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The Crown Series Four: Emma Corrin puts on the transparent skirt of Princess Diana

Emma Corrie again emulated the royal icon Diana Princess Of Wales on Saturday when she resumed filming for The Crown Series Four.

The actress, 24, filmed the moment the princess was followed by photographers through London as she left her job at a local nursery in an iconic see-through skirt that made headlines around the world.

Emma plays Diana in the highly anticipated fourth series of The Crown, which will document Diana’s encounter and eventual marriage with Prince Charles.

Throwback: Emma Corrin was spotted Saturday filming more scenes for series four of The Crown in London

Classic: she recreated the now iconic moment that Diana put on a see-through skirt in 1980

Classic: she recreated the now iconic moment that Diana put on a see-through skirt in 1980

Throwback: Emma Corrin (left) emulated the moment when Princess Diana put on the iconic transparent skirt on Saturday (right in 1980), filming more scenes for series four of The Crown in London

For the scenes, Emma sauntered through the capital in a smart ensemble from the 80s, consisting of a simple navy blue jacket, a blue-green blue sweater and a pink blouse.

The centerpiece of the outfit was the famous blue flower skirt, which, thanks to a ray of sunshine, offered a glimpse of Diana’s slender pins.

With her head slightly downward in what became the distinctive pose of Diana, Emma filmed scenes that followed her through London photographers.

Thoughtful: she wore the characteristic expression of Diana with her head slightly bent

Thoughtful: she wore the characteristic expression of Diana with her head slightly bent

Busy: she filmed scenes of Diana who left her job as a nursery assistant

Busy: she filmed scenes of Diana who left her job as a nursery assistant

Thoughtful: she wore the characteristic expression of Diana with her head slightly bent, leaving her nursery room while being chased by photographers

Dramatic: for the scenes, she was followed by photographers when Diana left her job as a nursery assistant in London

Dramatic: for the scenes, she was followed by photographers when Diana left her job as a nursery assistant in London

Dramatic: for the scenes, she was followed by photographers when Diana left her job as a nursery assistant in London

Snap snap! At the time, the princess became the subject of much interest because it had just been revealed that she and Prince Charles were dating

Snap snap! At the time, the princess became the subject of much interest because it had just been revealed that she and Prince Charles were dating

Snap snap! At the time, the princess became the subject of much interest because it had just been revealed that she and Prince Charles were dating

At that time Diana was still working as a nursery assistant despite her aristocratic origins, and aroused huge interest when it was revealed in the summer of 1980 that she and Prince Charles were an item.

Emma also seemed to be filming similar scenes in Diana with a different 80s-inspired look that consisted of a stylish green blazer, a red sweater and a checkered miniskirt.

The princess seemed thoughtful when she was followed by the army photographers, who were also dressed in their own looks that could have been picked from the famous decade.

Diana and Charles married in July 1981 at a lavish ceremony in London at St Paul’s Cathedral, and they had their two sons William and Harry.

Legendary: the transparent skirt from Diana became a worldwide sensation

Legendary: the transparent skirt from Diana became a worldwide sensation

Classic: she was spotted in the garment when she left her job at the London nursery

Classic: she was spotted in the garment when she left her job at the London nursery

Legendary: Diana’s transparent skirt became a worldwide sensation when the princess saw the garment as she left her job at the London nursery (right)

Time warp: London's street was taken back to the 1980s to film the scenes

Time warp: London's street was taken back to the 1980s to film the scenes

Time warp: London’s street was taken back to the 1980s to film the scenes

End: Showmaker Peter Morgan confirmed the Netflix drama - his third season is currently being broadcast with Olivia Colman in the royal role and will not contain a sixth series

End: Showmaker Peter Morgan confirmed the Netflix drama - his third season is currently being broadcast with Olivia Colman in the royal role and will not contain a sixth series

Ready: Creator Peter has confirmed that Imelda will play the role 'in the 21st century'

Ready: Creator Peter has confirmed that Imelda will play the role 'in the 21st century'

End: Showmaker Peter Morgan confirmed that the Netflix drama – currently broadcasting its third season with Olivia Colman in the royal role – would not contain a sixth season, while revealing Imelda, 64, will play the role “in the 21st century”

It is after it was announced that The Crown will end after its fifth season, with Imelda Staunton taking the throne as Queen Elizabeth II, the critically acclaimed show.

Showmaker Peter Morgan confirmed that the Netflix drama – currently broadcasting its third season with Olivia in the royal role – would not contain a sixth season and reveals that Imelda, 64, will play the role “in the 21st century.”

This means that the current royal scandals, including the allegations against Prince Andrew and the drama ‘Megxit’ by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, will not be mentioned on the Netflix hit.

Changes: The Crown's series three hit Netflix in November 2019, with Oscar winner Olivia Colman taking over the throne from Claire Foy, who portrayed the monarch in the first two seasons

Changes: The Crown's series three hit Netflix in November 2019, with Oscar winner Olivia Colman taking over the throne from Claire Foy, who portrayed the monarch in the first two seasons

Changes: The Crown’s series three hit Netflix in November 2019, with Oscar winner Olivia Colman taking over the throne from Claire Foy, who portrayed the monarch in the first two seasons

Next series: Peter said: “I am absolutely delighted to confirm Imelda Staunton as Her Majesty the Queen for the fifth and final season, with which The Crown entered the 21st century”

Too close for comfort: Peter has now also revealed that he has decided to make a sixth season of The Crown because there must be 'distance' between real life and the show

Too close for comfort: Peter has now also revealed that he has decided to make a sixth season of The Crown because there must be 'distance' between real life and the show

Too close for comfort: Peter has now also revealed that he has decided to make a sixth season of The Crown because there must be ‘distance’ between real life and the show

Transitions: Peter explained the Daily Mail’s Baz Bamigboye: “You cannot fully investigate incidents that occurred yesterday. There must be a distance of ten to 20 years. And in some cases much longer ‘

Dramatic: Peter promised the last series, which will not be filmed until 2021 or 2022 will be 'explosive'

Dramatic: Peter promised the last series, which will not be filmed until 2021 or 2022 will be 'explosive'

End: it will result in Britain entering the new millennium

End: it will result in Britain entering the new millennium

Dramatic: Peter promised the last series, which will not be filmed until 2021 or 2022 will be “explosive” and will culminate with Britain entering the new millennium

Another series? However, the showrunner admitted that he would like to visit the royal family again in five to ten years, but to investigate a different period

Another series? However, the showrunner admitted that he would like to visit the royal family again in five to ten years, but to investigate a different period

Another series? However, the showrunner admitted that he would like to visit the royal family again in five to ten years, but to investigate a different period

Harry Potter star Imelda said: ‘I have enjoyed watching The Crown from the start. As an actor it was a pleasure to see how both Claire Foy and Olivia Colman brought something special and unique to Peter Morgan’s scripts.

“I am really honored to become a member of such an exceptionally creative team and bring the crown to a successful conclusion.”

Series three of The Crown hit Netflix in November 2019, with Oscar winner Olivia Colman taking over the throne from Claire Foy, who portrayed the monarch in the first two seasons.

Peter said: “I am absolutely delighted to confirm Imelda Staunton as Her Majesty the Queen for the fifth and final season, entering The Crown into the 21st century.

“Imelda is an amazing talent and will be a fantastic successor to Claire Foy and Olivia Colman.”

Teasing: Peter said, “I don’t know yet, but maybe I could go further back in time, maybe for this queen.”

At work: the fourth series is currently in production at Elstree Studios and locations in the UK and will introduce Diana, Princess of Wales, played by Emma Corrin, and Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson.

At work: the fourth series is currently in production at Elstree Studios and locations in the UK and will introduce Diana, Princess of Wales, played by Emma Corrin, and Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson.

At work: the fourth series is currently in production at Elstree Studios and locations in the UK and will introduce Diana, Princess of Wales, played by Emma Corrin, and Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson.

Long term: it was initially thought that the series would last six series, spread over six decades

Long term: it was initially thought that the series would last six series, spread over six decades

Long term: it was initially thought that the series would last six series, spread over six decades

Will not appear: key moments in the history of the royal family who will not cover the show include Meghan and Harry's decision to retire as senior royals

Will not appear: key moments in the history of the royal family who will not cover the show include Meghan and Harry's decision to retire as senior royals

Will not appear: key moments in the history of the royal family who will not cover the show include Meghan and Harry’s decision to retire as senior royals

Peter has now also revealed that he decided not to make a sixth season of The Crown because there must be ‘distance’ between real life and the show.

The writer and producer admitted that he initially outlined storylines for further episodes after series five.

But he explained the Daily Mail’s Baz Bamigboye: “You cannot fully investigate incidents that occurred yesterday. There must be a distance of ten to 20 years. And in some cases much longer. “

Peter promised the last series, which will not be filmed until 2021 or 2022 will be “explosive” and will culminate with Britain entering the new millennium.

Praised: Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix, said: “The first three seasons of The Crown defined an era and I know that the coming fourth season will build on that success”

Praised: “It’s a wonderful example of award-winning entertainment, made in the UK and loved by millions of fans around the world,” Cindy added

Controversial: Meghan and Harry rocked the foundation of the royal family when they announced their shock decision because they “work to become financially independent”

However, the showrunner admitted that he would like to visit the royal family again in five to ten years, but to investigate a different period.

He said, “I don’t know yet, but maybe I could go further back in time, maybe for this queen.”

The fourth series is currently in production at Elstree Studios and locations in the UK and will introduce Diana, Princess of Wales, played by Emma Corrin, and Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson.

Initially it was thought that the series would last six series, spread over six decades.

Not so far: executive producer Suzanne Mackie shared earlier this month: “Frankly, whatever the life of” The Crown “is where we are now, I doubt we will ever go that far in the present day”

No! Peter added in 2018: “I feel uncomfortable writing about events within a certain period. Let us wait twenty years and see what there is to say about Meghan Markle ‘

Cindy Holland, vice president of original content at Netflix, said: “The first three seasons of The Crown defined an era and I know that the coming fourth season will build on that success.

“It’s a wonderful example of award-winning entertainment, made in the UK and loved by millions of fans around the world.

“I fully support Peter Morgan’s creative decision and am delighted to see how he, Imelda Staunton and the cast and crew of season five, bring this historic series to a fitting and spectacular end.”

Important moments in the history of the royal family that the show will not cover include the decision of Meghan and Harry to step down as senior royals.

Meghan and Harry rocked the foundations of the royal family when they announced their shock decision because they “work to become financially independent.”

Spit image: Emma was exactly double of Princess Diana because she was surrounded by crew members to film the scenes in a busy London street

Spit image: Emma was exactly double of Princess Diana because she was surrounded by crew members to film the scenes in a busy London street

Spit image: Emma was exactly double of Princess Diana because she was surrounded by crew members to film the scenes in a busy London street

Perfect: at one point a crew member embellished Emma's hair to make sure it matched the famous blonde bob of Diana

Perfect: at one point a crew member embellished Emma's hair to make sure it matched the famous blonde bob of Diana

Perfect: at one point a crew member embellished Emma’s hair to make sure it matched the famous blonde bob of Diana

Executive producer Suzanne Mackie shared earlier this month: “Frankly, whatever the life of ‘The Crown’ is where we are now, I doubt we will ever go that far in the present day.”

While Peter added in 2018: ‘I feel uncomfortable writing about events within a certain period. Let us wait twenty years and see what there is to say about Meghan Markle.

“I don’t currently know what to say about Meghan Markle. I would not know and I would not assume. She only becomes interesting after we have had twenty years to process who she is and what her impact has been.

“If I were to write about Meghan Markle, I would automatically write journalism. I have nothing to say about Meghan Markle. “

In a turbulent year for the House of Windsor, Prince Andrew was also ‘relieved’ of all royal duties by the queen after a disastrous Newsnight interview about his years of friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Important moments of the crown so far …

King Edward VIII renounces the throne for love

Edward fell in love with Wallis Simpson, a married woman, and intended to marry her after his coronation when her divorce came through.

However, they got the chance to marry and because of a divorce they were banned from the Royals and decided to move to France together.

Edward later returned to England to face his family for the funeral of George VI after his death and established a close relationship with Prince Charles.

Larger image: King Edward VIII renounces the throne for love

Larger image: King Edward VIII renounces the throne for love

Larger image: King Edward VIII renounces the throne for love

Princess Margaret does not get a happy ending either

Princess Margaret, who is painted as the royal rebel during the first and second seasons, hoped to step outside the tradition and marry divorced Peter Townsend.

Increasing public chatter about the unauthorized relationship begins to overshadow Elizabeth’s crowning fame.

Margaret makes clear her intentions to marry Peter to Queen Elizabeth II and she asks her to wait until she is 25 to make the connection with her love.

However, when her 25th birthday rolls around, the queen has to return to her word because of the pressure of the crown and tells Margaret that she cannot give her permission to marry Peter.

Devastated: Princess Margaret is denied her happy ending with Peter Townsend

Devastated: Princess Margaret is denied her happy ending with Peter Townsend

Devastated: Princess Margaret is denied her happy ending with Peter Townsend

Winston Churchill’s rise and fall

The first and second seasons depicted the relationship between the queen and the then prime minister, Winston Churchill.

After his successful leadership during the Second World War, Winston is again in power during the reign of Elizabeth.

The crown follows Winston’s journey as he adjusts to answering a woman in power and his deteriorating health.

Royal marriage has shocked Elizabeth’s new role

The power struggle in the relationship can clearly be seen as Elizabeth’s role as the queen takes precedence over her marriage, while Prince Philip is not used to a back seat.

The crown also indicates unfaithfulness in their relationship when Elizabeth finds a photo of the Russian ballerina Galina Ulanova among his possessions, before sending him on a five-month tour of the royal yacht.

The tension comes to a head during the premiere for season two, when the royal couple aboard the HMY Britannia quarrel while striving to find a solution to their problems, because divorce is not an option for a prince.

Trouble in paradise: Royal wedding has shaken the new role of Elizabeth

Trouble in paradise: Royal wedding has shaken the new role of Elizabeth

Trouble in paradise: Royal wedding has shaken the new role of Elizabeth

Elizabeth’s journey to accepting the crown

The beginning of the series shows a more wary and shy Elizabeth, compared to the formidable monarch in which she grew up.

One of the most important moments in the first series is her journey to accepting the Crown after she had to reconfigure all relationships in her life.

The series lets the queen grow in self-confidence while on a path of self-discovery.

The Queen visits Aberfan

Aberfan: After thinking about her decision, she finally visited with her husband and it is claimed that her delayed reaction remains one of her greatest regrets

Aberfan: After thinking about her decision, she finally visited with her husband and it is claimed that her delayed reaction remains one of her greatest regrets

Aberfan: After thinking about her decision, she finally visited with her husband and it is claimed that her delayed reaction remains one of her greatest regrets

Episode three of the third season focuses on the Aberfan disaster in which 144 people died, including 116 children, after an outside tip crashed over a school in a village in Wales.

The queen did not immediately visit the disaster site and said that she did not want to distract from the tragedy with her presence.

But after thinking about her decision, she finally visited with her husband and it is claimed that her delayed reaction remains one of her greatest regrets.

The royal family documentary

In life: in an attempt to give the public a better understanding of the royal family, they allowed a camera crew 18 months into their lives

In life: in an attempt to give the public a better understanding of the royal family, they allowed a camera crew 18 months into their lives

In life: in an attempt to give the public a better understanding of the royal family, they allowed a camera crew 18 months into their lives

In an attempt to give the public a better understanding of the royal family, they allowed a camera crew to lead their lives for 18 months.

The Crown describes the whole event as a disaster with the family that allegedly forbids the program from ever being re-broadcast.

In reality, however, the documentary was well received and had high ratings.

Prince Charles precious time in Wales

Moving: Prince Charles precious time in Wales

As for: Prince Charles valuable time in Wales

As for: Prince Charles valuable time in Wales

After receiving a kickback for the “Prince of Wales” title, even though he was not a citizen or spoke the language, Prince Charles was sent to Aberystwyth University to learn the language.

Charles, who was then 20, ended the trip with an extensive investment to promise his allegiance to the queen in Wales.

He asked, however, to adjust the speech to add his own voice, and promised the people of Wales that they would never forget England.

Princess Margaret wows in the White House

She was impressed! After being sent on a royal tour of the US instead of her sister, Margaret was invited to dinner at the White House by President Lyndon B. Johnson

She was impressed! After being sent on a royal tour of the US instead of her sister, Margaret was invited to dinner at the White House by President Lyndon B. Johnson

She was impressed! After being sent on a royal tour of the US instead of her sister, Margaret was invited to dinner at the White House by President Lyndon B. Johnson

After being sent on a royal tour of the US instead of her sister, Margaret was invited to dinner at the White House by President Lyndon B. Johnson.

The whole night seemed a huge success thanks to Margaret’s ingenuity and charm, with President Johnson apparently scooping it up.

But across the pond, Margaret the Queen’s success seemed to worry because she seemed to be surpassed by her brother or sister.

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