What would Anne say? Crown star Erin Doherty stuns in a plunging dress during the Netflix photoshoot before playing a new role in the thriller Rebel Ridge
Princess Anne was always the headstrong royal sibling.
But even in her most daring form, it is unlikely that she ever appeared in such a dress.
Actress Erin Doherty, who played young Anne on series three and four of The Crown, posed in plunging gown as she prepared to take on her next role on Netflix.
Breathtaking: Actress Erin Doherty, who played the young Princess Anne in series three and four of The Crown, posed in a deep dress in a photo shoot for Netflix
Judging by the dress and hair, Erin, 28, seems interested in creating some distance between herself and her role as the Queen's only daughter.
Erin was on a photoshoot for Netflix as she prepares to star in the star Wars thriller Rebel Ridge alongside John Boyega.
Filming is scheduled to begin in March in Louisiana.
It could be a challenge for Erin, who has fully embraced Anne's character over the past few years.
New Role: Erin's leading female role in the thriller Rebel Ridge, alongside Star Wars' John Boyega, could be a new challenge for her as she recently appeared as Princess Anne in The Crown (above).
"I saw and saw an interview on YouTube that Princess Anne did with Michael Parkinson and I got all the noise she makes of it," Erin told Mail's Weekend magazine.
“I recorded it and went for a walk to hear it. Then I would order a coffee in her voice to try and let it sit naturally. & # 39;
It is not yet known who will replace Erin as Anne in The Crown's last two series.
Imelda Staunton will replace Olivia Colman as Queen and Lesley Manville will replace Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in the fifth and sixth series.
Royalty: Judging by the dress and hair, Erin, 28, seems interested in creating some distance between herself and her role as the queen's only daughter
Erin recently announced that she fell in love with Princess Anne after starring on the hugely successful Netflix series Royal.
The West Sussex-born actress shared how she admired the Princess Royal's courage and "steelyness" which she believes was due to the lack of a typical "mother figure" in her childhood.
Season four of The Crown is pivotal in dramatizing the Queen's parenting with her daughter. The monarch – played by Olivia Colman – boasts of leaving her and Charles alone as young children for five months during Prince Philip's Australia tour in 1954.
Speaking to The Times, Erin said, “My choice … was to make (Anne's steeliness) of this childhood not to have this mother figure as you would have liked. They say, "Well, that's fine. If that person isn't there, I don't need one."
Enjoy it: Erin recently revealed that she fell in love with Princess Anne after playing the royal on the hugely hit Netflix series
She added, “I think Olivia does a great job portraying (the queen) but I think that's what's fascinating about them.
This family completely circulates around this woman who has to do what she does, but it actually completely loosens her from the beating heart that is family. & # 39;
Erin said that Princess Anne's ability to distract judgment, especially from the press, while growing up was one of her favorite traits that brought her to life on screen.
"That part of her personality was the most fun," she explained. & # 39; She had this ability to completely distract judgment. It had influenced her so early on when she was introduced to the media.
You have commented on them from the age of 16. You have commented on her body. I find that fascinating and terrible. If someone had called me grumpy when I was 16, I would have broken down. & # 39;
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