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The 32-year-old British actress won Female Actor in a Drama Series for her role as Queen Elizabeth in the Netflix series.
She started her speech by thanking everyone and said the night was for actors before singling out Matt Smith who stars as her on-screen husband Prince Philip.
Claire began: “This is a night for actors. I love them. I’m very honoured to be one.
“One actor in particular I’m going to embarrass, Matt Smith."
The camera then showed Matt, 34, looking delighted to have got the shout-out from Claire as he sat in the audience.
Claire Foy dedicated her win to her The Crown co-star Matt Smith
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Matt Smith looked delighted to get the shout-out from Claire Foy
You’re not only a really spontaneous, exciting incredibly talented actor but you’re also my friend Matt
Claire continued: “You’re not only a really spontaneous, exciting incredibly talented actor but you’re also my friend Matt and thank you for making this job a joy and for making me laugh."
“I love you very much,” she added.
Earlier on in the evening, the two were pictured very cosy as they reunited on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony.
The cast of the Netflix show is also nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in Drama Series.
The pair seemed relaxed and happy in each other's company as they walked the red carpet
The Crown: Netflix's new royal drama
Wed, October 5, 2016
Netflix's new royal drama stars Claire Foy as the young monarch and Matt Smith as Prince Philip. The 10-part series focusses on the first days of Elizabeth's reign as Queen as well as her struggle to maintain her marriage.
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Claire Foy admits she has a new respect for the Queen and Prince Phillip after staring in the series
Claire Foy won a SAG award for her role in The Crown as Queen Elizabeth
The blonde beauty – who has won a Golden Globe for her role – will be departing the hit series once the next chapter of the reigning monarch’s biographical tale has aired as the drama will undergo a huge overhaul.
The show's writer Peter Morgan has plotted out six seasons with each one set to cover a decade of the Queen’s life.
New actors will play the Royals in seasons three and four whilst older ones will replace them for seasons five and six.
Meanwhile, other winners on the night include Orange Is The New Black who won an award for Ensemble in a Comedy Series and Sarah Paulson has won Female Actor in a Limited Series for her role as Marcia Clark in The People v. O.J Simpson.