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The Cast of The Crown Season 3 Looks Just Like Their Real-Life Counterparts

See what the stars of the show look like in real life.

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The Crown has one of the most talented casts on TV, and as we anxiously await the arrival of Season 3, we're taking a look at the how the characters on the show compare to their real-life counterparts—and what the cast looks like in real life.

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Seasons 3 and 4: Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman)

British acting legend Olivia Colman took over the role of Queen Elizabeth II for Seasons 3 and 4 of The Crown. While you wait for the new season, watch her in Broadchurch on Netflix, The Night Manager on Amazon Prime, or her Oscar-winning role in The Favourite.

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Prince Philip (Tobias Menzies)

The Outlander and Game of Thrones alum will take on the role of Prince Philip in the new season of The Crown.

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Princess Margaret (Helena Bonham Carter)

Helena Bonham Carter will portray Princess Margaret in Season 3 of The Crown. She'll also be voicing a character in Netflix's upcoming The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.

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Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon (Ben Daniels)

Ben Daniels, of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and The Exorcist TV show, will play Antony Armstrong-Jones, husband of Princess Margaret and the 1st Earl of Snowdon, in the new season of The Crown.

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Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor)

In Season 3, we'll see the Prince of Wales as an adult for the first time as he grows into his role as the heir to the throne. English actor Josh O'Connor, who's appeared in indie flick God's Own Country and PBS's TV rendition of Les Misérables, portrays the queen and Prince Philip's eldest.

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Princess Anne (Erin Doherty)

Like her onscreen brother, Doherty also appeared in the TV production of Les Misérables, in addition to the British series Call the Midwife. Starting on Season 3 of the crown, the actress will bring another female force in the royal family to life: the queen and Prince Philip's only daughter.

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Camilla Shand (Emerald Fennell)

Fennell, who appeared in the TV show Call the Midwife and wrote Killing Eve's second season, brings to life Camilla Shand, now known as Camilla Parker-Bowles, or the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles's second wife.

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Lord Louis Mountbatten "Uncle Dickie" (Charles Dance)

Game of Thrones fans may know Charles Dance as the intimidating patriarch Tywin Lannister, but the actor will appear on The Crown's third season as Lord Mountbatten, known by his family as "Uncle Dickie." He was both Prince Philip's uncle and Queen Elizabeth II's distant cousin.

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Harold Wilson (Jason Watkins)

Watkins, the BAFTA-winning star of The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies, will star as Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who was in office in the late '60s and late '70s.

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Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor (Geraldine Chaplin)

Charlie Chaplin's daughter Geraldine Chaplin, whose lengthy acting credits include Gulliver's Travels and Doctor Zhivago, will take on Wallis Simpson, the American socialite who married King Edward III, which ultimately led to his abdication.

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Seasons 1 and 2: Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy)

Claire Foy returned for Season 2 of The Crown as Queen Elizabeth II—her last, as Olivia Colman took on the role for Seasons 3 and 4. Can't get enough of Foy? Watch her as Anne Boleyn in Wolf Hall or Diana Cavendish in Breathe.

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Prince Philip (Matt Smith)

Matt Smith, of Doctor Who fame, played Prince Philip in the first two seasons of The Crown.

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Princess Margaret (Vanessa Kirby)

Vanessa Kirby plays Princess Margaret, the complicated, beautiful younger sister of the queen. Next up, she'll appear in the Fast & Furious spinoff Hobbs & Shaw.

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Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon (Matthew Goode)

First Lady Mary, now Princess Margaret. Downton Abbey alum Matthew Goode plays photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, husband of the princess, in Season 2 of The Crown.

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Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (Victoria Hamilton)

British stage, TV, and film actress Victoria Hamilton (Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Doctor Foster) played the Queen Mother in the first two seasons of The Crown.

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David, Duke of Windsor (Alex Jennings)

You might recognize Olivier Award-winning actor Alex Jennings, who played the Duke of Windsor, from Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, The Queen, or Masterpiece PBS's Victoria.

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Wallis Simpson (Lia Williams)

British actress and director Lia Williams brought the enigmatic Wallis Simpson to life on The Crown.

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Lord Mountbatten (Greg Wise)

Sense and Sensibility star (and husband of Emma Thompson), Greg Wise played Prince Philip's uncle, Lord Mountbatten.

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Jackie Kennedy (Jodi Balfour)

South African actress Jodi Balfour played Jackie Kennedy in Season 2 of The Crown...

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John F. Kennedy (Michael C. Hall)

While Dexter star Michael C. Hall played John F. Kennedy...

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Bobby Kennedy (Julian Ovenden)

And Downton Abbey alum Julian Ovenden played Bobby Kennedy.

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Kwame Nkrumah (Danny Sapani)

Penny Dreadful star Danny Sapani played the first president of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah, in Season 2 of The Crown.

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Anthony Eden (Jeremy Northam)

Jeremy Northam played Anthony Eden, Queen Elizabeth's first prime minister after Winston Churchill and the instigator of the Suez Crisis. You may recognize him from his roles as Thomas More in The Tudors and Mr. Knightley in Emma.

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Harold Macmillan (Anton Lesser)

The queen's third prime minister, Harold Macmillan, was played by Game of Thrones actor Anton Lesser in The Crown. You can catch him scheming and skulking in meetings at 10 Downing Street on The Crown.

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Lord Salisbury (Clive Francis)

British actor Clive Francis played Lord "Bobbety" Salisbury, a Conservative who worked with Prime Ministers Churchill, Eden, and Macmillan.

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Tommy Lascelles (Pip Torrens)

Pip Torrens (My Week with Marilyn, The Iron Lady, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) brought Queen Elizabeth's former private secretary, the intimidating Tommy Lascelles, to life.

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Michael Adeane (Will Keen)

Will Keen plays Queen Elizabeth's private secretary, Michael Adeane.

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Martin Charteris (Harry Hadden-Paton)

You may recognize Harry Hadden-Paton from his roles in Downton Abbey and Versailles. He played Martin Charteris, one of Queen Elizabeth's private secretaries, in The Crown.

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Mike Parker (Daniel Ings)

Prince Philip's disgraced former secretary, Mike Parker, was portrayed by Lovesick star Daniel Ings in the first two seasons of The Crown.

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Eileen Parker (Chloe Pirrie)

Mike Parker's wife Eileen, who initiates the divorce that nearly causes a scandal for the monarchy in Season 2 of The Crown, was played by Scottish actress Chloe Pirrie.

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