On Wednesday night, the new cast of ‘The Crown’ celebrated the upcoming release of the third season with a star-studded red carpet world premiere in London.
Olivia Colman, who replaces Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II in the revamped third season of the popular Netflix TV programme, attended alongside her on-screen sister, Helena Bonham Carter, who plays Princess Margaret.
Tobias Menzies, who’s taken on the role of Prince Philip, joined his on-screen wife and sister-in-law on the red carpet.
Also in attendance was ‘Les Misérable’ star Erin Doherty, who acts as the Queen’s daughter Princess Anne, Gillian Anderson, who’s taken on the role of former UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher and “The Durrells’ star Josh O’Connor, who plays Prince Charles.
For the star-studded occasion, 45-year-old Colman donned a chic black dress from Prada. The elegant gown featured a fishtail and fluted sleeves. A teal satin clutch bag completed the look.
Meanwhile, Bonham Carter, 53, who’s known for her quirky sense of style, turned to London Fashion Week designer Ryan Lo for her feather-embellished gown.
Doherty matched the red carpet in a full-skirted dress by Dolce & Gabbana. The dress featured a corset bodice and satin straps.
Anderson, 51, arrived in a luxe look: a velvet, midnight blue dress paired with a faux fur jacket.
The show’s male leads looked equally glamorous.
O’Connor, 29, showed off his sartorial prowess in a bespoke wool blazer and high waisted pleated trousers by Loewe. A silk tie shirt in white and a black and tulip brooch provided the finishing touches.
Menzies wore a single breasted check, three-piece suit, shirt and silk tie by Corneliani.
While Treadaway, who plays Roddy Llewellyn, opted for a blue, three-piece suit.
The third series of ‘The Crown’ will debut on Netflix on Sunday 17 November. For the first time, the streaming service will make the first episode free for all to watch - including non-subscribers.