Date, Cast, and Plot of ‘Spencer’: This is everything we know so far about the Kristin Stewart Diana film


Venice Film Festival will premiere Spencer on September 3. Then, four days after the 24th anniversary of her death, the film premieres. For those who cannot attend the Venice Film Festival, Spencer will be released in cinemas worldwide on Friday, November 5.

American actress Kristen Stewart portrays Princess Diana in the film Spencer. Snow White in Snow White and the Huntsman is her most well-known role. Stewart studied Diana’s 1990s video and worked closely with a dialect coach to prepare for the position.

Jack Farthing from Poldark will play the Prince of Wales.  Her Netflix credits include Love Wedding Repeat, Official Secrets, and Blandings, among others.

Actor Thomas Douglas will portray Diana’s father, John Spencer. In her film debut with Thomas Douglas, German actress Olga Hellsing will play Sarah Ferguson, Diana’s mother. In the role of Prince Andrew, Niklas Kohrt will star alongside Amy Manson, who will play Anne Boleyn.

Oriana Gordon portrays Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones, Ryan Wichert shows Staff Sergeant Wood, and John Keogh describes Michael. Aside from Hawkins, BAFTA nominee Timothy Spall, Sean Harris and Richard Sammel all play roles that have not yet been revealed.

This book focuses on Princess Diana’s life on three key days in 1991 at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, England: Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. As rumours swirled around Diana and Prince Charles, the couple’s marriage appeared to be crumbling behind closed doors.

Filmmakers plan to explore Diana’s deteriorating marriage, her connection with Prince William and Harry, and the demands of royal life, as well as Diana’s choice to depart from the Royal Family permanently.

It was revealed that Diana and Charles were no longer together a year after the film’s production began. He remarked: “[Spencer] spans across three days, and it’s more about envisioning what it could have felt like than it is about providing any new knowledge.”

In a press release introducing the film, Pablo Larran teased: “It was determined that we would tell a story about identity, and how a lady decides not to be the queen. When she meets Charles, she realises that she wants to be who she was before he came into her life and decides to return to her old self.”


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