The actress channeled Queen Elizabeth II while filming scenes forThe Crown in Wales on Thursday, and we've got to say, she looks pretty spot-on.
Colman perfectly mimicked the long-reigning monarch's look as she shot scenes recreating the queen's 1966 trip following the Aberfan disaster in 1966. Tragedy occurred when a colliery waste tip collapsed and killed 116 children and 28 adults.
The actress appeared somber on set as she mourned victims in the scene, wearing a red coat with a fur trim and matching hat nearly identical to an ensemble the queen wore in the '60s.
“I’ve known for a really long time and I’ve been excited for a really long time,” Foy told ET of Colman stepping into the role. “We’ve spoken and I just think she’s just the most extraordinary actress. And she’s also an incredibly wonderful human being, so I just think it’s great. I think it’s amazing. I can’t wait to see what she’s done with it. The part’s not mine. It never was. It goes on and lives on and so I just can’t think of anyone better.”