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- Season 4 "Crown" will debut on November 15th. Emma Corrin and Gillian Anderson, along with the returning cast, made amazing transformations to play these real-life figures
- Emma Corrin as Princess Diana
- Josh O `Connor as Prince Charles
Season 4 "Crown" will debut on November 15th. Emma Corrin and Gillian Anderson, along with the returning cast, made amazing transformations to play these real-life figures
The 4th season of "Crown" is one of the most anticipated shows of the year. The new season begins in the late 1970s and introduces the key figures who played major roles in the life of the royal family in the 1980s and beyond. The most notable of these figures is none other than Princess Diana, who will change the royal family forever.
In the fourth season, Queen Elizabeth II will meet and work with the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson. Prince Charles and Princess Diana's relationship is central to what looks like a fairy tale, but ultimately turns out not to be that at all. Netflix's casting of key royal figures remains relevant. See how actors turn into real people.
Emma Corrin as Princess Diana
Princess Diana debuts in season 4 of "The Crown". 24 year old Emma Corrin plays the young Princess of Wales in the Netflix series. Emma as Princess Diana - from her haircut to just the general resemblance - is perfect for casting.
The British actress previously played Esme Vinicus on Pennyworth, but this is her biggest role to date. 30 years old Elizabeth Debicki will take on the role of Princess Diana in seasons 5 and 6.
Josh O `Connor as Prince Charles
Josh O'Connor, 30, returns to role prince Charles, now 71, in season 4. He first started playing the Prince of Wales in Season 3, but has a much bigger role in Season 4 as Prince Charles meets and marries Diana.
Josh has proven to fans of The Crown around the world that he has fully embodied the role of Prince Charles in the season 3 episode "Tywysog Cymru". The actor recently revealed on The Graham Norton Show that he noticed that Prince Charles always checks his cufflinks and pocket square when he gets out of the car before waving, and that's what he included in the scenes. He also noted that Prince Charles speaks through clenched teeth, which is how Josh learned to speak in the voice of the future king.