H elena Bonham Carter will play Princess Margaret in the third series of The Crown, and this is perfect. She succeeds Vanessa Kirby as young Margaret, who was all perfumed inadequacy and gin.
Watch video · In the first image, Helena Bonham Carter channels Princess Margaret while staring at a cigarette in its holder as the blurry figure of a man in a suit is seen in the backdrop.
Helena Bonham Carter Will Play Princess Margaret on a martini all but glued to her royal fingers will be Helena Bonham Carter. the second casting announcement among those tapped to take up
Helena Bonham Carter is the latest casting addition to Netflix’s The Crown. She will be playing Princess Margeret. Get all the details right here.
Watch video · After nearly six months of speculation, Netflix finally confirmed via Twitter on Thursday that Helena Bonham Carter will portray the role of Princess Margaret in the upcoming third season.
Jan 05, 2018 · Bonham Carter is “all but confirmed” to replace actress Vanessa Kirby, who delivered a standout performance this past season as the youngest daughter of King George VI.
Watch video · Helena Bonham Carter, Princess Margaret The Netflix period drama is near a deal with the film star. Helena Bonham Carter is gearing up to play Princess Margaret in The Crown.
Helena Bonham Carter may be joining The Crown. The legendary actress is said to be «all but confirmed» to be joining the royalty based Netflix drama when it returns for its third season.
And it’s now official: Helena Bonham Carter will be taking on the role of a middle-aged Princess Margaret. The veteran actress, 51, will join Olivia Colman in the third and fourth seasons, as the
Bonham Carter is a distant cousin of actor Crispin Bonham-Carter. Other prominent distant relatives include Lothian Bonham Carter , who played first-class cricket for Hampshire , his son, Vice Admiral Sir Stuart Bonham Carter , who served in the Royal …
The Crown might have a new Princess Margaret. Helena Bonham Carter is reportedly near a deal to replace Vanessa Kirby in the royal role for season three. The Evening Standard first reported Bonham