The Crown Season 6: Netflix’s “The Crown” is set to captivate audiences in December with the conclusion of Season 6, offering an intimate look into the romance of royal couple Kate Middleton and Prince William. New photos released by the streaming giant showcase Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy portraying the couple during their college years, capturing iconic moments such as Middleton’s runway strut in a sheer strapless dress, the moment that reportedly caught Prince William’s eye.
The upcoming episodes will delve into Prince William’s efforts to reintegrate into life at Eton following his mother’s tragic death, navigating the challenges of public opinion on the monarchy. The series promises to unfold the beginnings of a new royal fairytale between the future Prince and Princess of Wales.
Ed McVey takes on the role of an older Prince William, succeeding Rufus Kampa, who portrayed a younger version in the first part of Season 6. The new photos also feature Luther Ford as a grown-up Prince Harry, sharing a cheerful moment with Prince William.
The final episodes of “The Crown” will not only explore the personal lives of the royal family but also cover Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee. As the Queen reflects on the monarchy’s future, the series will touch on the marriage of Charles and Camilla, portrayed by Dominic West and Olivia Williams, respectively.
Netflix has teased audiences with the anticipation of the royal wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla, ensuring a riveting conclusion to the acclaimed series. The last six episodes of “The Crown” are scheduled to stream on Netflix starting December 14, promising a captivating portrayal of the royal saga.
Our Reader’s Queries
Is there a release date for Season 6 of The Crown?
Netflix dropped the last season of The Crown, delving into the life of Queen Elizabeth II, in two parts. The first four episodes hit the streaming platform on 16 November 2023, followed by the remaining six episodes on 14 December.
Will there be Season 7 of The Crown?
The Crown was initially planned for six seasons, but in January 2020, Netflix revealed that the fifth season would be the final one, as reported by Deadline.
Why is The Crown stopping at season 6?
The creator of The Crown made the decision to end the show in 2005 to keep it separate from current events. Peter Morgan aimed to craft an episode that offered a fulfilling conclusion, even though it was set years before the actual ending. The upcoming sixth season of The Crown will mark the end of the beloved series on Netflix.
Is Prince Harry in Season 6 of The Crown?
Ed McVey is taking on the role of Prince William, while Luther Ford steps into the shoes of Prince Harry, and Meg Bellamy portrays Kate Middleton in the upcoming sequel of the concluding season.