After Princess Anne (played by Erin Doherty) emerged as the breakout star of The Crown season three, many have wondered what the royal was like in real life. Yes, she actually dated Andrew Parker Bowles before her brother Prince Charles romanced Camilla. She's known to have a passion for riding horses and sporting stylish headwear. She even endured a kidnapping attempt in 1974—an event that didn't make its way into the third season. Ahead, take a look back at Anne's real-life moments that took place at the same time as the third season of The Crown to refresh yourself before the fourth season is released on November 15.
Riding in a carriage for the Trooping of the Colour ceremony in June with her grandmother, The Queen Mother.
Arriving to her first day at Benenden College with her mother, Queen Elizabeth. The young princess started her education at the all-girls boarding school in Kent, England, in 1963.
Princess Anne on a boat with her father, Prince Philip.
Riding in her first show jumping competition for her boarding school, Benenden College, in July 1964.
Leaving the Beaumont Housing Nursing Home after sustaining an injury from a horse riding accident.
Alongside Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, and Prince Edward at Windsor on the Queen's 39th birthday.
Leaving the Comedy Theatre in London after seeing "Son of Oblomov" for the Queen's birthday.
Riding motorized go-karts with her brothers.
Princess Anne joins other senior members of the royal family at an event in Windsor, Berkshire, in 1965.
Vacationing with Prince Charles and their father, Prince Philip, in the ski town of Vaduz, Liechtenstein.
Riding down a snowy hill via sled with Prince Charles.
Attending a special service marking the 900th anniversary of the consecration of London's Westminster Abbey with Prince Charles.
Helping one of her mother's corgis board an aircraft to Sandringham in 1966. The princess had recently recovered from a broken nose from a riding accident.
On a raft trap with Prince Philip during a royal tour of Jamaica.
With Prince Charles on a layover in New York City's JFK Airport. The family headed back to London after visiting Jamaica for the Commonwealth Games.
Riding in a horse show.
At the Horse Trials with members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
At Liverpool Street Station in London.
In Georgian clothes at an event for the Benenden school.
Alongside Queen Elizabeth during the Eridge Horse Trials in East Sussex.
Visiting Pembrokeshire, a county in southwest Wales.
At a reception given by the British Show Jumping Association at the Whitbread Cellars in London.
Leaving the Savoy Theatre in London's West End.
Receiving a bouquet of flowers from Heather Ripley, one of the child stars of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, at the film's premiere.
Receiving instructions on how to drive a tank during a visit to the troops in Germany.
Attending the Henry Wood centenary concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Alongside Queen Elizabeth at the Hotel Imperial in Vienna during a state visit to Austria.
Arriving at the Royal Ascot Race with her escort, the Duke of Beaufort.
Arriving alongside Princess Margaret and the Queen Mother at the investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales at Caernarvon Castle.
At the opening ceremony of the new Police Cadet Training School in London.