Netflix has released a sneak peek at the next season of The Crown and we’ll see Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer (later the Princess of Wales) join Olivia Colman. The new season will be released on 15 November.
She had only just recently beaten Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria to become the fifth longest-reigning monarch in history but now she had moved up yet another spot. Just last year, she surpassed Eleanor of Aquitaine, who ruled the Duchy of Aquitaine in her own right, as longest-reigning female ruler. In 2015, she surpassed [read more]
Netflix has released a final trailer before The Crown’s season 3 release tomorrow. Who else is excited? Watch it below: We can’t be everything to everyone and still be true to ourselves. pic.twitter.com/SmqnE9G8jA — The Crown (@TheCrownNetflix) November 16, 2019
Read part one here. Read part two here. Read part three here. When Prince Charles turned 30 years, pressure intensified for him to marry. He had met Lady Diana Spencer previously – he had dated her sister Sarah – but it wasn’t until July 1980 that their romance began. He was 12 years older than [read more]
Read part one here. On 9 July 1947, the engagement between Princess Elizabeth and Philip Mountbatten was announced. Shortly before the wedding, Elizabeth’s father bestowed a number of titles on his future son-in-law. He was to be the Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth, Baron Greenwich and should be addressed as “His Royal Highness.” He [read more]
Read part one here. Read part two here. Read part three here. Read part four here. George’s health remained a cause for concern and the deaths of his sister, Louise, the Princess Royal and one of his oldest friends, Sir Charles Cust, in addition to the death of Lord Stamfordham, who had been his private [read more]