The 33-year-old Australian starlet has once again claimed the title of Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, this time at the 2024 Critics Choice Awards, for her remarkable portrayal of the late Diana, Princess of Wales, in the final two seasons of the Netflix series The Crown.
Adding another jewel to her crown, she had previously won the same award at the 81st annual Golden Globe Awards.
Sultry Elegance in Black Oscar de la Renta Jumpsuit
On Sunday, January 14, Elizabeth Debicki graced the 29th annual Critics Choice Awards in a bedazzled jumpsuit at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, stealing the spotlight amidst a sea of floor-length gowns.
Elizabeth Debicki shines at the 29th annual Critics Choice Awards in a dazzling Oscar de la Renta crystal-embellished jumpsuit, redefining glamour amidst the evening’s sea of gowns (Credit: Jennifer Bloc / Future Image / Cover Images)
Her crystal-embellished jumpsuit from Oscar de la Renta’s Pre-Fall 2024 collection was a modern take on formalwear, featuring high-waisted stretch-wool wide-leg tailored trousers.
Pairing her pants with elegance, Elizabeth adorned herself in a nude-colored Oscar de la Renta crystal-embroidered faille top featuring a sleeveless silhouette adorned with silver gems and a sizable bow at the waist.
Elizabeth Debicki’s makeup was done by celebrity artist Georgie Eisdell, who used products from the French luxury beauty brand Chantecaille (Credit: Jeffrey Mayer / Media Punch / INSTARimages)
Elizabeth polished off her look with simple yet exquisite Christian Dior jewelry, showcasing the Dior Large Rose Dior Bagatelle earrings.
Celebrity makeup artist Georgie Eisdell created a makeup look using the French luxury beauty brand Chantecaille, infusing just the right touch of drama with softly smudged smoky eyes and a rosy-nude lip.
Elizabeth Debicki wore simple yet exquisite jewelry from Christian Dior, showcasing the Dior Large Rose Dior Bagatelle earrings, which added a touch of luxury to her outfit (Credit: Abaca Press / INSTARimages)
Boldly opting for a fresh and captivating look, she styled her long, platinum-blonde hair with side-swept, gently tumbling Hollywood finger waves that framed her face, exuding timeless glamour.
Heartfelt Tribute to Late Princess Diana
She acknowledged her unpreparedness for the accolade and credited the late Princess Diana, whom she portrayed in her final years.
In her award acceptance speech, Elizabeth offered a heartfelt tribute to the “incredible and glorious” late royal figure, expressing gratitude with the words, “Thank you, I truly did not expect this.”
The Breath star added, “This role has been an incredible gift to me. It has been a terrifying challenge, and I will always be grateful for it.”
Elizabeth revealed, “My only hope really was that I would do this remarkable woman, incredible, glorious woman, proud by playing her in this show.”
Additionally, she extended special thanks to fellow actor Khalid Abdalla for his portrayal of Diana’s lover, Dodi Al Fayed, acknowledging his presence in the audience, expressing, “[He’s] just the most amazing man. I adore you.”
The Everest actress emphasized the collaborative nature of their work, stating, “Every actor in this room knows that what we do is not a singular venture at all, and if I did anything good in this show, you are half of it. You held me through it, and I thank you forever; you are a dear friend.”
Classy in All-Black Look at BAFTA Tea Party
The day before, on January 13, Elizabeth Debicki emanated an air of refinement at the BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) Tea Party in Los Angeles, where she joined fellow luminaries from some of the most noteworthy series and films of the year to revel at The Maybourne Beverly Hills.
She showcased her distinctive sense of style by making a striking entrance on the red carpet alongside esteemed figures like Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Greta Lee, Carey Mulligan, Mark Ruffalo, and America Ferrera.
Radiating an aura of poise and elegance, Elizabeth captivated onlookers as she struck poses in a tailored black Ralph Lauren Collection Cottrell double-breasted cocktail dress embellished with intricate button detailing.
At the BAFTA Tea Party, Elizabeth Debicki captivates in a sophisticated Ralph Lauren cocktail dress paired with Alexandre Birman knee-high boots, exuding effortless elegance (Credit: Faye’s Vision / Cover Images)
Accentuating her slender frame in the well-fitted gown and sheer tights, she added a touch of allure with knee-high Alexandre Birman Kyra boots.
Crafted from supple suede, these boots boasted a polished, pointed-toe silhouette and a soaring stiletto heel, infusing the ensemble with sophistication.
Elizabeth completed her ensemble with a carefully curated, bronzed eye palette, allowing her luscious blonde locks to cascade freely over her shoulders.
Sparkling in Silver Dior Dress at Golden Globe Awards
Earlier this month, Elizabeth Debicki made a radiant entrance at the 81st annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, January 7, in Los Angeles, donning an exquisite Dior Haute Couture gown.
Below the cascading hem of her shimmering metallic silver dress, sourced from the French luxury fashion house’s Fall 2023 collection, she adorned her feet with Aquazzura gold crystal-embellished leather mini tequila flat sandals.
Styled by Elizabeth Saltzman, recognized for styling celebrities such as Julia Garner, Jodie Comer, and Sandra Oh, Elizabeth embellished her look with an array of Dior jewels.
Elizabeth Debicki dazzles at the Golden Globes in a shimmering Dior Haute Couture gown, complemented by Aquazzura sandals and a collection of delicate Dior jewelry (Credit: Faye’s Vision / Cover Images)
These included intricately layered Rose Dior Bagatelle necklaces, a delicate Dior Bois De Rose ring, and a matching elegant tennis bracelet.
Opting for a polished aesthetic, she styled her platinum blonde locks sleek and straightened, enhancing her appearance with a subtle no-makeup makeup look featuring a nude lip and a touch of understated blush.
Elizabeth Debicki’s Emotional First Globe Acceptance Speech
Upon winning her first Golden Globe for Best Supporting Female Actor in The Crown, Elizabeth Debicki delivered an emotional acceptance speech.
She expressed gratitude, saying, “Thank you so much. Thank you to the creatives of this show for trusting me with this part, to our cast and crew, to my beautiful pretend children who I just adore, to my mom and my dad and Kush and Tommy, who are in Australia, hoping that they’re in their pajamas watching this.”
Elizabeth also thanked her partner, Kristian Rasmussen, bringing humor and warmth to the moment, adding, “He said, don’t thank me so that I’m not on television, but I’m gonna thank you anyway!”
Her speech took a heartfelt turn as she dedicated the award to her beloved godmother, saying, “I just wanna say thank you to my beloved and dear godmother who left us too quickly, too soon. This one’s for you, babe.”
Before captivating global audiences with her role in The Crown, Elizabeth Debicki had a notable film career, featuring in The Great Gatsby, Tenet, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and 3.
Born in Paris and raised in Australia, she continues to captivate audiences with her upcoming appearance in the horror slasher film MaXXXine later this year.