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The Crown has released the first look at Elizabeth Debicki and Dominic West pictured as Princess Diana and Prince Charles for series five.
In the new images, it sees Dominic, 51, transform into the Prince of Wales as he wears a brown trouser suit and stares into the distance while standing outside.
While Elizabeth, 30, is the spitting image of Princess Diana as she replicates her soft gaze and sports her signature blonde cropped hairdo while lounging on a sofa.
The Crown's official Instagram account shared the two new portraits on Tuesday afternoon, tweeting: "Our new Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki)."
Prior to this, the hit Netflix show had shared a first look glimpse at Imelda Staunton in character as Queen Elizabeth II.
The update comes after Elizabeth was was spotted on the set of the hit Netflix series earlier this month as filming for season five gets underway.
The Australian actress was spotted in Scotland filming with two young actors, who will play Prince Harry and Prince William.
Elizabeth is taking over in the role of the late Princess from Emma Corrin.
The hit series on Netflix follows the Royal Family up to the start of the 21st century, which means Diana's tragic death in 1997 will feature in the show.
Creators behind the Netflix series announced that Elizabeth was joining the cast last August alongside Imelda, Game of Thrones star Jonathan Pryce and Lesley Manville playing The Queen, Prince Philip and Princess Margaret respectively.
Elizabeth is best known for her roles in films including The Great Gatsby, Widows, Tenet and Guardians of the Galaxy.
In a statement released when it was confirmed she would play the much loved Princess, she said: "Princess Diana’s spirit, her words and her actions live in the hearts of so many.
"It is my true privilege and honour to be joining this masterful series which has had me hooked from episode one."
Claudia Harrison, who will play Princess Anne, has also been spotted filming for the series in Scotland, while Imelda was also recently pictured boarding a royal boat in Macduff.
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