“Here is the stuff that is making up the fairy tale – a prince and princess on their wedding day. Fairy tales usually say that fairy tales end at this point, with the simple phrase, ‘They happily Lived, ‘says the trailer’s statement. “As husband and wife live their vows, love each other and love each other – sharing the glorious and sorrows of life, achievements and failures Are – they will change in the process. Our faith does not see the wedding day as a place of arrival, but rather the place where the adventure really begins. ”
The new season, which launches on November 15, will run on the heels of the Season 3 plot, which culminated in the late 70s at the end of Queen Elizabeth’s (Olivia Coleman) 25th year as sovereign leader of the United Kingdom. A primary focus will be how the queen and her family are introduced along the line of succession and therefore secure an “appropriate” bride for Prince Charles. Thus, the season will chronicle Charles’s romance with a young Lady Diana Spencer, but when it is depicted as a fairy tale to unite the British people, it is anything but for the young woman herself Is a fairy tale.
Coleman is playing the role of Queen Elizabeth for the second consecutive year, as Tobias Menzies portrays Prince Philip. Claire Foy will return to play the role of Queen Elizabeth in a flashback scene. The season with Prince William will also feature a baby version of Prince William, who will be pregnant with Prince Harry.
Prior to the trailer’s release, Netflix teased the show’s comeback on Twitter, posting a first look for some of the season’s upcoming moments. Photos from Anderson, Corinne and more were shared with the caption, “Change is coming.”
Elizabeth Debicki is set to play the role of Princess Diana for the final two seasons, while Imelda Stanton will play the role of Queen. The storyline will be brought into the 2000s through Season 6, completing the saga that began in the 1940s.
“The Crown” is produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television. Executive producers include Peter Morgan, Stephen Daldry, Andy Harries, Philip Martin, Suzanne McKay, Matthew Byom-Shaw, Robert Fox, Tanya Seghatchian, Nina Wirski, and Ellie Goss. Andrew Eaton serves as producer.
Watch the trailer of “Crown” season 4 above.