What are Bella Ramsey's pronouns? What you need to know

What are Bella Ramsey’s pronouns? What you need to know

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You may recognize actor Bella Ramsey from shows like Game of Thrones and The Worst Witch, but now the child star is Ellie Williams on HBO’s show The Last of Us. Based on the video game of the same name, the show also stars Game of Thrones actor Pedro Pascal and has been critically acclaimed.

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Aside from Bella’s stunning performance, fans are talking about her latest interview with The New York Times. What are Bella Ramsey’s pronouns? Here’s what you need to know.

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What are Bella Ramsey’s pronouns?

In a recent interview with The New York Times, the young actor opened up about his gender identity. “I think my gender has always been very fluid. If someone called me ‘she’ or ‘she,’ I didn’t think about it, but someone called me ‘he.’ I knew it would be a little exciting.

Bella added that given the choice, she would choose “non-binary” on the form of her gender identity.

However, when it comes to pronouns, Bella explains that she doesn’t have a preference. “I am only human,” she said.

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Bella recently spoke out about Ellie’s sexuality and gender identity on “The Last of Us.”

As fans of the game already know, Bella’s character, Ellie, is genuinely in love with her best friend, Riley (played in the series by actress Storm Reed). Showrunners Craig Mazin and Bella Ramsey discussed the importance of Ellie’s sexuality being “candid” on her TV series on Yahoo!. entertainment.

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“No spoilers. Ellie is a lesbian,” confirms Craig. “That’s exactly what it is. We benefited when Neil showed something like that. [Druckmann, the game creator] I didn’t have one when he made the game. We have it all.” When asked if Bella’s own gender identity influenced Ellie, she opened up about their similarities and differences.

Bella Ramsey as Ellie Williams in The Last of Us.

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“The pronoun thing for me is that I don’t care,” Bella says. She just exists and I feel like I’m just undefined and unlabeled as a person and I think that’s what’s cool about Ellie I don’t see any change.

So, folks, that’s it! Catch Bella in the new episode of The Last of Us, which airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on HBO and HBO Max.

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