The Crown star Emma Corrin – Princess Diana in the Netflix blockbuster – could pocket £5million from fashion and film deals in the next year.
And industry experts predict she could be earning five times that in just a few years.
The 24-year-old former model has won the attention of high-end brands and Hollywood casting directors after landing the iconic role.
She has been spotted wearing everything from edgy labels such as Miu Miu, JW Anderson and Richard Quinn to global brands including Valentino and Chanel.
And from being a complete unknown a few months ago, Emma has been on the covers of top-end fashion mags including Vogue, Glamour and Vanity Fair.
She even shares the same sought-after stylist as Harry Styles, the first man ever to grace the cover of US Vogue.
Emma is being hailed as the new Keira Knightley – both are Londoners with a similar androgynous look.
Unknown Keira shot to fame in 2002 movie Bend It Like Beckham, and by 2008 was making £24million a year.
Emma, who already had a fledgling modelling career and had been seen in TV bit-parts, is fostering relationships with quirky designers.
That can include free clothes to be seen out in –leading to lucrative endorsements if her appearances generate big publicity.
Since The Crown series four aired last week, Emma’s Instagram following has soared from 45,000 to 175,000.
And her own keen dress sense has been boosted behind the scenes,
with Netflix pairing her with stylist Harry Lambert – who has made Harry Styles the poster boy for men’s fashion.
Branding expert Mark Borkowski said: “If a few big projects emerge, Emma could be looking at £5million.
“Clearly this iconic role, and her portrayal, will make her brand. If her next two projects are received well she will be on the way to a brilliant career.”
Brodie Cooper, image consultant at US firm PRrppd, added: “Emma’s become a big asset in very short time.
“Her agents will be receiving offers for tens of millions of dollars. Her age, presence and ability to morph into a variety of looks offer huge appeal.
“Disney are looking for strong, young female leads – including for the new Star Wars franchise.”
Stylist Lambert said: “People still reference Diana today. She took risks and did things with a rebellious spirit.
“But we’re not trying to dress Emma like Diana, Emma is her own person – that’s what excites me about her .”