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The Crown: Our Favourite Looks So Far

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The royal attire that stole the show

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As we gear up for the highly anticipated season four of Netflix’s The Crown (premiering this Sunday 15 November), one can only contain their excitement about what’s to come; the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana, Margaret Thatcher’s arrival as Prime Minister, and of course, a further array of deliciously decadent royal attire. If you can’t wait until Sunday, feast your eyes on our favourite looks from seasons one to three of The Crown, featuring regal gowns, tiaras, opera gloves and military jackets aplenty.

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The Crown: Our Favourite Looks So Far

 

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    The Queen (Claire Foy) bestows Phillip with the official title of Prince in season two, wearing this opulent dress, combined with opera gloves, a sash and tiara.

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    Princess Elizabeth sports safari-style neutrals and a sun hat on her tour of the Commonwealth.

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    Princess Margaret’s (Vanessa Kirby) blush pink confection of a dress and fur features in season one.

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    Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mother (Victoria Hamilton) don tweed, checks and head scarfs in shades of green and teal at a picnic.

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    The Queen (Olivia Coleman) visits Aberfan to pay her respects following the fatal collapse of a colliery spoil tip. Her red fur-lined coat and pillbox hat are almost an exact replica of those Queen Elizabeth wore on her visit in 1966.

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    Jackie Kennedy (Jodi Balfour) makes a sensational entrance to the series in season two in this elegant and unadorned cool blue dress, in which, alongside President Kennedy, she joins the royals for a dinner at Buckingham Palace in what would have been 1961.

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    Who can forget the scene where the Queen joyfully dances the foxtrot with Ghana’s President Kwame Nkrumah? Or more so, the satin ballgown and emerald-adorned bijouterie?

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    An older Prince Phillip (Tobias Menzies) sports an embellished military jacket, adorned with wartime medals, in season three.

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    Queen Elizabeth shines in pink and pearls whilst seated with two of her beloved Royal corgis – in which she has had more than 30 throughout her life.

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    An exquisite pistachio and sliver bardot dress worn by Princess Margaret (Vanessa Kirby) in season two, finished with a tiara.

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    The Queen wraps up in a sumptuous fur coat – opulent outer garments like such were frequently worn by Her Majesty in the 50s.

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    Suited and booted: The Queen and Prince Phillip share a dance sporting a smart black tuxedo and elegant teal, floral-embroidered dress.

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