The year-old actress told The Sun about her difficult time at school ahead of the premiere of her period drama Howard's End this weekend.
Hayley revealed that bullies used to call her 'Hayley Fatwell', but that she feels she's had the last laugh as her curvaceous figure is nothing to be ashamed of. Hayley is seen romping passionately with Eddie Redmayne in the raunchy clip Intense: Her co-star also had no complaints either, as the scene sees the pair clinched in an explicit romp in the historical series that originally aired seven years ago Fiery: The miniseries, that is centred around the novel of the same name, centred on the construction of a cathedral in the fictional town of Kingsbridge during a tumultuous period of English history known as The Anarchy in the 12th century She said: It's simply that most other actresses are really, stupidly tiny.
Plus I love how expressive my body is. I've always been a big believer in what you don't see being much sexier than what you do. The throes of passion: Hayley's character Aliena throws her head back in ecstasy as Eddie's Jack makes love to her by candlelight in the historical series that originally aired seven years ago Lovers: It seems that the show often became X-Rated, going by the saucy stills of the actors in action History: Hayley is no stranger to a lush period drama, appearing opposite Keira Knightley in The Duchess in Proud: Hayley revealed that bullies used to call her 'Hayley Fatwell', but that she feels she's had the last laugh as her curvaceous figure is nothing to be ashamed of Hayley added that she would try and see if her peers had any other issues as to why they were bullying her, and had thought over what she would say to one of the bullies should she encounter them again.
The star also made the shocking revelation that she was similarly mocked by an unnamed producer. She claimed he told her: Stop eating so much. The screen starlet added that she combatted her peers nasty comments by being 'empathetic' towards them, though she still tries to avoid thinking about seeing them again Tough girl: The brunette beauty is most known for her role as Agent Carter in the self-titled TV series and the Captain American film trilogy Fabulous: The British screen star will next appear in the four-part adaptation of the E.
Forster novel, which documents 'The social and class divisions in early 20th century England through the intersection of three families - the wealthy Wilcoxes, the gentle and idealistic Schlegels and the lower-middle class Basts,' according to IMDB.
The classic novel has previously been adapted into a film, which won Emma Thompson an Academy Award for Best Actress. An earlier version of this article suggested that Ms Atwell made the allegations of insults against Mr Weinstein.
We now understand that this is not the case and that the allegations were instead made against an unrelated third party. We apologise for the misunderstanding.