The highly-anticipated fourth season of Netflix’s hit Royal drama The Crown is here.
This long-awaited season is set to be the most gripping yet, as it sees Queen Elizabeth II meet Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana.
Princess Diana and Prince Charle’s wedding will be featured in this instalment, as well as the births of princes William and Harry, which will cover the years between 1977 and 1990.
But when can you finally watch the new season, and who will be playing some of Britain’s most iconic characters? Here’s all you need to know.
What time will The Crown drop on Netflix?
The Crown season 4 will release on Netflix at 8am today, Sunday, November 15.
The fourth instalment will most likely be comprised of 10 episodes, as the previous three seasons did.
Who is in the cast of The Crown season 4?
The fourth season of The Crown sees Olivia Colman return to play Queen Elizabeth II, and Tobias Menzies as her husband Prince Philip.
Helena Bonham Carter will be reprising her role as Princess Margaret.
The rest of the cast are as follows:
- Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles
- Marion Bailey as Queen Mother
- Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher
- Emma Corrin as Princess Diana
- Erin Doherty as Princess Anne
- Emerald Fennell as Camilla Parker Bowles
- Ben Daniels as Antony Armstrong-Jones
- Charles Dance as Lord Louis Mountbatten
Is there a trailer for The Crown season 4?
Yes, there is a gripping two and a half minute trailer for The Crown season 4.
You can watch it below.
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