Updated May 09, 2019 09:52:56What you need the ABC to know to cover this story:The ABC’s Anna Mather has spoken to the star of the hit show, Daisy Ridley.
Daisy Ridley was born in London and raised in Queensland, where she grew up.
Her father, John Ridley, was a police detective and her mother, Sarah Ridley (who was a nurse), worked as a GP.
“I grew up very Catholic,” she told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“My mum was a Catholic and my dad was a Roman Catholic.”
It was always an issue of what you did as a child and what you wanted to do as a young child.
“When I was five or six years old, I was very close with my brother.
I went out to a friend’s house and I said, ‘I think you need some underwear and a bikini.
It’s hot outside and you’ve got to be naked.'””
And my brother said, oh no, you can’t do that.
I said to him, ‘You’re right.
Daisy’s father had a hard time adjusting to his daughter’s new lifestyle.
“My dad was very religious and he always wanted me to follow the Bible,” she said.
“He was really strict and he thought, ‘What is the Bible?'”
I think the thing about it is, when you grow up in a family like mine, you grow to really respect the Bible.
“You understand that we have different opinions on things and the Bible has to be the one.”
And then you go to the supermarket and you have to choose between something that’s good for you and something that doesn’t.
“So I think the Bible was always very important.”
Daisy is currently in the process of converting to Christianity.
She told the ABC she was raised in a “very loving and supportive” family.
“We were never separated.
I was a very happy and healthy kid,” she added.”
They just wanted me as a little girl and I was always happy, because I was doing my homework, so I was good.”
But the Bible is about love and respect and I’m so proud of that.