The likeness is electric! Naomi Watts emulates another iconic Princess Diana outfit as she recreates Sydney blue dress look
00:53 GMT, 13 July 2012
She's already stunned after she was spotted giving a first glimpse of her Princess Diana role earlier this week.
And now fans are set to be even more stunned as more pictures of Naomi Watts have been revealed as she continues filming the biopic.
The actress has been shooting scenes for the Diana movie and has now given off an electric look as she emulated one of Diana's iconic looks in a blue gown.
Spot the difference: Actress Naomi Watts stuns in an electric blue frock as she recreates the iconic Versace look Princess Diana wore in Sydney in 1996
Watts could almost be mistaken for Prince Charles' late former wife as she was seen walking along a red carpet in the electric blue dress, which is a copy of the Versace number Diana wore in Sydney in 1996.
Naomi threw herself into the role yet again as she sported blonde cropped hair.
Uncanny: Watts is filming the dinner dance scene in Croatia to emulate the visit Diana made the year before her death to the Chang Institute in Sydney
Coveted role: Naomi has so far stunned as she gives glimpses of her role in the Diana biopic during filming scenes
She was acting out scenes as if she were at the Chang Institute Down Under, where Diana famously visited for a dinner dance the year before her untimely death.
Although Watts was shooting the scenes in Croatia as she continues to take on the coveted role.
It was only a few days ago that she stunned by recreating a very poignant image of Diana.
Biopic: Naomi Watts is recreating many of Princess Diana's iconic outfits and moments of her life for the touching movie
It is one of the most iconic pictures of the Princess – a solitary figure on a luxury yacht, gazing out to sea.
The image, taken just a week before her death, is a lasting and instantly recognisable shot which was recreated by Naomi Watts.
The actress filmed a scene which portrays Diana's holiday aboard Mohamed Al Fayed's yacht, which was moored in Portofino when the image was captured in August 1997.
Harrowing scenes: She then later changed into another outfit as she played out a scene where Princess Diana and Dodi are chased by Paparazzi to The Ritz in Paris
Testing memories: Watts is set to relive Diana's last moments and producers have already been filming poignant scenes including paparazzi following them as they dined at the Ritz restaurant
Wearing an identical pale blue swimsuit created by designer Melissa Odabash and with her blonde hair styled in that famous crop, Watts bears a striking resemblance to the late royal.
A representative for Odabash – whose swimwear is a favourite with celebrities such as Cheryl Cole and Kelly Brook, told Mail Online that the designer created all the bathing suits for the film to her own designs.
The 43-year-old star sat at the very edge of the diving board on the boat, and reclined on her back, soaking up the sun.
During a break in filming, an aide rushed to protect the fair actress from sunburn as she chatted with a crewmember.
Naomi Watts is pictured on the set of the Diana biopic, recreating one
of the most lasting images of the Princess of Wales on holiday in
Portofino, Italy, just a week before her death
image: Diana, Princess of Wales, was pictured sitting on the diving
board of Mohamed Al Fayed's boat Jonikal in August 1997
Sun worshiper: Watts reclines on the diving board, lapping up the Mediterranean sun
Take five: An aide rushed to protect Naomi's fair skin during a break in filming
A few days ago, Naomi was filming scenes with Cas Anvar, who portrays Dian's lover Dodi Al Fayed.
The pair embraced on the deck of the boat as they shot the intimate scenes.
Diana and Dodi holidayed for nine days aboard his father's boat Jonikal before their fateful trip to Paris.
Taking direction: Watts discussed the scene with crew members
Princess in love: A few days ago Naomi filmed scenes with Cas Anvar, who portrays Dodi Al Fayed
British actress Naomi Watts recreates the famous images of Diana with Dodi on the yacht days before she was killed
Watts has said she is ‘terrified’ of
playing such an icon on film. The movie from German director Oliver
Hirschbiegel was called Caught In Flight, before being changed to simply Diana.
The film will follow the last two years of Diana's life before her death and focus on her relationship with heart surgeon Dr Hasnat Khan who is being portrayed by Lost star Naveen Andrews.
But it will also look at her time
with Dodi, who she was with at the time she died and the movie will
include her death, aged 36, in a car in a Paris tunnel in 1997 with the
Art imitating life: Naomi and Cas show a strong resemblance to the late Princess Diana and millionaire playboy Dodi Fayed
Pressure: Watts has said she is 'terrified' taking on the role of Princess Diana