resides in London; first staying in Primrose Hill then moving to an East London flat.
As per her education, she attended the local Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, but dropped out in 2018 when she was cast in Upright.
Milly Alcock Personal Life
Milly is a very private person and does not share much about her personal life with the public. She is very good at keeping her professional and personal life separate. Milly never talks about her personal life in interviews and she prefers to keep her private life out of the public eye.
There has been no confirmation from Milly whether she is dating Ari, so we can’t be sure if they are just friends or if they were dating in the past. Moreover, she is very active on social media platforms and has million of followers there.
Milly Alcock Career
Milly Alcock starred on the Disney Channel in Australia from 2015 to 2017, presenting on the short-form series B.F. Chefs and Hanging With. Alcock’s first big break came in 2017 when she was cast as Isabella Barrett in the web mini-series High Life. ABC Television then cast her in the drama series Janet King, marking Alcock’s first time being billed as a lead actress.
Alcock’s following year was eventful, to say the least. She played Maya Nordenfelt in Showcase drama Fighting Season. Additionally, Alcock had a role in the sixth and final series of A Place to Call Home as Emma Carvolth. And if that weren’t enough, she appeared in the Netflix series Pine Gap as Marissa Campbell and alsoABC series Les Norton as Sian Galese.