The Crown's Emma Corrin cuts a casual figure as she steps out for walk
The Crown’s Emma Corrin cuts a casual figure as she steps out for dog walk… after making her series four debut as Princess Diana
She has made waves with her stunning portrayal of Princess Diana in series four of The Crown, which premiered on Sunday.
And Emma Corrin enjoyed a break from her hectic schedule as she stepped out for a dog walk in London hours after the premiere.
The British star, 24, looked radiant as she strolled with a pal while clad in a slouchy cream coat and mustard-yellow rollneck jumper.
Casual: Emma Corrin enjoyed a break from her hectic schedule as she stepped out for a dog walk in London hours after The Crown series four premiere on Sunday
The star paired this with black flared trousers and comfortable black boots as she chatted with her friend.
Her brunette tresses were styled in a chic side part while she revealed her radiant complexion by going make-up free.
Emma looked in great spirits as she walked along, as her turn as the tragic Princess won her critical acclaim.
The season portrays Diana’s entrance in the Royal Family, as well as her incompatibility with Prince Charles due to their near 13-year age difference.
Off-duty chic: The British star, 24, looked radiant as she strolled with a pal while clad in a slouchy cream coat and mustard-yellow rollneck jumper
Acclaimed: She has made waves with her stunning portrayal of Princess Diana in series four of The Crown, which premiered on Sunday
Regal role: Her brunette tresses were styled in a chic side part while she revealed her radiant complexion by going make-up free
Style: Emma looked stylish as she strolled with a pal in London on Sunday
Comfortable: The star paired this with black flared trousers and comfortable black boots as she chatted with her friend
On Sunday, the thespian celebrated ‘Crown Day’ with a cheery social media post.
The TV star appeared in great spirits as she beamed alongside a billboard poster of herself as the late royal.
Emma wrote: ‘sending all my love to my fellow cast and crew, wish we could all be squeezing each other.
‘Thank you Peter, Suzanne, Ben, Rob, Nina, Michael, Andy, Jess, Julian, Paul for believing in me.’ (sic)
Chat: The acclaimed actress looked stylish as she walked with her friend
Fun in the sun: Emma looked delighted as she enjoyed a walk with her pal as her debut aired
Games: The star soaked up the sunshine as she enjoyed her dog walk
Gorgeous: The star showcased her off-duty style as she walked along
There he is: Emma’s Crown co-star, Prince Charles actor Josh O’Connor was seen in London on Sunday
Last week, Emma revealed she asked scriptwriters to add in graphic bulimia scenes to depict the People’s Princess’ battle with the eating disorder.
Speaking to the Radio Times, the screen star said she wanted to include scenes of Diana vomiting to portray the eating disorder in an ‘honest way.’
Speaking of the scenes, which Emma developed with her movement coach, she said: ‘We’d been working on her body language and we put together a document that we sent to the script team and said: “Can you include some of this in the writing because we’d love to really flesh out those scenes?”
Laidback; The star wrapped up in the autumnal weather the day series four premiered
Family: The Crown’s much anticipated fourth series introduced Diana and showed her entrance in the Royal Family after marrying Princes Charles in 1981 (pictured in the show)
‘I felt that if we were trying to depict bulimia in an honest way, we had to actually show it – otherwise it’s a disservice to anyone who has been through that.
‘I don’t think we should shy away from those conversations; Diana was very candid about her experience with bulimia and I so admire that.’
Diana herself first revealed her battle with bulimia during her bombshell Panorama interview with Martin Bashir in 1995.
The Cambridge alum said she related to pressure put on young women to be ‘thin and glamorous’ and that social media placed further importance on people to ‘be a certain way.’
Pivotal moments from The Crown so far…
King Edward VIII abdicates the throne for love
Edward fell in love with Wallis Simpson, a married woman, and planned to marry her after his coronation when her divorce had come through.
However they were denied the opportunity to marry and due to divorce being forbidden for the Royals and decided to move to France together.
Edward later returned to England to face his family for the funeral of George VI following his death and went on to form a close bond with Prince Charles.
Bigger picture: King Edward VIII abdicates the throne for love
Princess Margaret is also denied her happy ending
Princess Margaret, who is painted as the Royal rebel throughout the first and second seasons, hoped to step outside tradition and marry divorcee Peter Townsend.
However growing public chatter over the illicit relationship begins to overshadow Elizabeth’s post coronation fame.
Margaret makes her intentions to marry Peter clear to Queen Elizabeth II and she asks her to wait until she is 25 to tie the knot with her love.
However when her 25th birthday does roll around the Queen has to go back on her word due to pressure from the Crown, and tells Margaret that she cannot grant her permission to marry Peter.
Devastated: Princess Margaret is denied her happy ending with Peter Townsend
Winston Churchill’s rise and fall
The first and second seasons depicted the Queen’s relationship with the Prime Minister of the time, Winston Churchill.
Following his successful leadership during the Second World War, Winston rises to power again for a second time during Elizabeth’s reign.
The Crown follows Winston’s journey as he adjusts to answering to a woman in power and his deteriorating health.
Royal marriage is rocked Elizabeth’s new role
The power struggle in the relationship is clear to see as Elizabeth’s role as the Queen takes priority over her marriage, while Prince Philip isn’t used to taking a backseat.
The Crown also hints at infidelity in their relationship as Elizabeth finds a picture of Russian ballerina Galina Ulanova among his possessions, before sending him off on a five-month tour on the Royal yacht.
The tension comes to a head during the premiere for season two when the Royal couple argue on board the HMY Britannia as they strive to find a resolution to their problems, due to divorce not being an option for a monarch.
Trouble in paradise: Royal marriage is rocked Elizabeth’s new role
Elizabeth’s journey to accepting the Crown
The start of the series shows a more wary and shy Elizabeth, compared to the formidable monarch she has grown into.
One of the key moments in the first series is her journey to accepting the Crown, after having to reconfigure all of the relationships in her life.
The series shows the Queen growing in confidence as she finds herself on a path of self-discovery.
The Queen visits Aberfan
Aberfan: After reflecting on her decision, she eventually visited alongside her husband and it is claimed her delayed response remains one of her greatest regrets
Episode three of the third season focuses on the Aberfan disaster which killed 144 people, including 116 childrne, after a colliery spoil tip collapsed over a school in a Welsh village.
The Queen did not immediately visit the disaster site, citing that she did not want to distract away from the tragedy with her presence.
However after reflecting on her decision, she eventually visited alongside her husband and it is claimed her delayed response remains one of her greatest regrets.
The Royal Family documentary
Inside the life: In a bid to give the public a better understanding of the Royal family they let a camera crew into their lives for 18 months
In a bid to give the public a better understanding of the Royal family they let a camera crew into their lives for 18 months.
The Crown depicts the whole thing as a disaster with the family reportedly banning the programme from ever being aired again.
However in actuality, the documentary was well-received and had sky high viewing figures.
Prince Charles valuable time in Wales
Touching: Prince Charles valuable time in Wales
After receiving backlash for the title ‘Prince of Wales’, despite not being a citizen or speaking the language, Prince Charles was sent to Aberystwyth University to learn the language.
Charles, who was 20 at the time, finished the trip with an elaborate investiture to pledge his allegiance to the Queen in Welsh.
However he asked to tweak the speech to add in his own voice, promising the Welsh residents that they wouldn’t be forgotten by England again.
Princess Margaret wows at the White House
She impressed! After being sent on a Royal tour of the U.S. in place 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 U.S. in place of her sister, Margaret was invited to dinner at the White House by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
The whole night appeared a huge success thanks to Margaret’s quick-wit and charm, with President Johnson seemingly lapping it up.
However across the pond Margaret’s success appeared to worry the Queen as she seemed concerned she was being outshone by her sibling.
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