Netflix has revealed that Prince Charles (now King Charles III) and Camilla Parker-Bowles’ 2005 royal marriage ceremony will likely be featured within the sixth and last season of The Crown.
The streamer took to X (previously referred to as Twitter) Monday to tease the Peter Morgan-created collection’ upcoming season by sharing a photograph of a doc that learn, “Service of prayer and dedication following the wedding of His Royal Highness the Prince of Whales and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall.”
The put up’s caption added, “After six seasons, seven years and three casts, The Crown involves an finish later this 12 months. Right here’s a touch at what’s to come back in our last season.”
Dominic West and Olivia Williams will reprise their roles as Prince Charles and Camilla, respectively, following season 5. The ultimate season may even embrace the 1997 loss of life of Princess Diana, performed by Elizabeth Debicki, “over three episodes,” in addition to when Prince William and Kate Middleton first met.
Suzanne Mackie, an government producer on The Crown, beforehand spoke to The Hollywood Reporter concerning the sixth season, saying, “I feel it’s a few of our greatest work.”
“It’s an fascinating factor to ponder, as a result of I’m actually, actually pleased with this last season,” she added. “I don’t wish to spoil the very finish, but it surely’s actually lovely and, I feel, fairly profound, and it looks like a end result of a really lengthy journey.”
Mackie additionally famous on the time that they’d simply “completed filming about two months in the past,” and had been “now simply doing last mixing, all of the sound and the music — our final levels of postproduction.”
The Crown is anticipated to drop on Netflix later this 12 months.