The fourth season of the Netflix drama will see the introduction of Princess Diana and her doomed relationship with Prince Charles.
Emma Corrin makes her debut as Princess Diana in the fourth season of Netflix’s The Crown
Princess Diana will be played by Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki for seasons five and six of hit Netflix series The Crown, it's been confirmed.
Stewart will star in 'Spencer', set in the early 1990s. Director Pablo Larraín calls Stewart "one of the great actors around today."
Actors Josh O'Connor and Emma Corrin were spotted recreating an infamous moment the royals shared in Australia.
Though it seems like an entirely unlikely tale, at one time Princess Diana was in discussions to star in a sequel to 90s romantic thriller The Bodyguard.
Netflix series The Crown has cast newcomer Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer, to be introduced in its fourth season.
The "Avengers: Endgame" actress is no newbie to handling paparazzi, but after a scary brush with some on Monday she made a detour to an LAPD precinct.
On November 20, 1995, the BBC news programme ‘Panorama’ aired Princess Diana’s first solo interview since her marriage to Prince Charles, broadcast two years after the couple had announced their separation. A staggering 22.8 million watched it go out, and it remains one of the highest-rated BBC programmes of all time. The most famous line, uttered after interviewer Martin Bashir quizzed her on Prince Charles’s infidelity, explained how 'there were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded’, the third person being Camilla Parker Bowles, now the Duchess of Cornwall.
You can only find it as a dodgy bootleg on YouTube, because paedophile Gary Glitter’s appearance in 1997′s ‘Spice World’ was cut before the film was released. Here, we talk to the movie’s producer Barnaby Thompson and its editor Andrea MacArthur about what really happened behind-the-scenes. “The whole idea was the movie would be quite post-modern and have lots of pop cultural references and have it be clear the girls were not taking themselves too seriously,” remembers producer Barnaby Thompson, thinking back to a lunch he had with Simon Fuller on 1 November 1996 to talk about a possible Spice Girls movie.