Images from season six of The Crown have been released, giving fans a glimpse of how the Netflix series will recreate significant royal moments. The final season will be split into two parts, with the first part airing on November 16 and the second on December 14. The season will cover important events such as the death of Princess Diana and the early 2000s, including the meeting of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The series will explore the relationship between Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed, as well as the challenges faced by Prince William after his mother’s death. The Queen’s Golden Jubilee and the marriages of Charles and Camilla and William and Kate will also be depicted. Season six will pick up where the previous season ended and will focus on the summer when Prince Charles and Princess Diana spent time apart following their divorce. The series will feature new and returning cast members and will delve into the speculation surrounding Diana and Dodi Fayed’s romance. A trailer for the upcoming season has been released, featuring Imelda Staunton reprising her role as Queen Elizabeth. The series will cover the time period up until Diana’s death, but will not portray the fatal collision itself. The decision to extend the series to six seasons was made to ensure a thorough exploration of the story. The first part of season six premieres on November 16, followed by the second part on December 14.
For the latest headlines, follow our Google News channel