The Crown season four will include the introduction of Emma Corrin as Princess Diana, and it looks like they will be re-creating some of the royal's most memorable looks. In the trailer, we get a glimpse of Diana's iconic wedding dress designed by Elizabeth and David Emanuel, but Netflix recently shared a few more photos teasing what's to come. In addition to documenting Diana and Prince Charles's courtship and eventual marriage, it appears the new season will showcase some of their notable royal appearances, including their 1983 Australia tour with a young Prince William. Before the new season premieres on Nov. 15, see The Crown's costumes side by side with Diana's actual looks ahead.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles posed with Prince William during a photocall in Auckland, New Zealand, in April 1983.
Princess Diana sported a floral shirt and yellow overalls while attending a polo match in July 1981.
Princess Diana was spotted wearing a red blazer outside her London flat in 1980.
Photographers snapped a photo of Princess Diana in a blue sweater outside her London flat in 1980.
Princess Diana wore an Elizabeth and David Emanuel gown for her wedding to Prince Charles in July 1981.
Princess Diana wore a red polka-dot dress for the 1981 premiere of the Bond film For Your Eyes Only.
The Crown also seems to take inspiration from Princess Diana's red dress by Bruce Oldfield, which she wore during her Australian tour with Prince Charles in March 1983.
The style of the dress Princess Diana wears on The Crown seems to be modeled after the Catherine Walker gown Princess Diana wore at the Cannes Film Festival in May 1987.
The hints of purple and floral also seem to be a nod to the dress Princess Diana wore at the Royal Opera House in January 1989.
While Princess Diana certainly wore a lot of florals during her time as a royal, the one-shoulder dress on The Crown seems to be modeled after this Catherine Walker gown she wore during a visit to Brazil in April 1991.