Netflix unveils first look images from season five of 'The Crown'

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New images from season five have been unveiled. (Netflix) (Keith Bernstein)

The Crown fans have been given a peek at new images from the upcoming fifth series.

The Netflix drama is set to return in November, with Elizabeth Debicki taking over from Emma Corrin as Princess Diana and Dominic West starring as Charles.

Snaps from the new series have now been unveiled on Twitter, with the caption: "New season, new decade, new cast.

"Here's your first look at S5 of The Crown, coming 9 November."

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One of the pictures shows Debicki as Diana, clad in a sparkling dress and with the late royal's trademark pageboy hair do. She appears to be at a formal event and looks downcast, with her shoulders hunched over.

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Diana is seen on a boat with her family. (Netflix) (Keith Bernstein)

In another she is on a boat with her husband and sons Prince William and Prince Harry, wearing dark sunglasses and waving.

And one is of Charles with Camilla, with their relationship set to be covered this series.

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One shot shows Charles and Camilla. (Netflix)

Another of the images shows Imelda Staunton and Jonathan Pryce standing together as Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, with both of them wearing items of red tartan.

The role of the Queen was previously played by Olivia Colman while Tobias Menzies was the Duke of Edinburgh.

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The Queen wears tartan in one of the new snaps. (Netflix)

The fifth series of the hit show is set in the 90s.

Debicki said: “That's the amazing thing about playing these people at this time, because in the journey of The Crown so far out of all the seasons, this is the most visual content we have of the Royal Family.

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"In the 90s everything had started to be filmed and also it was the birth of the 24-hour news cycle so there's just this incredible amount of content that we have access to.”

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