A Netflix style streaming service for royal programs has been propelled to success by the interest in a controversial member of the royal family—but it may not be who you think.
The Crown's first season four trailer depicts a heated argument between Princess Diana and Prince Charles before cutting to a real reading from their "fairytale" wedding.
Gillian Anderson and Emma Corrin are joining the cast of the Netflix drama as Margaret Thatcher and Princess Diana, respectively.
Princess Diana will be played in "The Crown" by Elizabeth Debicki who is taller in height than the Princess of Wales—and fans are delighted.
The Netflix drama chronicling the reign of Harry's grandmother Queen Elizabeth II has a long way to go before catching up to modern times.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's shock decision to step back from the royal family has left some fans wondering whether the events will be depicted in Netflix series "The Crown."
"It's a matter of drama and story. Each episode is built around a depiction of a dramatic situation," said renowned royal historian Robert Lacey, author of the Netflix series' partnering book, "The Crown: The Official Companion, Volume 2."
Carter hopes to shed a more nuanced light on the misunderstood Princess Margaret, Queen Elizabeth's only sister.
Ten episodes of royal family drama isn't nearly enough.
"People should come away from [the show] feeling sympathy and sorry for [Prince] Charles partly because I think they should—and that means I've done my job well—but also because I know what's coming in season 4," O'Connor told Newsweek.
The third season of the Netflix series "The Crown" included a myriad of events from 1964 to 1977 including Princess Margaret's trip to the U.S., Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' meet-cute and many others.
The royal series finally returns on Sunday.
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So much scandal in one season.
"She couldn't pretend to be anything but herself, so in a way she was honest and authentic, but unfortunately also incredibly rude," Helena Bonham Carter said of the late Princess Margaret.
Frustrations and resentments loom ahead for the royal family on the new season of Netflix's hit original series, "The Crown."
Season 3 will focus less on Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philips's marriage and more on her rule from 1964 to 1976.
The "Pennyworth" star will play the people's princess.
The highly-anticipated third season will come back to Netflix in November.
Colman will star as Queen Elizabeth II in both Season 3 and 4.
"Claire is one of my best friends, and I believe that we should be paid equally and fairly and there should be equality for all," Matt Smith said.
"No one in Britain has been more cordial toward us than Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II."
Bonham Carter played Queen Elizabeth and Margaret's mother in 'The King's Speech.'
Camilla Parker Bowles is expected to be introduced—so expect fireworks.
Beaton, who appears at the end of the first season of "The Crown," frequently photographed the British royal family.