Netflix took to Twitter Tuesday to share the first official photos of Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana and Dominic West as Prince Charles in the "The Crown" Season 5.

"Our new Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki)," the official Twitter handle captioned the photos.

Fans took to the comments section to share their reaction to the images.

One of the fans commented, "Wow, these two look amazing. Can't wait for the next season. Hopefully, we don't have to wait too long. I don't imagine that a show like The Crown would need a lot of post-production. There's really no CGI or anything like that. It's really just editing, music and a bit of ADR."

Another fan wrote, "I recently saw a documentary on Princess Diana's stepmother. It shone a new light on how the Princess behaved at times. The Crown researchers should look into it."

In Season 5, Debicki will portray the princess from the early 1990s while West will play her estranged husband.

The upcoming season's cast also includes Imelda Staunton, who will portray Queen Elizabeth II and Jonathan Pryce, who will play Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Its production already began in the U.K. last month and it is slated for release next year on Netflix.

In Season 4, which dropped on Nov. 15, 2020, actors Emma Corrin and Josh O'Connor portrayed Princess Diana and Prince Charles, respectively. It focused on the couple's marriage and dealing with fame.

The previous season also highlighted Princess Diana's eating disorder, as well as her affair with military officer James Hewitt, portrayed by actor Daniel Donskoy. Charles' extra-marital affair with Camilla Parker Bowles, played by actress Emerald Fennel, was also highlighted in it.

Besides "The Crown," Debicki will be seen in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3" and "Farnsworth House." Both movies are currently under pre-production.

As for West, he is currently filming the historical drama film "Downtown Abbey 2," which will come out on Dec. 26. He will also appear in the U.K. remake of the television series "Call My Agent" and "SAS: Rogue Heroes," which is a mini-television series.

Even a fictionalized accounting of the Royal Family is worth binging on, which is possible with “The Crown.” Ollie Upton/Netflix