The Crowns Elizabeth Debicki looks unrecognisable from late Diana at premiere

The Crown’s Elizabeth Debicki looked unrecognisable from her Diana character in the Netflix series as she attended the LA premiere of the Netflix series.

The Australian actress, who plays Princess Diana, looked worlds away from her appearance in the series, as she showed off her long blonde tresses.

Her golden tresses were parted in the middle and styled straight, the opposite of her short blonde cut for The Crown series.

However, Elizabeth was sure to have her own revenge dress moment as she opted for a Diana-style look.

The 33-year-old stunned in the black midi dress, which featured a layered off-shoulder neckline detail and a structured bodice.

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The dress is very reminiscent of Princess Diana’s iconic ‘Revenge Dress’.

While her husband, now King Charles, was caught in an affair, Diana attended a gala in the black off-the-shoulder gown from Greek designer Christina Stambolian, launching her divorce era.

While on the red carpet, Elizabeth posed with her onscreen sons Rufus, 17, and Fflyn, 14, who star as the younger versions of Prince William and Prince Harry.

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Elizabeth also posed with Khalid Abdalla, who plays Princess Diana’s romantic partner, Dodi Fayed in the series.

Princess Diana and Dodi tragically died in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997.

Elizabeth spoke out last year about why recreating the revenge dress scene was so important.

She told Entertainment Weekly: “The revenge dress was so much pressure.

“Very significant and quite powerful, but also it provoked something in me as an actor.

“I can’t really explain it. It’s pretty incredible that a dress would represent a moment in history, or that this human’s life would represent so much and become so iconic. So that was a big day on set for me!”

The Crown Season 6 Part 1 will premiere on Netflix on November 16

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