The Crown's Emma Corrin jokes her Princess Diana hair do made her look like George Michael in Wham!

THE Crown's Emma Corrin has joked her Princess Diana hair do made her look like George Michael in Wham!

The 24-year-old actress made her debut in the hit Netflix series' fourth season earlier this month.

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Since then, Emma has been sharing behind-the-scenes snaps and videos from the set of herself and her co-stars, and her latest clip showed her comparing her Diana air to the late pop stars.

Holding up an image of George in the mid 80s when he was part of pop duo Wham!, Emma posed alongside it, resting her chin on her hand while wearing a retro looking purple jumper.

The clip also saw her wearing roller skates for the scene where Diana skates around Buckingham Palace.

Emma also filmed her co-star Josh O'Connor – who plays Princes Charles – playing with a Hot Wheels toy and being talked through the lyrics of Destiny's Child hit, Bootylicious.




The actress also reclined on a sofa surrounded by magazines, which featured her in character as Diana on the cover.

Her video comes after Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden warned that The Crown "is fiction" and should not be mistaken as fact, as concerns for the Netflix show's potential lasting damage deepen.

Mr Dowden last night praised the royal drama as a "beautifully produced work of fiction", but said viewers could be in danger of mistaking it for fact without a warning at the beginning of each episode.

Mr Dowden told the Mail on Sunday: "It's a beautifully produced work of fiction, so as with other TV productions, Netflix should be very clear at the beginning it is just that.

"Without this, I fear a generation of viewers who did not live through these events may mistake fiction for fact."

The newspaper said Mr Dowden is expected to write to Netflix to request a "health warning" at the start of episodes to point out the drama has been fictionalised.

It comes amid concerns fictional scenes written by the The Crown's creator Peter Morgan are doing damage to the monarchy because viewers believe they are true.

A friend of Prince Charles even referred to the portrayal of the Royal family as "sinister" and "highly sophisticated propaganda".

The Crown seasons 1-4 are available on Netflix.

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