She has received rave reviews for her outing as Princess Diana in The Crown, which landed on Netflix on Sunday.
And Emma Corrin, 24, has been posing up a storm for British GQ to mark her starring role, appearing on the latest cover of digital magazine GQ Hype.
The British actress looked incredible as she posed in a series of sheer outfits that showed off her gym-honed physique.
Sensational: Emma Corrin, 24, has been posing up a storm for British GQ , to mark her appearance on the cover of digital magazine GQ Hype in November
In one shot, Emma stripped down to nothing apart from a black pair of underpants and some lime green nipple tape, over which she wore a see-through fish-net onesie.
The actress sipped from a cup of tea and gazed sultrily at the camera, a dash of eyeliner accentuating her striking gaze.
Another shot showed Emma in a blue sports t-shirt marked with the slogan ‘hysteric’, as she once again stared intensely at the camera.
The cover image showed the actress in a sensational sheer shirt with a chunky silver rosary hanging over the top.
Stunner: The actress sipped from a cup of tea and gazed sultrily at the camera, a dash of eyeliner accentuating her striking gaze
Intense: Another shot showed Emma in a blue sports t-shirt marked with the slogan ‘hysteric’, as she once again stared intensely at the camera
In the accompanying interview with the magazine, Emma opened up about her feelings towards the royal family.
When asked what she thought Princes William and Harry might make of the show, Emma admitted ‘I’d be interested to know what they think,’ adding, ‘If I ever saw them at a party, I’d probably leave!’
The rising star would not be drawn on who was to blame for the breakdown of Charles and Diana’s marriage, saying instead that ‘the real mistake was that the marriage happened in the first place.’
Emma also admitted she was ‘sad’ to only appear in one series when most actors have appeared in two – but nonetheless says she has ‘moved on.’
Exciting: Meanwhile, on Sunday, the thespian celebrated ‘Crown Day’ with a cheery social media post
She believes it is fundamentally a ‘sad’ series, ‘apart from the 20 minutes when Charles and Diana are happy in episode six.’
‘She had this idea of what she wanted it to be,’ the actress said, ‘because she was so young. I drew on my own experience for that. I think of myself as young, but I was 23 when we were filming. Diana was 19; 16 at the start.’
On Sunday, the thespian celebrated ‘Crown Day’ with a cheery social media post.
The TV star appeared in great spirits as she beamed alongside a billboard poster of herself as the late royal.
Emma wrote: ‘sending all my love to my fellow cast and crew, wish we could all be squeezing each other.
‘thank you Peter, Suzanne, Ben, Rob, Nina, Michael, Andy, Jess, Julian, Paul for believing in me.’ (sic)
The season portrays Diana’s entrance in the Royal Family, as well as her incompatibility with Prince Charles due to their near 13-year age difference.
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Background: Season 4 of The Crown portrays Diana’s entrance in the Royal Family , as well as her incompatibility with Prince Charles due to their near 13-year age difference (pictured in 1981)
Impressive: The English rose transforms into Diana alongside Prince Charles actor Josh O’Connor in the new series