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'The Crown' Season 3 Cast: Royal Look-Alikes?

See how the actors compare to the real thing.

After two seasons of palace intrigue, Netflix's royal drama "The Crown" — which chronicles the reign of Queen Elizabeth II — will jump forward in time, necessitating a brand new (slightly older) cast when it returns in 2019. (Godspeed, Claire Foy!)

But how do all these fresh faces stack up to their monarchical counterparts? Take a look! (Pictured above, from left: Princess Anne, Prince Charles, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth, and Prince Philip, 1972)

Queen Elizabeth Fox Photos/Getty Images and Dave Hogan Queen Elizabeth After two Emmy-nominated seasons portraying Her Majesty, Foy will vacate the throne to make room for "Broadchurch" actress Olivia Colman. Prince Philip Bellisario/Popperfoto/Getty Images and Nurphoto Prince Philip Queen Elizabeth's rascally husband (previously played by "Doctor Who" actor Matt Smith) will now bear a striking resemblance to "Outlander" star Tobias Menzies. Princess Margaret PA Images and Jamie McCarthy Princess Margaret Few actors shined quite so brightly during "The Crown"'s first two seasons as relative newcomer Vanessa Kirby, who starred as Elizabeth's feisty sister Margaret. But, oh, what a replacement, indeed! Actress Helena Bonham Carter will assume the role for season 3. Antony Armstrong-Jones Bettmann and Bennett Raglin Antony Armstrong-Jones "Flesh and Bone" actor Ben Daniels will pick up where Matthew Goode left off, playing Princess Margaret's photographer husband. Prince Charles Tim Graham Photo Library and Roberto Ricciuti/Getty Images Prince Charles The Windsor children will be children no more. A more grown-up Prince Charles will be portrayed by "God's Own Country" actor Josh O'Connor. Princess Anne Princess Anne And rounding out the royals is daughter Princess Anne, played by newcomer Erin Doherty.

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