Since he made hearts swoon emerging from a lake in breeches and a dripping wet cotton shirt as dashing Mr Darcy in the BBC’s Pride And Prejudice.

Colin Firth has come to be seen as the quintessential Englishman.
However, I can reveal that the 56-year-old, who won the Best Actor Oscar for his performance as George VI in The King’s Speech, wants to become an Italian.
In a fit of pique after Britain voted to leave the European Union, Mamma Mia! star Firth has applied to the Italian embassy in London for citizenship of our fellow EU country.
‘Colin was horrified by Brexit and is worried about the consequences,’ a source tells me.
Firth’s spokesman confirmed: ‘Colin applied for dual citizenship (British and Italian) in order to have the same passports as his wife and children.’

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