Felicity Jones feels ''proud'' of herself for her career achievements.

The 34-year-old actress has starred in flicks including 'The Theory of Everything' and 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story', as well as earning herself nominations from the Golden Globes and BAFTAs, and has said she feels ''fantastic'' to be ''in [her] stride'' when it comes to her career.

When asked by Vanity Fair magazine how she feels about turning 35 next month, Felicity said: ''It's fantastic to feel like you're in your stride and in your profession, and to be able to enjoy it. You've had so long trying to get there, and the next challenge is to then take pride in it, own up to it. To accept that it's OK to feel proud of yourself.''

Life is good for the 'A Monster Calls' actress - who won the BAFTA for British Artist of the year in 2016 - outside of her career too, as in July it was reported she had tied the knot with British director Charles Guard.

The couple are said to have become husband and wife in a secret ceremony at Sudeley Castle in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire, in front of guests including A-list pals Eddie Redmayne - who Felicity starred with in 'The Theory of Everything' - and Tom Hanks.

Felicity and Charles, 45, have kept their romance very private in the time they have been together, but the actress did once open up about relationships and romance.

She said previously: ''I am definitely romantic and I love romantic stories - that's why I keep making romantic movies.

''It's funny how seeing a love story never gets boring because it's the dream isn't it? It's the dream to have a true connection with another human being.''

Felicity's marriage to Charles comes after she split from her last partner, sculptor Ed Fornieles, in 2013 after a decade of dating.