The Crown star Emma Corrin will donate one of her significant outfits to a charity auction. The velvet, jewel-studded Miu Miu gown with a whimsical white ruff collar is especially significant because it is what Emma wore when she won her first-ever Golden Globe award, Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Drama, for her portrayal of Princess Diana in the hit Netflix series.
Emma Corrin made the decision to sell the custom-made look after news of the Sarah Everard’s murder came to light a few weeks ago. "It's a very strange thing, that so much work is put into creating a custom outfit for one evening, albeit an amazing occasion,"Corrin said. "I wanted the outfit to keep on giving and with the raffle it means that it wasn’t just made for one evening - it will make a difference and give a charity the money it needs to provide crucial help." In order to attract as many participants to the auction as possible, the actress decided to put the dress forward for a raffle, rather than an auction. Tickets cost only £10, with all proceeds going towards The Survivors Trust, an umbrella agency for specialist services helping victims of rape and sexual abuse in the UK.
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