The Crown: Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce recreate the 1995 Royal Variety Show as Queen and Philip

Actors Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce have been photographed channeling the Queen Y prince philip in the latest look from the set of the new series of The Crown.

The latest series of Netflix series, its fifth installment, will cover the Royal familyThe story of the nineties.

These new images recreate Her Majesty and Philip arriving at London’s Dominion Theater for the 1995 Royal Variety Performance.

Imelda Staunton, who recently took on the role of Olivia Coleman, who played the Queen during the second and third series, is seen wearing a sparkly blue gown, accessorized with long white gloves and a fur stole.

Actress Imelda Staunton has been photographed on the set of The Crown, recreating a night in 1995.

Flashbacks, meanwhile, show the Queen herself attending the 1995 event.

Netflix is ​​currently filming the fifth season of The Crown, which will follow the story of the Royal Family throughout the 1990s. Footage from the set shows Imelda Staunton (left) dressed as the Queen at the 1995 Royal Variety Performance (right)

Actor Jonathan Pryce, who took over the role of Prince Felipe from Tobias Méndez, for the last two series of The Crown, was also photographed filming the scene.

Actor Jonathan Pryce, who took over the role of Prince Felipe from Tobias Méndez, for the last two series of The Crown, was also photographed filming the scene.

Her blue emerald earrings seem to be a perfect match for the monarch’s jewelry for the night.

She is joined by Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, who is also new to the series, and takes on the role of Tobias Menzies.

Jonathan’s costume consists of a classic black suit, with a white shirt and black bowtie.

The theater has been transformed to give it the appropriate period look, and photos from the set show numerous extras playing paparazzi and theater staff.

Imelda Staunton (pictured) is one of the few new faces on this season of The Crown, with producers replacing some of the cast to reflect the aging of the characters.

Imelda Staunton (pictured) is one of the few new faces on this season of The Crown, with producers replacing some of the cast to reflect the aging of the characters.

Season five sneak peeks (pictured) show a scene where the Queen and Prince Philip arrive at a London theater to watch the Royal Variety Performance in 1995.

Season five sneak peeks (pictured) show a scene where the Queen and Prince Philip arrive at a London theater to watch the Royal Variety Performance in 1995.

The images show the actors, playing the royal couple, as they enter the Dominion Theatre.

The scene featured various extras brandishing cameras and taking snapshots of the royal couple.

Photographs appear to show the royal couple stopping at the Dominion Theatre, before getting out of their car and walking to the venue.

Pictures from the set show numerous extras, fully dressed in period-appropriate clothing, paparazzi, and theater staff.

Pictures from the set show numerous extras, fully dressed in period-appropriate clothing, paparazzi, and theater staff.

It is not yet known how much The Crown, starring Imelda Staunton (pictured), will use artistic license for this series

While many enjoy the added drama provided by the show's creators, it has upset some critics.

While the series often depicts real-life events, it has been known to stray from the truth, angering some critics. However, the scene shown in these images reflects a documented departure of the Queen and Prince Philip.

The Royal Variety Performance in 1995 was held on November 20, which was the same night that Martin Bashir's infamous interview with Diana, Princess of Wales was broadcast.

The Royal Variety Performance in 1995 was held on November 20, which was the same night that Martin Bashir’s infamous interview with Diana, Princess of Wales was broadcast.

Notably, the 1995 Royal Variety Performance was held on November 20, the same night that Martin Bashir’s infamous interview with Diana, Princess of Wales was broadcast, however it is not known to what extent that event will feature. in the program.

While it is understood that the final two series of The Crown will cover the history of the Royal Family throughout the 1990s and into 2003, it is not yet known which moments will be seen.

However, this period of time is fertile ground for the family, most notably 1992, which the Queen described as an ‘annus horriblis’.

Imelda Staunton was seen shielded from the drizzle by a crew member holding an umbrella.

The actor maintained a cheerful demeanor, despite the less than ideal weather conditions.

A crew member was photographed holding an umbrella over actress Imelda Staunton, protecting her (and her lavish costume) from the drizzle.

Among the elaborate details of the production design, including period costumes and décor, is the black car that transports the royal couple in the scene.

Among the elaborate details of the production design, including period costumes and décor, is the black car that transports the royal couple in the scene.

Meanwhile, another photo surfaced showing the actors, playing Prince Philip and the Queen, looking somber as they performed the scene.

Pissed off?  Jonathan Pryce, in the role of Prince Philip, seemed to be on the receiving end of a look from Imelda Staunton, as she played the role of Queen to her.

Photos of the actors filming the show appear to show the Queen (played by Imelda Staunton) looking pensive.

He was referring to the breakdown of the marriages of three of his children; Prince Andrew, the divorce of Princess Anne and Prince Charles from Princess Diana, as well as a fire at Windsor Castle.

The rest of the 90s saw the deaths of Princess Margaret, the Queen Mother and the Princess of Wales.

While the show often features real-life events, it has become infamous for tweaking events to fit its narrative, which has outraged some.

In addition to Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce, there will be several fresh new faces, as the producers introduce new actors to reflect the aging process of the characters.

These include Lesley Manville, who will play Princess Margaret. Meanwhile, Jonathan Pryce, 73, will take on the role of Prince Philip. Additionally, James Murray will take on the role of Prince Andrew and Elizabeth Debicki will play Diana.

It is not yet known how faithfully the fifth series will keep to the facts.

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