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fans as the fall finale features Weeping Angels saying hello to Manhattan and the Ponds saying goodbye to the Doctor. — daughter River Song will have one last hurrah in the Big Apple, and if the thought of Alex Kingston‘s departure makes you want to blink and let the angels get you, I implore you to stand strong. because Blanche is in love with Lady Portia Alresford, who just happens to write a thinly veiled memoir about their lesbian exploits together. Kingston chatted to The Daily Beast earlier this week about her role.
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Later credits include the recurring role of River Song in the BBC science fiction series Doctor Who (2008–2015), Mrs.
Bennet in the ITV1 period-drama fantasy Lost in Austen (2008) and Dinah Drake Lance in The CW's Superhero fiction drama series Arrow (2013-2016).
Her sisters are Susie, who is mentally and physically disabled as a result of being deprived of oxygen at birth, and Nicola, a former actress who appeared in the 1996 British TV production of The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Moll Flanders, in which Kingston starred.
Kingston was inspired to pursue acting by one of her teachers at Rosebery School for Girls.
“I’m really possessive over Alex,” Smith had told a Comic Con audience previously – but evidently showrunner Steven Moffat wasn’t listening, as the Christmas Day special will see Kingston star alongside Smith’s successor.