Humayun Saeed Cheers ‘Crown’ Co-Star Elizabeth Debicki on Golden Globe Win

“Truly well-deserved. It was a pleasure working with you.”

Superstar Humayun Saeed took to Twitter to celebrate his co-star Elizabeth Debicki’s triumph at the esteemed Golden Globe Awards.

Elizabeth Debicki, acclaimed for her portrayal of the late Princess Diana in Netflix’s royal drama The Crown, secured the award for Best Supporting Actress on Television.

In a heartfelt post, Humayun Saeed expressed his joy and admiration for Debicki’s well-deserved achievement. Sharing a snapshot of the talented actress from the award ceremony, Saeed tweeted,

Many congratulations to Elizabeth on winning the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in TV for ‘The Crown.’ Truly well-deserved. It was a pleasure working with you. Sending love and best wishes.

During her acceptance speech, Elizabeth Debicki expressed gratitude to The Crown’s creative minds for entrusting her with the iconic role. She acknowledged the cast, crew, and playfully thanked her partner Kristian, despite his request to avoid being mentioned on television. The actress dedicated the award to her beloved Godmother, who departed this world too soon.

Elizabeth Debicki’s portrayal of Princess Diana in The Crown has received widespread acclaim, and her Golden Globe win adds another accolade to her illustrious career. Last year, Debicki showered praise on Humayun Saeed, describing him as a lovely actor and a beautiful person.

“I absolutely adored Humayun — he was such a lovely actor and such a beautiful person,” she shared in an interview. “You never know how that’s going to feel when you’re playing things like that with an actor. So I was very lucky to have him, and I think he does such a beautiful job,” she remarked.

Humayun Saeed joined the cast as Dr. Hasnat Khan, a British-Pakistani heart surgeon with whom Princess Diana had a secret two-year-long relationship.

The latest storyline of The Crown delved into the intricacies of Diana and Hasnat’s relationship. The ‘People’s Princess’ is said to have described Hasnat Khan as ‘Mr Wonderful,’ and in May 1996, she even visited his family in Lahore.

Diana’s friends reportedly described Hasnat as the “love of her life,” expressing her distress when he ended their relationship in June 1997. Dr. Hasnat attended Princess Diana’s funeral ceremony as well.