The Crown Just Dropped First-Look Images For Part 2 Of The Final Season

Open your mouth up wide because Netflix have just released a yummy batch of first look piccies for the FINAL six episodes of The Crown Season Six.

After a STUNNING start to the groundbreaking show’s last-ever season with four episodes that warmed your heart and then broke it, Netflix’s grand finale to The Crown will be released on December 14, and fans are ecstatic.

First look images of The Crown’s final episodes

The Crown’s final episodes all take place after the death of Princess Diana, and show some new aged up royals in the form of Princes William (Ed McVey) and Harry (Luther Ford).

With brand new images of the cast we can officially say that whether or not you’re a fan of the IRL princes, their fictionalised counterparts are certified cuties.

Harry and William all glown up. (Source: Netflix)

The final episodes will also feature the plot line of the British Royal Family trying to establish a new royal fairy-tale romance in the form of Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy) and Prince William.

Will the Prince of Buckingham also be a prince of rizz? (Source: Netflix)

Of course it wouldn’t be a season of The Crown without her majesty Queen Elizabeth (Imelda Staunton), and that guy who always stood next to her. Apparently they were married? Wild.

I want it on record that I did not photoshop Prince Philip‘s (Jonathan Pryce) face. (Source: Netflix)

There was also plentyyyy of juicy new looks at other spicy moments from the final six episodes of The Crown’s sixth season. Looks like we’re getting into William and Harry’s popular phases, and the establishing of Charles and Camilla as a royal couple.

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Is there a trailer for Season Six of The Crown?

I’m happy to report that there is finally a trailer for Season Six of The Crown.

With a slow and haunting rendition of Gary Jules‘ “Mad World” playing in the background, the trailer focuses on Princess Diana (Elizabeth Debicki) and how she was relentlessly hunted by paparazzi throughout her time in the public eye before her passing, and how the world reacted to the news of her death.

Have a watch below.

What will The Crown Season Six be about?

Up until now, Netflix has been pretty tight-lipped about what we can expect from The Crown Season Six. And with the sensitivities surrounding this season, who can blame them?

Now that the trailer is out in the world, we know a bit more about the direction the season will take. Diana has reached the pinnacle of her celebrity and is constantly being hounded by the media, no matter where she goes. We even see a scene where Diana opens a present from Dodi Fayed (Khalid Abdalla) with a note that reads “Paris next week?” clearly alluding to her tragic passing. And then, how the Queen, the royal family and the public deal with her death.

According to Netflix, Season Six will follow Queen Elizabeth while she “reflects on her legacy and lineage as Diana dazzles the public in the final weeks of her life.”

If the show decides to remain historically accurate, Season Six could also cover 9/11, William’s first year at college, and Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee.

Previously, Netflix released an official description that details just some of what Season Six will cover.

“As The Crown enters a new decade, Prince William starts at University in St Andrew’s, determined to lead as normal a life as possible while he still can. Also beginning life as a University student, is Kate Middleton from Berkshire. As the pair meet for the first time on campus, a new romance and a new future for The Crown begins.”

We’re also expecting to see some devastating deaths play out on screen, including the death of Princess Margaret, The Queen Mother, and Princess Diana.

The devastating death of Princess Diana in particular will be a dark moment in Season Six of The Crown. Although it’s not believed that the series will show the moment of her death. According to Variety, it will include the lead up and the aftermath, with a source saying the team want “to get it right and handle [it] sensitively.”

For a full fact check of some of the wild things that happened in the first four episodes of The Crown’s final season, read here!

Who will star in The Crown Season Six?

The cast of Season Six of The Crown will include some familiar faces as well as fresh newcomers Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy.

The Crown will be both McVey and Bellamy’s on-screen debut (which is a pretty fkn nice debut, if you ask me). McVey, who plays Will, has some theatre experience in London, however, Bellamy was selected to play Kate Middleton from the batshit crazy open casting call that was blasted on social media a couple of years ago.

According to Variety, Prince Harry will of course be making an appearance and will be played by Luther Ford, with The Crown also as his debut acting role.

Of course, Imelda Staunton will be reprising her role as the late Queen Elizabeth II.

You can also expect to see Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Dominic West as Prince Charles (now dubbed King Charles III… gross), Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Claudia Harrison as Princess Anne, and Olivia Williams as Camilla Parker Bowles.

Bertie Cavel will also be taking on the role of Prime Minister Tony Blair. Salim Saw is Mohammed al Fayed and Khalid Abdalla is Dodi Fayed.

We’ll also see Rufus Kampa and Fflyn Edwards portray Prince William and Harry in earlier episodes before they eventually age up later in the season.

What years will Season Six cover?

Based on the photos released, the new season will begin in 1997 (when Season Five left off) and will continue until at least 2001.

Variety also reported that one of the final scenes the cast shot was for a wedding at York Minister Cathedral, which shares a wild similarity to Westminster Abbey where the real William and Kate got hitched back in 2011.

If that’s anything to go by, we could see the series cover up until 2011.

Unfortunately, that means that we probably won’t be shown the clusterfuck we’ve seen IRL recently, including all the Prince Harry/Meghan Markle tea and, y’know, that whole leaving the royal family thing.


But perhaps we might cop a few clips from Haz’s memoir, Spare

I wonder if we’ll see: a) some Harry/William beef (with optional fist-fighting), b) a questionable costume party ‘fit (ahem, a Nazi uniform), or c) Harry losing his virginity, featuring a “smack” on the “rump”, thanks. Probably not.

When will The Crown Season Six part two come out?

The final season is going to be split into two parts, just like Stranger Things.

The first four eps of Season Six dropped on November 16.

Then the series will take a lil break for a month, before returning with its final six episodes on December 14.