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14 Photos Of The Crown Cast At The S5 London Premiere

Looking regal AF, frankly.

by Bustle UK
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Hosted at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Crown Season 5 premiere was a regal event. Imelda Staunton, who takes over the role of Queen Elizabeth II, matched her on-screen husband, Jonathan Pryce, who plays Prince Phillip, in a custom suit and tie.

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Elizabeth Debicki’s couture Dior gown, with its black silk crepe strapless design, featured a similar ribbed draped bustier to a baby-blue Catherine Walker dress Princess Diana wore on the Cannes red carpet in 1987.

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Olivia Williams, who plays Camilla Parker Bowles, wore a tassled red suit, and attended the London premiere with her husband, fellow actor Rhashan Stone and their daughter Roxana May Stone.

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Dominic West used the London premiere as a family event, too. He was joined by his son, Senan West, and wife, Catherine West.

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Jude Akuwudike, who plays the Duke of Windsor’s valet Sydney Johnson, looked dapper on the red carpet.

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Actor Erin Richards, who plays Kelly Fisher, Dodi Fayed's former partner in the Netflix series, showed off her baby bump for the first time on the red carpet.

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Khalid Abdalla and Salim Daw, who reprise the Fayeds, son Dodi and father Mohamed Al-Fayed respectively, posed together.

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Adding a touch of regal flair, Marcia Warren’s handbag was the subject of much discussion on social media, too. Warren portrays the Queen Mother in the latest series of The Crown.

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Taking over as Princess Anne from Erin Doherty, Claudia Harrison dazzled on the red carpet in a sculptural black gown.

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Prasanna Puwanarajah, who takes on the role of disgraced BBC journalist Martin Bashir in the infamous Panorama interview, cut a fine figure in a blue velvet dress.

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“I had a very long time to gloriously prepare for it and read all the books. I could luxuriate in all things Margaret,” Lesley Maneville told Bustle, confirming she knew about her casting “several years” beforehand.

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Seven-year-old Teddy Hawley, who took on the role of a young Prince Harry, looked adorable in his red carpet regalia.

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The Crown veteran Gillian Anderson attended, too. Margaret Thatcher may be out of the picture in Season 5, replaced by John Major and Tony Blair, but it is always good to see Anderson. She wore a Chloe gown.