The Crown is headed back down the royal aisle in its sixth and final season.
Netflix teased in a tweet Monday, below, that the new episodes would feature a royal wedding in some way — though it won't be that of Prince William or Harry. A picture of a document for a "service of prayer and dedication following the marriage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall" teases that Prince Charles' second wedding in 2005 to Camilla Parker-Bowles will factor into the final episodes.
"After six seasons, seven years and three casts, The Crown comes to an end later this year," the caption reads. "We'll be back with more soon, but here's a hint at what's to come in our final season." Check that out in the post below.
After six seasons, seven years and three casts, @TheCrownNetflix comes to an end later this year.
We’ll be back with more soon, but here’s a hint at what’s to come in our final season. pic.twitter.com/zHbeqEqqWv
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) September 4, 2023
In season 6, as in season 5, Dominic West will play Charles while Olivia Williams plays Camilla. The final season of the royal family drama is slated to debut this fall, and will cover the 1997 death of Princess Diana, played by Elizabeth Debicki, and the beginning of the relationship between Prince William and Kate Middleton, who met when both were students at Scotland's St. Andrews University. Netflix announced last September that Rufus Kampa will play William from the age of 15, while Ed McVey will portray him during his late teenage years into his 20s. Meg Bellamy has been cast as Kate.
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