Season 6 is going to be the last season of a series that fans have fallen in love with since it premiered in 2016. The Crown is the best series ever made about the British Royal House and very soon we will have to say goodbye to it.
Netflix has just announced that the 2005 royal wedding of Prince Charles (now King Charles III) and Camilla Parker-Bowles will be the central theme in the sixth and final season of The Crown.
On Monday, the streaming network used Twitter to announce the upcoming season of the Peter Morgan-created series by sharing a photo of a document that read, “Prayer service and dedication following the wedding of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales and Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall.”
A season to say goodbye to Lady Di
The caption to the post adds, “After six seasons, seven years and three casts, The Crown comes to an end later this year. Here’s a hint of what’s to come in our final season.”
Dominic West and Olivia Williams will reprise their roles as Prince Charles and Camilla, respectively, after season five.
The final season will also include the 1997 death of Princess Diana, played by Elizabeth Debicki, “over the course of three episodes,” as well as the moment Prince William and Kate Middleton met.
The Netflix series has a tough job ahead of it, as it has become over the years one of the crown jewels (never better said) of the American streaming service. One of the few remaining flagships of the service.
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