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Way back in February, we were given a glimpse of how Naomi Watts will look as the late Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic.

Now we can see how that will translate on the big screen, as the trailer to Diana (originally titled Caught In Flight) has just been released.

The film focuses on Diana's relationship with Dr. Hasnat Kahn from 1995 until a few months before her death in Paris in 1997. Apparently, he was the love of her life but the relationship broke down due to the media's obsession with the People's Princess.

The film has been written by Stephen Jeffreys, who was also behind The Libertine, and it's rumoured that it will be released in September, just days after the 16th anniversary of her death.

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