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Kristen Stewart nails her role as Princess Diana in ‘Spencer’

The trailer for Kristen Stewart’s next film ‘Spencer’ has been released, and the actress plays the late Princess Diana. The actress strikes all the right notes, from her magnificent clothes to her haircut, demeanor, and even nailing her stiff upper lip.

The American actor captures the wounded British monarch with ease in the two-minute and 17-second trailer for ‘Spencer,’ the forthcoming biographical drama about the renowned figure. ‘Spencer,’ directed by Pablo Larrain, deals with Diana’s choice to divorce Prince Charles, played by Jack Farthing.

The film isn’t entirely accurate, but it is a reimagining of what may have occurred over that terrible holiday season.

The teaser for ‘Spencer’ depicts a grim truth for Diana, Princess of Wales: the glamour and gloss of life at the Queen’s Sandringham Estate isn’t without scrutiny.

“Three days, that’s all,” Diana reminds herself as she prepares for the Christmas celebrations, which will include eating, drinking, shooting, and hunting.
Stewart, who is dressed to the nines in gorgeous dresses and smart suits, is torn apart by emotionally draining commitments and vicious paparazzi.

“Mommy, what happened to make you so sad?” her kid wonders at one point in the trailer.

“You have to be able to do things you don’t like,” Charles says afterward.

In the teaser, she says, “There is no hope for me.” “Not with them,” says the speaker.

The film ‘Spencer,’ from Neon and Topic Studios, is set to hit theatres on November 5.

The Prince and Princess of Wales’ marriage have long ago turned chilly, according to the description of the Larran directed film. Despite rumors of extramarital relationships and a divorce, the Christmas celebrations at Sandringham Estate are set to be peaceful. There’s shooting and hunting, as well as eating and drinking.

Diana is well-versed in the game. Things will be drastically different this year.
On November 5, 2021, the picture, which also stars Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins, and Sean Harris, will be released in theatres.