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Entertainment TALK OF THE TOWN: Actress Emma Corrin captures the spirit of Diana

04:15  20 september  2020
04:15  20 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess – at least in the hair and fashion sense.

The actress, 24, paired an Oxfam T-shirt with a pair of trendy high-waisted trousers while out at a London farmer’s market.

Emma – who stars in the show with co-star Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles – also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight – who was the Princess of Wales’s hairdresser for seven years before her death.

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a group of people walking down the street: She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess ¿ at least in the hair and fashion sense © Provided by Daily Mail She will star as Princess Diana in the next series of TV series The Crown and Emma Corrin is embracing the charitable spirit of the late princess ¿ at least in the hair and fashion sense Simona Amânar wearing a hat: Emma ¿ who stars in the show with co-star Josh O¿Connor as Prince Charles (pictured together) ¿ also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight © Provided by Daily Mail Emma ¿ who stars in the show with co-star Josh O¿Connor as Prince Charles (pictured together) ¿ also clipped her hair off her face, which has been freshly styled for her new role by Sam McKnight

Speaking to Vogue magazine, Sam admitted ‘it felt weird’ cutting Emma’s hair to emulate his late client.

‘But then it was one of my first jobs after lockdown so I thought, “You know what? You’re thinking about this too much”,’ he added.

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