WATCH: Emma Corrin Stars as Princess Diana in 'The Crown' Season 4 Trailer
We saw Olivia Colman (Broadchurch, The Favourite) step in as Queen Elizabeth II for season three of The Crown in 2019, along with other new cast members Tobias Menzies (Game of Thrones) and Helena Bonham Carter.
In season four, we can look for all three actors to return, as well as some new faces, with Emma Corrin (Misbehaviour) portraying Princess Diana and Gillian Anderson (The Fall) to take on the role of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The next installment starts off in the late 1970s and the Queen is intent on seeing her son, Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor), married, to ensure the line of succession. But, of course, matchmaking isn't the only thing on her mind, as she's charged with running a nation.
Queen Elizabeth II and Thatcher seem to have different perspectives on the best way to go about that. As those two hash it out, we also see Prince Charles and Diana flirting.
While their courtship is off to a good start, we hear Diana in the new trailer say to the Queen, "All I want is to be loved. It's all any of us want from you."
You can see how Her Majesty responds in the below:
The series is based off of Peter Morgan's play The Audience, with Morgan creating and writing the series.
You can look for season four of The Crown over at Netflix on November 15.
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