The Crown star Erin Doherty stuns in plunging gown for photoshoot

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Princess Anne has always been the stubborn royal sister.

But even in her most daring, she’s unlikely to ever appear in a dress like this.

Actress Erin Doherty – who played young Anne in The Crown’s three and four series – posed in the plunging gown as she prepared to take on her next role for Netflix.

Stunning: Actress Erin Doherty – who played young Princess Anne in series three and four of The Crown – posed in the plunging gown during a photoshoot for Netflix

Judging by the dress and her hair, it looks like Erin, 28, wants to put some distance between her and her role as the Queen’s only daughter.

Erin was in a photoshoot for Netflix as she prepared to star in the star Wars thriller Rebel Ridge opposite John Boyega.

Filming is scheduled to begin in March in Louisiana.

This could be a challenge for Erin who has fully embraced the character of Anne in recent years.

New role: Starring Erin in Star Wars' thriller Rebel Ridge opposite John Boyega might be a new challenge for her as she recently played Princess Anne in The Crown (above)

New role: Starring Erin in Star Wars’ thriller Rebel Ridge opposite John Boyega might be a new challenge for her as she recently played Princess Anne in The Crown (above)

“I watched and watched a YouTube interview Princess Anne did with Michael Parkinson, and got all the sounds she makes from it,” Erin told Mail’s Weekend magazine.

“I recorded it and I would go for a walk listening to it. Then I would order a coffee in her voice to try and make it sit naturally.

It’s not yet clear who will replace Erin as Anne in the final two series of The Crown.

Imelda Staunton will replace Olivia Colman as Queen and Lesley Manville will succeed Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in the Fifth and Sixth Series.

Image: Judging by the dress and her hair, it looks like Erin, 28, wants to put some distance between herself and her role as the Queen's only daughter

Image: Judging by the dress and her hair, it looks like Erin, 28, wants to put some distance between herself and her role as the Queen’s only daughter

Erin recently revealed that she ‘fell in love’ with Princess Anne, after playing the royal in the hit Netflix series.

The actress, originally from West Sussex, said she admired the Princess Royal’s courage and ‘endurance’, which she said came in large part from not having a typical ‘mother figure’ during her life. childhood.

The fourth season of The Crown is critical in its dramatization of the parenthood of her daughter’s Queen, with the monarch – played by Olivia Colman – bragging about leaving her and Charles alone as young children for five months on her tour. with Prince Philip in Australia in 1954.

Speaking to The Times, Erin said, “My choice… was to do [Anne’s steeliness] come from this childhood of not having this maternal figure as you would have liked. You say, “Well, that’s good. If that person isn’t there, I don’t need them ”. ‘

Enjoying: Erin recently revealed she 'fell in love' with Princess Anne, after playing the royal in the hit Netflix series

Taking advantage: Erin recently revealed that she ‘fell in love’ with Princess Anne, after playing the royal in the hit Netflix series

She added: “I think Olivia does an amazing job in the representation. [the Queen], but I think that’s what fascinates them.

This family is completely circulating around this woman who needs to do what she is doing, but it completely detaches her from the beating heart which is a family.

Erin said Princess Anne’s ability to “deflect judgment”, especially from the press as she grew up, was one of her favorite traits to bring the screen to life.

“This part of her personality was the most fun to adopt,” she explained. “She had this ability to completely hijack judgment. It had impacted her so soon after being presented to the media.

“They have commented on her since she was 16. They commented on his body. I find it fascinating and horrifying. If someone had called me dirty at 16, I would have had depression.

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