The Crown Season 4: Princess Di and Margaret Thatcher join the cast

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Netflix’s original drama series, the crown, is coming back, and with two major changes. Netflix releases the photo and the trailer for season 4 of the crown. We have all the information regarding season 4 of Crowns and the two major changes that will take place in another upcoming season.


First, let us tell you the two significant changes that you will see in season 4; first is you will see Gillian Anderson as prime minister, and second is Margaret Thatcher and rising actress Emma Corrin as Princess Diana. First look for both the characters has been released by Netflix.


Release date of the Crown season 4

Season 4 of the crown will be releasing on 15th November 2020. The shoot for the season 4 was done in 2019. The projection for season 4 started as soon as shoot for season 3 ended. And the production for season 4 ended in mid-March in 2020. So we’re lucky that the production and the shooting for the season 4 were completed before the lockdown hit and the TV industry was shut due coronavirus.

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The cast of the crown season 4

All the main cast of season 3 will reunite in season 4. Here’s a list of all the cast member you will see in Crown season 4:-

•Olivia Colman as Queen Elizabeth II,

• Tobias Menzies as Prince Philip,

•Josh O’Connor as Prince Charles,

•Corrin as Princess Diana, 

• Erin Doherty as Princess Anne, and

• Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret

•Gillian Anderson as first woman prime minister in the UK, Margaret Thatcher

In this season, we will see Margaret thatcher’s year as Prime Minister. Just like the third season was focused on Prime Minister Harold Wilson. Margaret Thatcher Hold the title of the Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990. During this period, we will see events like the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. As well as the birth of their two children Prince William and Prince Harry.

To know more, stay tuned.


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