Netflix has dropped first-look images from the final six episodes of The Crown Season 6 Part 2, set to premiere on Netflix on December 14, tracing the British royal family’s journey into the 2000s. As Queen Elizabeth continues to grapple with the changing times, Princes William and Harry go through the ups and downs of adulthood in Peter Morgan’s historical drama finale. Here’s a look.
The focus of the show shifts to Prince William (Ed McVey) as he strives to get back to his Eton routine following the tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana.
The first-look images hint at Prince William’s blossoming romance with fellow student Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy) during his university years.
Meg Bellamy’s Kate Middleton, later to become the Princess of Wales, walks the ramp in The Crown Season 6 Part 2.
Prince William (Ed McVey) shares some time with his younger sibling Prince Harry (Luther Ford).
Another significant focus of the upcoming episodes will be the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II (Imelda Staunton). Jonathan Price reprises his role as Prince Philip (right).
The series will also feature the royal union of Prince Charles (Dominic West) and Camilla Parker Bowles (Olivia Williams).
The last days of Princess Margaret (Lesley Manville) is likely to be a highlight of The Crown Season 6 Part 2. The younger sister of the Queen passed away in 2002.
Bertie Carvel, who played UK prime minister Tony Blair in the first part of Season 6, will reprise his role in Part 2.