The Crown season 4 Trailer: Know about the plot and the makers here

The Crown season 4: The aristocratic drama, The Crown, is back with the another new season on Netflix. he crown mainly focuses on the prevailing tension between Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher back then. The series focuses on the the period of  late 1970s and continues through the 1980s.

We will be catching Thatcher, (played by Gillian Anderson),  leading the country into the Falklands War. In the trailer we can spot her saying that her aim is to change the country’s status from dependence to self reliance and that she think, she is succeeding.

According to Variety, executive producer Peter Morgan articulated that, they were similar women born only within the difference of a single month. Sharing, many things in common, like commitment, sense of frugality, hard work,  Christianity and many more, they were so alike.

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According to  Morgan, it was an attribute of their wit that Queen and Thatcher didn’t get on. This was not all. Apart from being similar, they were contrary to each other in a number of astonishing ways. However, it would be really fascinating to study the two iconic figures so closely together.

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Also, Thatcher added that they were great in their roles of being a mother as well. He said, both the figures, Thatcher and the Queen were angel like mothers, that went unnoticed by everyone until now. ” It yielded one of my favorite episodes in the season,” the statement of Morgan further read.

Alongside all these, the season also spots  the royal family quite stressed on the line of succession. The family needs to find an appropriate bride for the prince, Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor). In spite of the fact that Charles is besotted with Camilla Parker Bowles (Emerald Fennell), he shares a touching romance with  Lady Diana Spencer (Emma Corrin).

Now, this part is intriguing. Positively, their romance is a blessing in disguise. It brings the British community together. Let me tell you, the season will focus perfectly on Diana’s impetus from teenager to a public figure. It also highlights her desperation to become a part of the family.

It is as royal and majestic as it sounds. According to Variety, The Crown is produced by Left Bank Pictures and Sony Pictures Television. The crew of Executive producers includes Morgan, Stephen Daldry, Andy Harries, Suzanne Mackie, Matthew Byam Shaw, Robert Fox, and Benjamin Caron, while Michael Casey serves as producer.

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