The biopic movie from critically-acclaimed director Pablo Larraín has released its first teaser trailer.

The highly anticipated movie about the life of the late Diana, Princess of Wales has released a first-look 'Spencer' trailer just days before it is set to premiere at the Venice Film Festival this September.

Kristen Stewart will play the lead role, and during the trailer, we get to hear her accent for the very first time. 'Spencer' will depict just a few days in the life of Diana, as we follow her during three days of Christmas at Sandringham Estate. This is where Diana chose to end her marriage to Charles.

Joining Stewart will be Jack Farthing ('Poldark') as her on-screen husband Charles, alongside Sally Hawkins ('The Shape of Water', 'Blue Jasmine') and Timothy Spall ('The King's Speech', 'Harry Potter') in undisclosed roles.

Chilean creator Pablo Larraín, known for the three-time Oscar-nominated biographical film 'Jackie', starring Natalie Portman, directed the feature.

There has been a lot of buzz around the movie, especially with Netflix's 'The Crown' causing a stir for its depiction of the late princess during its fourth season, a role that was played by Emma Corrin. Australian actor Elizabeth Debicki will play Diana in the upcoming fifth season.

There has also been talk of Kristen Stewart being an early contender for awards season, which could see her up against the likes of Lady Gaga, who stars as Patrizia Reggiani in the upcoming 'House of Gucci'.

Here's the 'Spencer' trailer.

'Spencer' will arrive in theatres on November 5.