Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, has finally met her fictional alter ego, Emerald Fennell, who played her in seasons 3 and 4 of Netflix's royal drama “The Crown” during a reception to mark International Women's Day at Clarence House on Tuesday.

Fennell, 36, came face-to-face with her real-life counterpart, shared a few laughs during their chat, and even posed for a photo together.

"It was particularly nice to meet her today on International Women's Day because, you know, she does so much for so many, particularly female charities," the actress said per People, before quipping, "I was nervous I might be thrown in the Tower — but so far, so good."

The three-time primetime Emmy Awards recipient would also highly praise the 74-year-old Duchess, who she said has always weathered her stay in the spotlight with grace since marrying into the royal family in 2005.

As for Camilla, she mentioned Fennell during her light-hearted speech at the reception, saying, "For me, it's very reassuring to know that if I should fall off my perch at any moment, my fictional alter ego is here to take over. So, Emerald — be prepared!"

Meanwhile, as “The Crown” debuts its new cast for seasons 5 and 6, Olivia Williams, who was last month spotted bearing a striking resemblance to the future Queen Consort after sporting her signature bob, will take over the role of Camilla.

The next season, which will premiere in November, will kick off in the early 1990s and follow the dramatic collapse of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's marriage.

Queen Elizabeth is receiving all the praise from her family on a special day as Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince Charles, and Camilla paid tribute to the iconic monarch, who is celebrating a record-breaking seven-decade reign this year, according to Fox News.

The royals commended Her Majesty’s "inspiring" leadership and looked back on the years that have gone by as they shared seven pictures of the Queen, representing one for each decade on royal duty.

A personal photo of the Queen and her late husband Prince Philip was included in the gallery, alongside some of their great-grandchildren.

"Mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and Head of State, The Queen's extraordinary reign has been longer than any other monarch in British history - inspiring a nation and dedicating her life to the service of the Commonwealth and its people," the caption read.

The homage came shortly after the Queen marked her first in-person meeting since her COVID-19 bout.

Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall and "The Crown" actress Emerald Fennell
Fennell, 36, came face-to-face with her real-life counterpart, shared a few laughs during their chat, and even posed for a photo together.  Arthur Edwards/Getty Images

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