Thursday 20 August 2020

Fans get their first glimpse of Emma Corrin's Princess Diana entering the monarchy in teaser

The release date for The Crown's long-awaited fourth series has been revealed as fans got their first glimpse of Emma Corrin as Princess Diana on Thursday.

The 30-second preview hinted there could be dark times ahead for the monarchy as Olivia Colman's Queen Elizabeth II warns it is 'too important to fail.'

Despite concerns the fourth series could be delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the trailer confirms that The Crown's fourth series will be released on Sunday 15th November.

The brief preview features a voiceover of The Queen, as she emerges from Buckingham Palace on horseback, saying: 'Something as important as monarchy simple cannot be allowed to fail.'

It then cuts to a glimpse of Gillian Anderson as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, with the series set to begin in the late 1970s, at the beginning of her rise to power.

But a majority of the trailer focuses on Emma Corrin's depiction of Lady Diana Spencer, who would eventually become Princess Of Wales, one of the most iconic figures in Royal History.

The fourth series will document her blossoming romance with Prince Charles, as the trailer features the moment she emerges to greet an army of photographers, along with crowds cheering her name as she travels the world on behalf of the monarchy.

This includes Diana's 1983 tour of Australia, when she famously donned a beautiful fuchsia pink dress. 

The preview ends with a glimpse of Diana's iconic David Emmanuel wedding dress, which will take centre stage as The Crown recreates her historic 1981 wedding.

The Crown Series Four will begin as the 1970s are drawing to a close, with the Royal Family preoccupied with safeguarding the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for Prince Charles who is still unmarried at 30. 


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