'The Crown' Season 4 Trailer Teases Princess Diana in Her Wedding Gown

August 20, 2020

Netflix is gearing up for the highly-anticipated premiere of season 4 of “The Crown” this fall.

The royal drama will arrive on the streaming service on November 15, according to Deadline.

A 30-second trailer from the new season was accompanied by the premiere date announcement.

“The monarchy above all else,” the Twitter post read.

In the first few seconds, Olivia Colman, who plays the monarch Queen Elizabeth, announces: “Something as important as the monarchy simply cannot be allowed to fail.”

The trailer also gives a very quick look at “X-Files” actress Gillian Anderson as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

However, the most chilling moment comes when the teaser introduces Princess Diana played by Emma Corrin.

The trailer shows the young princess getting hounded by paparazzi before ending with a shot of her in her iconic wedding dress as she prepares to marry Prince Charles, played by Josh O’Connor.

"The Crown" is one of the few shows that was successfully able to wrap up filming in March right before the coronavirus pandemic shut down all major productions.

Season 4 marks the final installment featuring the current cast. In addition to Colman, Tobias Menzies stars as Prince Philip and Helena Bonham-Carter as Princess Margaret.

The final two seasons will see "Harry Potter" actress Imelda Staunton take the reins from Colman as Her Majesty. Earlier this month, it was announced that Jonathan Pryce would appear in the role of the Duke of Edinburgh for the show’s final two seasons.

Joining Pryce and Staunton on the fifth and sixth seasons is Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret.

The British royal family drama previously announced that it would end after season 5 before changing its tune and adding a sixth and final season.

Unfortunately, there is going to be a bit of a gap between season 4 and season 5, which is slated to premiere in two years in 2022.

During the show’s first two seasons, Matt Davis played Philip with Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II.

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