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The Crown is a historical television series. It based on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The creator and producer of the series are Peter Morgan and Left Bank Pictures and Sony Television for Netflix, respectively.

The Crown Season 4 cast and release date

Claire Foy and Matt Smith have returned for season 4 though both of them were not present in the last season, and in that season, Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies represented them. Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret, Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles, and Erin Doherty as Prince Anne was set for their respective roles in season 4. Emma Corrin will be playing the role of Princess Diana, and she had already been photographed scenes with Josh O’Connor. Gillian Anderson will be playing the role of Margaret Thatcher, who had been served as the Prime Minister for more than ten years in season 4.

Till now, there has not been any confirmed news for releasing the series. But there would be a positive sign about it that season 4 should be dropped in this year. So the fans are too much excited about it.

All about the plot in season 4

The upcoming season will be covered the late 70sto 90s as per the speculation. The cast had been shooting at a deserted place, which resembled Prince Charles’ and Princess Diana’s 1983 royal tour of Australia. The location had been shooting at Almeria, Spain, and the costumes resembled the original event. There has been given an idea about the Australia tour 1983 in season 4. The assassination Lord Mountbatten would almost make it to season 4, and it will be playing by Charles Dance. Also, Claire Foy will also be seen in this season, which told by her in her 21st birthday speech on the tour of South-Africa.

According to The Times that Season 4 has covered Apartheid in South Africa where it will cover the Falklands War of 1982, the miners’ strike of 1984-5. Further, The Daily Mails said that Prince Andrew might be focused on his investment in the army and Falklands at the time.