The Crown star Erin Doherty stuns in a plunging gown for photoshoot

What would Anne say? The Crown star Erin Doherty stuns in a plunging gown during a Netflix photoshoot as she prepares to take on a new thriller role

Princess Anne was always the headstrong royal sibling. 

But even at her most daring she’s unlikely to have ever appeared in a dress quite like this.

Actress Erin Doherty – who played the young Anne in series three and four of The Crown – posed in the plunging gown as she gets ready 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 in a photoshoot for Netflix

Judging by the dress and her hair, it seems Erin, 28, is keen to put some distance between herself and her role as the Queen’s only daughter. 

Erin was taking part in a photoshoot for Netflix as she prepares to play the female lead in thriller Rebel Ridge opposite Star Wars’ John Boyega. 

Filming is due to begin in March in Louisiana.

It could be a challenge for Erin who has fully embraced the character of Anne for the last few years.

New role: Erin’s female lead in thriller Rebel Ridge opposite Star Wars’ John Boyega could be a new challenge for her as she has recently starred as Princess Anne in The Crown (above)

‘I watched and watched an interview on YouTube that Princess Anne did with Michael Parkinson, and I got all the sounds she makes from that,’ Erin told the Mail’s Weekend magazine. 

‘I recorded it and I’d go for walks listening to it. Then I’d order a coffee in her voice to try to make it sit naturally.’

It is not yet known who will replace Erin as Anne in the final two series of The Crown. 

Imelda Staunton will replace Olivia Colman as the Queen and Lesley Manville will take over from Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in the fifth and sixth series. 

Royalty: Judging by the dress and her hair, it seems Erin, 28, is keen to put some distance between herself and her role as the Queen’s only daughter

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