Foy played Queen Elizabeth in the drama and earned a Golden Globe, SAG Award and Emmy nomination, among other accolades, for the part.
She was paid $80 (€64) per day for 10 days of added work after Kevin Spacey was pulled from the film due to numerous allegations made against him.
Olivia Colman, 44, will step in as the queen and Helena Bonham-Carter, 51, will play her sister, Princess Margaret.
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Before her role on "The Crown", Foy appeared in several episodes of United Kingdom drama series "Upstairs Downstairs" and played Anne Boleyn in the Emmy-nominated "Wolf Hall" miniseries.
"Going forward, no one gets paid more than the Queen", Mackie said.
Sadly however, the move won't benefit Claire herself, as the second season of the Netflix show was her last.
We need to use the Claire Foy case to think about the universal implications of the pay gap, and the risky, roundabout ways in which it might be justified. However, what doesn't make sense is Foy didn't receive a significant salary increase for her award-winning performance in the first season.
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Per Variety, it's understood Foy was paid $40,000 per episode for the first two series, where the 33-year-old actress portrayed the monarch during the 1950s and early 1960s.
The Crown is one of the most expensive shows in television history, with an estimated budget of $7 million per episode. In January, it was revealed that Michelle Williams earned 1% of what costar Mark Wahlberg received for re-shooting "All The Money" without Kevin Spacey.
It seems that even the royal family is afflicted by the gender pay gap - or their on-screen equivalents, at least.
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