star Elizabeth Debicki bore an uncanny resemblance to Princess Diana as she filmed the late Royal’s family holiday with her two sons.
The 32-year-old takes over the role from , while Dominic Cooper replaces Josh O’Connor as King Charles III in the blockbuster Netflix drama.
It’s not the first time the Australian actress has been spotted filming scenes for the show charting the history of the Royal family, having also been seen acting before her death and on set at Dunsfold Aerodrome.
This week the Tenet star has been in Palma De Mallorca, Spain with Rufus Kampa, who plays a young Prince William, and actor Will Powell.
The trio were seen larking about on a boat as they recreated Princess Diana’s trip to the South of France in July 1997, where the family stayed on a yacht owned by her partner Dodi’s father Mohamed Al-Fayed.
The vacation took place just a month before Princess Diana and Dodi were Ki**ed in a car crash in Paris after they were being pursued by paparazzi.
Elizabeth wore sunglasses and a red shift dress, while Rufus and Will were in matching outfits, both sporting navy blue polo necks and white chinos.
The Great Gatsby actress held ‘Prince William’s’ hand as they climbed on board the luxury board floating on crystal blue seas.
The three actors were seen laughing and engaged in deep conversation as they sped around the bay.
The filming comes shortly afterin a mark of respect after the Queen’s death.
A Netflix spokesperson confirmed to Metro.co.uk: ‘As a mark of respect, filming on The Crown was suspended today.
‘Filming will also be suspended on the day of Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral.’
Meanwhile, that the upcoming season of The Crown will be ‘mind-blowing.’
The DJ, who hosts The Crown podcast, said: ‘This season is going to blow people’s minds for so many reasons’.
‘It’s always that thing because it’s a new set of cast. We’ve gotten used to Olivia [Colman] and Josh [O’Connor] and Tobias [Menzies] and Emma [Corrin] and Helen [Bonham-Carter], and we’ve got a whole new set of cast. It’s almost like it’s always been them. You’ll find you’ve not taken a breath for like three minutes when you see them on screen for the first time – and that’s all of them’.
Asked to describe series five (with, of course, no spoilers), Edith simply declared it: ‘Unprecedented’.
The Crown is available to stream on Netflix