The New Spencer Trailer Introduces Kristen Stewart As Princess Diana

Stewart nails Diana’s accent and mannerisms.

Spencer has received its first full trailer.

Following the film’s festival debut, film studio Neon released a complete trailer for the film, which will follow the late Princess Diana during a holiday visit with the royal family.

Finally, fans of the royal family will be able to hear Kristen Stewart’s rendition of Princess Diana’s accent.

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The film is directed by Pablo Larraín, who also directed Jackie. It picks up right where The Crown season four left off. The Prince and Princess of Wales are only married in name, with rumours of extramarital affairs and an eventual divorce adding to the family strife of a royal Christmas at Sandringham Estate.

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“Is she here yet?” Stella Gonet, who plays Queen Elizabeth II, sneers in Spencer’s trailer. “Then, she’s late.”

Diana’s uncomfortable breathing and anxious eyes contrast with the trailer’s vivid ’90s attire and extravagant dinners served in huge halls. The visit serves as a test for the princess, similar to the queen’s famed Balmoral visits.

“They know everything,” Sally Hawkins, playing Diana’s personal dresser Maggie, warns her.

Spencer is an imagining of what might have happened during those few fateful days,” reads a press release, speculating on the ultra-private lives of some of the world’s most public and controversial figures.

The New trailer from the film Spencer depicts a grim reality for Princess Diana: the flash and glam of life at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate is not without scrutiny.

“Three days, that’s it,” Diana promises herself as she prepares for the Christmas celebrations, which will include eating, drinking, shooting, and hunting.

Stewart, who is dressed to the nines in exquisite gowns and opulent outfits, is torn apart by emotionally draining duties and merciless paparazzi. “Mommy, what’s happened to make you so sad?” her son asks at one point. “You have to be able to do things you hate,” Charles says later.

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Diana is aware of her fate. “There’s no hope for me,” she says at the end of the trailer. “Not with them.”

Timothy Spall, Jack Farthing, and Sean Harris also appear in the film, which was written by Steven Knight and costumed by Jacqueline Durran. When it premiered at the Venice, Toronto, and Telluride film festivals this summer, Spencer received rave reviews. It is set to hit theatres on November 5. Stewart, 31, has gotten a lot of attention for her portrayal and is set to be nominated for an Academy Award.

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