Queen Elizabeth’s Reign in Crisis Following Prince Charles and Diana’s Divorce in The Crown Season 5 Trailer
The next season of The Crown is almost here after a two-year wait. The fifth season of the famous series, which covers the occasions in Queen Elizabeth II’s life that influenced the monarch’s reign, has its first trailer available on Netflix.
The first season of The Crown will air now, following the death of the Queen and the installation of King Charles as the new ruler. The programme will examine Queen Elizabeth‘s life in the 1980s and 1990s, with a particular emphasis on the tumultuous split between Prince (now King) Charles and Princess Diana.
The Queen Seems to be in Crisis in the Fifth Season of The Crown
The trailer opens with images of a burning structure and scorched victims, potentially alluding to the King’s Cross fire of 1987. Then, one can hear a news programme saying, “The royal family is in an actual crisis.” The spotlight then turns to the problematic marriage of Charles and Diana as well as the Prince’s liaison with Camilla Parker Bowles.
The Queen is heard responding to Charles’ remarks about the necessity for a modern monarchy with, “I don’t think my behaviour is compromising its survival.” Diana, meanwhile, is battling for survival in the acrimonious divorce. The teaser closes with a clip from her infamous BBC interview, in which she famously declared, “I won’t go quietly. I’ll fight to the very end.
On November 9, Season 5 of The Crown will premiere on Netflix. View the suspenseful trailer below.
It’s a new decade, and the royal family is up against what might be their hardest hurdle yet: demonstrating their continuing relevance in 1990s Britain, according to the official description of the season. The basis of the royal family is beginning to fracture as Diana and Charles engage in a media battle.
Actor Dominic West Claims That the Season Will Show Both Sides of the Royal Divorce.
We will experience the events of the divorce from both the Prince’s and the Princess’ perspectives, according to Dominic West, who plays Prince Charles in the drama. He declared, “There are always two sides to a divorce, and this divorce is no different. If you read the perspective from Diana’s viewpoint, Charles is the bad guy.
“And I believe Peter’s writing partially mirrored that as well as what was coming from Charles’ side. I merely wanted to portray the emotional reality of what transpires when a marriage fails. In this instance, I believe it was clear where both sides were coming from and that neither one nor both was at fault. West went on.
Imelda Staunton Dons Queen Elizabeth II’s Shoes
In the show’s last two seasons, Imelda Staunton will take on the legendary role of Queen Elizabeth II, following the acclaimed portrayals of Claire Foy and Olivia Colman. In order to fit the older versions of the characters, other cast members have also undergone changes.
Lesley Manville will play Princess Margaret, Claudia Harrison will play Princess Anne, Jonathan Pryce will play Prince Philip, Elizabeth Debicki will play Princess Diana, Khalid Abdalla will play Dodi Fayed, and Salim Daw will play Mohamed Al Fayed in the television series.
Netflix has also ordered the show’s final and sixth season, which is anticipated to air in 2019.