The Crown is a Netflix series based on a play called “The Audience” directed by Peter Morgan. The show gives an inside look at the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 40s to modern times in the 20th century. Who can forget the most gorgeous wedding dress in history when we saw Princess Diana walking up the altar on her royal wedding day back in the 80s! If you can’t wait to see “The Crown” scroll down for a first look at the surprising replica of the iconic gown!
- An audience of 73 million viewers worldwide have watched the popular royal drama.
- Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki is playing the role of Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, in the final two seasons of the hit network series “The Crown.”
- The late princess wrote in her will that her famous bridal dress should be given to her sons Prince William and Prince Harry once their children turned 30.
Actress Emma Corrin, 24, who plays the role of Diana in “The Crown” upcoming fourth season is going to take out your breath away with her amazing resemblance to the beautiful late princess in her gorgeous bridal outfit. “I walked out and everyone went completely silent. More than anything else I wear in the series, it’s so … it’s her.”
A Netflix trailer gave us a glimpse of the incredible wedding dress. It was designed by Amy Robert, Emmy award-winning costume designer, who wanted to capture the spirit and glamorous style of David & Elizabeth Emanuel’s original royal dress, though it’s not an exact replica.
Emma Corrin re acts Princess Diana's most memorable appearences
The memorable original gown was made of ivory silk taffeta and embellished with lace, hand embroidery sequins and 10,000 pearls. The flowing 25-foot train was made of ivory taffeta and antique lace. In fact, the something borrowed was the lace that had belonged to Queen Mary. Diana also topped her fairy tale bridal look with a stunning Spencer family heirloom tiara.