The official account behind the Netflix series The Crown has given fans their first glimpse at what season 4 looks like.
Taking to its official Twitter account, bosses behind the Netflix show released four stunning photographs from scenes from the fourth series which sees Emma Corrin join as Princess Diana.
It also showed a glimpse of Gillian Anderson as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher as she could be seen in one of the shots dressed up as the controversial PM.
Gillian looks uncannily like the PM as she wears a royal blue blazer done up paired with a matching long pleated skirt.
Clutching a smart black handbag and appearing to be waving someone off from the door of 10 Downing Street, she looked the spitting image of Thatcher.
Another shot dropped by the account to its 162,000 followers was the first look of Emma as the beloved Princess Diana who was adored by the public for her free spirit nature and kindness.
In the shot, Emma also looks very much like her character as she wears her blonde locks exactly how Diana did in glamorous loose curls.
Looking stunning, in true Diana style she donned a dress to a red carpet event which flashed a little bit more flesh than what the royals were used to – certainly at the time in real life events.
However, the Princess always stood up for women and was famous for doing her own thing, including wearing what she wanted. And she always, without fail, carried her outfits off beautifully.
In this particular shot, Emma can be seen wearing an elegant long purple gown with gold detailing going up and down the dress.
Flashing her collar bones with the shoulder-less design, Emma walked past the paps with her head down slightly.
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Another shot also gave a sneak peak of Helena Bonham Carter who is remaining in the series and stars as Princess Margaret.
In the pic, Helena can be seen flashing the flesh as she wears a revealing dress for the time period which plunged down to reveal her cleavage.
It’s presumed in the new series that audiences could see the length of Thatcher’s time in office, the Falklands War in 1982 and the incredible story of the Buckingham House intruder, Michael Fagan, who was able to break into the palace and get all the way to the Queen’s bedroom in 1982.
Season four of The Crown arrives on Netflix on November 15 in the UK
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