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Entertainment The Crown's Elizabeth Debicki & Dominic West Transform Into Princess Diana & Prince Charles

12:55  18 september  2021
12:55  18 september  2021 Source:   eonline.com

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It's time to bow down to the new Prince and Princess of Wales.

On Tuesday, Aug. 17, Netflix released the first official photos of Elizabeth Debicki and Dominic West as their The Crown season five characters: Princess Diana and Prince Charles, respectively. Unsurprisingly, the streaming service shared two separate photos of the actors, seemingly indicating that the separation of Charles and Diana will be explored in season five.

The Crown's Twitter account declared, "Our new Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki)."

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In the first image, Princess Di looks unhappier than ever, but is still wearing her iconic engagement ring. As for Prince Charles? He appears equally miserable while looking out into a countryside garden.

As fans of the show well know, season four of The Crown depicted Charles and Diana's whirlwind courtship and subsequent unhappiness, which came about after Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) encouraged the pair to make the marriage work. Season five will likely take viewers into the '90s, which brought about the headline-making divorce of the doomed royals.

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It's clear that season five of The Crown is well underway, as these new images come almost two weeks after Debicki was spotted filming on the grounds of Ardverikie Lodge, which doubles as the royal family's Scottish holiday home, Balmoral Castle. Not to mention, the streaming service had us saying "God save the Queen" in July after releasing the first image of Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II.

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Sadly, new episodes of the Netflix hit aren't expect to arrive until 2022. So, while we wait for more details about the show's highly anticipated return, take a closer look at The Crown cast and their real-life counterparts in the photos below.

Imelda Staunton, Elizabeth II standing together smiling for the camera: A new queen is wearing the crown! Imelda Staunton will play Queen Elizabeth II for season five of the Netflix hit. © Netflix, Bettmann/Getty Images A new queen is wearing the crown! Imelda Staunton will play Queen Elizabeth II for season five of the Netflix hit. Olivia Colman, Elizabeth II are posing for a picture: Olivia Colman played the royal family's matriarch for seasons three and four. © Netflix, Bettmann/Getty Images Olivia Colman played the royal family's matriarch for seasons three and four. Claire Foy, Elizabeth II posing for the camera: Claire Foy played Queen Elizabeth II in seasons one and two of Netflix's The Crown , portraying the early days of the Queen's reign. © Netflix, Bettmann/Getty Claire Foy played Queen Elizabeth II in seasons one and two of Netflix's The Crown , portraying the early days of the Queen's reign. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera: Tobias Menzies stepped into the role of Prince Philip for seasons three and four. © Netflix, Fox Photos/Getty Images Tobias Menzies stepped into the role of Prince Philip for seasons three and four. Matt Smith, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh that are standing together in uniform: Doctor Who alum Matt Smith played a younger version of Queen Elizabeth's longtime love Prince Philip in seasons one and two. © Netflix, Donald McKague/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Doctor Who alum Matt Smith played a younger version of Queen Elizabeth's longtime love Prince Philip in seasons one and two. Helena Carter, Princess Margaret standing together in uniform: Helena Bonham Carter was a natural fit to play the Queen's sister, Princess Margaret, in seasons three and four of the period drama. © Netflix, Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images Helena Bonham Carter was a natural fit to play the Queen's sister, Princess Margaret, in seasons three and four of the period drama. Princess Margaret et al. posing for the camera: British actress Vanessa Kirby portrayed a young Princess Margaret in the first two seasons of The Crown . © Netflix, Getty Images British actress Vanessa Kirby portrayed a young Princess Margaret in the first two seasons of The Crown . Josh O'Connor, Prince Charles are posing for a picture: Seasons three and four featured Josh O'Connor as heir apparent Prince Charles . © Netflix, Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images Seasons three and four featured Josh O'Connor as heir apparent Prince Charles . Simona Amânar, Diana, Princess of Wales posing for the camera: Emma Corrin took on the daunting task of playing the beloved late Princess Diana for season four. © Netflix, Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images Emma Corrin took on the daunting task of playing the beloved late Princess Diana for season four. Emerald Fennell, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are posing for a picture: The Prince Charles-Princess Diana saga wouldn't be complete without Camilla Parker Bowles , played by Emerald Fennell in seasons three and four. © Netflix, Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images The Prince Charles-Princess Diana saga wouldn't be complete without Camilla Parker Bowles , played by Emerald Fennell in seasons three and four. Anne, Princess Royal standing posing for the camera: Erin Doherty played Prince Philip's favorite child, Princess Anne , in seasons three and four. © Netflix, Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images) Erin Doherty played Prince Philip's favorite child, Princess Anne , in seasons three and four. Ben Daniels, Antony Armstrong-Jones are posing for a picture: Ben Daniels joined The Crown in season three to play Princess Margaret's ex husband, Antony Armstrong-Jones . © Netflix, PL Gould/Images Press/Getty Images Ben Daniels joined The Crown in season three to play Princess Margaret's ex husband, Antony Armstrong-Jones . Matthew Goode, Antony Armstrong-Jones are posing for a picture: Matthew Goode became Antony Armstrong-Jones for season two of The Crown . © Netflix, Keystone-France/Getty Images Matthew Goode became Antony Armstrong-Jones for season two of The Crown . Gillian Anderson, Margaret Thatcher posing for the camera: It's not just the royals who are portrayed in The Crown . Gillian Anderson played Britain's first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in season four. © Netflix, Jean GUICHARD/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images It's not just the royals who are portrayed in The Crown . Gillian Anderson played Britain's first female Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in season four. Winston Churchill standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera: John Lithgow played one the most famous prime ministers, Winston Churchill , in season one. © Netflix, Bettmann/Getty Images John Lithgow played one the most famous prime ministers, Winston Churchill , in season one. Alex Jennings, Derek Jacobi, Edward VIII of the United Kingdom are posing for a picture: The infamous Duke of Windsor made an appearance in seasons one through three, played at different times by Alex Jennings and Derek Jacobi . © Netflix, Bettmann/Getty Images The infamous Duke of Windsor made an appearance in seasons one through three, played at different times by Alex Jennings and Derek Jacobi . Jared Harris, King George VI are posing for a picture: In season one, Jared Harris played Queen Elizabeth II's beloved father, King George VI . © Netflix, Fox Photos/Getty Images In season one, Jared Harris played Queen Elizabeth II's beloved father, King George VI . Greg Wise, Charles Dance, Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma standing next to a man in a suit and tie: Both Greg Wise and Charles Dance portrayed Louis, Earl Mountbatten of Burma . © Netflix; PA Images via Getty Images Both Greg Wise and Charles Dance portrayed Louis, Earl Mountbatten of Burma . Behind the scenes drama? What do I watch next? Click here to get all the TV scoop straight in your inbox.

Princess Diana honoured with blue plaque at former London flat .
Princess Diana honoured with blue plaque at former London flatThe plaque is on the building that was her home between 1979 and 1981 - 60 Coleherne Court - a property close to the King’s Road in Chelsea.

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