- Yahoo Celebrity
Can you answer these tough royal family quiz questions — along with ten strangers? There's no room for mistakes.
Olivia Colman takes over for Claire Foy in the Netflix drama series.
More than 20 minutes into Friday’s “The Crown” panel, it seemed the cast would never address the royal elephant in the room. But then Vanity Fair’s Krista Smith asked her final question: What about the pay gap? Amid a media storm surrounding reports that Matt Smith, who plays Prince Philip, received a higher salary on the […]
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Claire Foy has changed her hair quite a few times, but this ’do makes her the most unrecognizable. The look has also been tried by Kim, Mary J. Blige, Alicia Keys, and others since Philip Lim resurrected it in 2009.
- Hello Giggles
Netflix’s cult-favorite period drama The Crown makes its regal return on December 8th, marking a new season of marital woes between Claire…
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Emmys 2017: From 'Handmaid's Tale' to 'Big Little Lies,' some of the most unforgettable TV fashion moments
With so many great shows on TV during the last year, there were a lot of great costumes. Here are some memorable moments and designs from the Emmy nominees.
- Harper's Bazaar
No expense was spared.
As British actress Vanessa Kirby prepares for viewers to react to Netflix's highly-anticipated new drama, The Crown, there's one prospective binge-watcher she's particularly concerned about. "I keep imagining Queen Elizabeth sitting on her sofa watching us recite our lines," Kirby tells InStyle with a laugh. The first season of the drama, which reportedly cost over $150 million to produce, follows the early life of the Queen, played by Claire Foy, as she begins her reign. Kirby takes o