The Crown’s Olivia Colman and Claire Foy to be combating over their shared job as Queen Elizabeth II in BBC’s forthcoming virtual Cinderella panto!!!

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The Crown’s Olivia Colman and Claire Foy will be seen doing combating it out over their shared job as Queen Elizabeth II in the BBC’s forthcoming virtual Cinderella panto.

Adding to the solid Crown flavor will be Helena Bonham Carter, who played Princess Margaret on the Netflix show – however, The Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy, who plays Cinderella, will before long champion herself as the legitimate ruler

The Crown's Olivia Colman and Claire Foy to be combating over their shared job as Queen Elizabeth II in BBC's forthcoming virtual Cinderella panto!!!

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Playing Baron Hardup, Tom Hollander Olivia, 46, will play the Fairy Godmother in the foundation creation of Cinderella, while Helena, 54, will be the Wicked Stepmother.

In snaps from the exhibition, Olivia wears a radiance and wings. While Helena, whose character name is Lady Devilia, wears a hide wrap, huge shades, and a fascinator. The Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy plays Cinderella in the panto, which will be appeared on BBC2 on Christmas Eve at 8.15 pm.

Genuine sister and sibling Daisy May and Charlie Cooper are the Evil Step Sisters, while Guz Khan plays Buttons. Tom Hollander shows up as Baron Hardup, Rege-Jean Page plays Prince Charming. Jimmy Akingbola as Dandini. Little Britain star David Walliams is Major Domo and comedienne Aisling Bea shows up as Mrs. Snitch. The BBC guarantees ‘astonishments and appearances galore’ – and even an emulate horse.

The Crown's Olivia Colman and Claire Foy to be combating over their shared job as Queen Elizabeth II in BBC's forthcoming virtual Cinderella panto!!!

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The cast gathered on the web, with craftsman Quentin Blake making delineations to rejuvenate the panto for watchers. Will have the occasion to give to Comic Relief ventures as they watch. BBC2 regulator Patrick Holland stated that this is special amazement toward the finish of a year when we as a whole need brightening up.

‘It’ll be exceptionally interesting and cheerful – and furthermore, an extraordinary occasional occasion to raise urgent assets for the tasks. It will help the weakest individuals, at home and abroad. Particularly now when Covid has made things harder than at any other time for some.