The first full trailer for the fifth season of The Crown has been released.

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The first full trailer for the fifth season of The Crown is online

The fifth season will show the most difficult period for the entire reign of Elizabeth II.

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The long-awaited fifth season of The Crown, a historical drama about the life of the British royal family, is coming to Netflix on November 9. The official trailer has already appeared on the Web.

The fifth season will show the life of the British royal family in the 1990s. It was a very difficult time for the Windsors, and for the Queen in particular: both Prince Charles and Prince Andrew were involved in numerous tabloid scandals when they separated from their wives, and Windsor Castle caught fire, sparking a national crisis over who should pay. on the bills for its restoration.

The trailer opens with footage of the fire at Windsor Castle that engulfed it on November 20, 1992, and Imelda Staunton's frightened queen looking at the ruins of her beloved residence.

The cast of the penultimate season of the project is almost completely updated. In addition to Staunton, who replaced Olivia Colman as the Queen, the series will feature Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, replacing Emma Korine, who played Prince Charles' wife in the fourth season. The future king was played by Dominic West, replacing Josh O'Connor, who received an Emmy award for his role as Charles.

Prince Philip was embodied in the fifth season by Jonathan Pryce, Lesley Manville played Princess Margaret, and Angelina Jolie's first husband Johnny Lee Miller will appear as Prime Minister John Major.

Season 6, which features almost the same cast minus the actors playing Princes William and Harry, is currently in production.