Focusing on the history and the legacy of the British Empire, The Crown has been successful till date in portraying the incidences that have made the Empire what it is today. Fans of the show have been eagerly waiting to see Princess Diana in the show and have been wanting to see her side of the story for a long time now.
Cast of The Crown
In the upcoming season of The Crown, we will see the actress Olivia Colman has the queen Elizabeth II. Helena Bonham Carter will be reprising her role as Princess Margaret, Tobias Menzies will be playing Prince Philip, Josh O’Connor will be seen as Prince Charles, Ben Daniels as Antony Armstrong-Jones and Emerald Fennell will play the role of Camilla Parker Bowles.
Time period for The Crown season 4
The first two seasons of the show portrayed the time period of 1947 to 1955 and 1956 to 1964 respectively. The third season depicted the events from the year 1964 to 1977. The upcoming installment of the crown is anticipated to bring the events of 1979 to 1990 to life.
In the view of this time period, we know that Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher what two women who influenced the monarchy in their own separate ways. The actress Emma Corrin will be joining the show as she will be playing the role of Princess Diana, according to Vanity Fair. The relationship of the then prime minister Margaret Thatcher will also be explored with the queen. Many major events from that time period with respect to South Africa and the tensions between Downing Street and Buckingham palace will also be seen the upcoming installment.
The creators of the series have tried to steer clear of somewhat controversial moments in the time period like the 1987 TV special ‘It’s a royal knockout’. This decision came as the producers realised the fate of 1969 royal family documentary.
Sneak peak and shoot locations
To keep the excitement going, the Instagram account of Netflix has revealed a few looks of Princess Anne and Princess Diana on the set of the show.
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Lavish places like the Buckingham palace, Windsor castle, kensington palace, Highgrove and Clarence house were used as filming locations for The Crown season 4.
Season 4 of the crown will be releasing on Netflix on 15 November. Even before the release of this season, the creator of the series Peter Morgan has announced that the show will be going on for two more seasons.
An official trailer or a kind of teaser has been released by Netflix to give a peek into season 4 of the show.