Diana, who was often referred to as the People's Princess, is set to feature in season four of the drama series and we are beyond excited about it.
Season three of The Crown, which was set between 1964 and 1977, featured Prince Charles' (Josh O'Connor) early romance with Camilla Parker Bowles (Emerald Fennell), and their eventual breakup. However, there is no confirmation if it will bring Charles' divorce with Diana. As reported by DigitalSpy, Claire will be back to do some flashback scenes for the fourth season of The Crown.
We've been ploughing through season three, which dropped on Netflix last month with a new Queen (Olivia Coleman replacing Claire Foy), but it's season four that will strike a chord with most viewers.
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"I was thrilled with the show and believing that I now belong to this incredibly talented actor family is surreal", Corrin said in a statement released by Netflix. "To explore her through Peter Morgan's writing is the most exceptional opportunity and I will strive to do her justice!"
She told the Australian-based podcast 9Honey: "Call it rebranding, a happy marriage or simply the wisdom of his years, the trifecta combined have led to Charles now being viewed as the nation's favourite, a charming and affable granddad as opposed to an eccentric and out-of-touch meddler". Prince William making his debut on The Crown as a baby!
Although Prince William won't see his portrayal from the past as he does not watch the series.
The fourth season of the drama will take place roughly between 1979 to 1990 and will focus primarily on Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Bonham Carter's credits include the Harry Potter film series, Ocean's Eight, and The King's Speech. "I'm really looking forward to finishing that and then getting to share it sometime in 2020, I guess". "I absolutely love Camilla and am very grateful that my teenage years have prepared me well to play a chain-smoking serial snogger with a pudding cup haircut".