‘Spencer’ shows off Kristen Stewart in a ‘fable’ about Diana’s break from the Royals

Jasper Conran, partner of Princess Diana’s confidante, will show off a ‘fable’ about the princess’s departure from the royal family in Los Angeles this autumn ‘Spencer’ shows off Kristen Stewart in a ‘fable’ about…

'Spencer' shows off Kristen Stewart in a 'fable' about Diana's break from the Royals

Jasper Conran, partner of Princess Diana’s confidante, will show off a ‘fable’ about the princess’s departure from the royal family in Los Angeles this autumn

‘Spencer’ shows off Kristen Stewart in a ‘fable’ about Diana’s break from the Royals

Kristen Stewart will portray Princess Diana in a movie about the disgraced English aristocrat’s final weeks in the royal family.

Jasper Conran, a partner of Princess Diana’s confidante Rosa Monckton, will show off his play Suck My Kiss in a “fable” about Diana’s departure from the royals in Los Angeles this autumn.

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Nicola Walker, who played Mrs Biggs in BBC One’s Appropriate Adult, has also been cast as Diana.

The film, which is directed by Dennis Kelly, is about Diana’s last six months in the royal family and her doomed marriage to Charles. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the British-American actor and director have created the relationship between the princess and Monckton around Samantha Austen, an 18-year-old who scouted for girls to date and met Diana at nightclub Viva La Dolce Vita in Brighton.

With the aid of Gustaf Carlebach, a childhood friend of Princess Diana’s, Austen, the Playch assistant was sent by Diana to Wales to look after the princess’s sons, Princes William and Harry.

Stewart, 31, has starred in Twilight and Adventureland, while Walker, 52, played Mrs Biggs in the gritty stage adaptation of Stephen King’s The Unbelievable Truth.

In September 2017, Diana’s family tried to have the story blocked from publication by the high court. They described it as a “spurious hoax” that would cause “intensified distress and anguish” to their relatives. It was recently reported that Stewart is starring in David Fincher’s new TV series Mindhunter.

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