The gallery has been updated with photos of Elizabeth attending events during November! Take a look below or in the gallery.
Events > 2022 > November 15: “The Crown” Sag Nom Event
Events > 2022 > November 16: Visiting “The Piano Lesson” on Broadway
Events > 2022 > November 17: Netflix TV Celebration: Cocktails + Conversation
Hi, Elizabeth fans! I’ve updated the gallery with some magazine scans and photoshoots of Elizabeth. Check out the stunning Elizabeth photos below!
Magazine Scans > 2022 > Radio Times (November 2022)
Magazine Scans > 2022 > Vanity Fair Italia (November 2022)
Magazine Scans > 2022 > Vogue Germany (November 2022)
Magazine Scans > 2022 > Vogue UK (December 2022)
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On Monday, Elizabeth attended the 2022 Met Gala (May 2) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. This year’s Met celebrated “In America: An Anthology of Fashion.”
It’s been a breathless few months for Elizabeth Debicki and it shows no sign of slowing down. The Australian converses from her apartment in Brooklyn, where she’s having a momentary break from learning lines for her next role. She’s just finished filming on one of her biggest roles to date—playing Diana, Princess of Wales, in the upcoming season of The Crown— and next week, she’s back on set with James Gunn, filming the third installment of Guardians of the Galaxy.
Sitting on the floor, leaning against her sofa, and grabbing a quick slice of pizza, Debicki says she’s happy to be busy and among people again after a “surreal” lockdown spent largely alone. “At a certain point in the pandemic, I was super isolated,” Debicki says. She speaks slowly, in low tones, considering every question pensively, replying thoughtfully and reflectively. “It was before I’d gone back home to see my family and [because] of a number of factors, I went through this passage of time on my own. It’s incredible how your sense of self dissolves and becomes quite swampy and murky when you’re not touched or witnessed by people.”