The Crown told the gripping story of Queen Elizabeth II and her life before and after her ascendance to the throne in its first season. The tale left us gripped and wanting for more. Bless your yearnings for more as Netflix is set to deliver for you. It just released the second trailer of its second season. And it has simply amped up our eagerness to watch the series.
In season two, the Queen rightfully portrayed by Claire Foy is seen wrestling restlessness in the monarchy as her sister Princess Margaret and husband King Philip push the threshold of the monarchy’s image. A flash of eye roll from a dancer during an opera has already given us hints of the King’s rumoured relationships being not just mentioned but plentifully depicted in the season. Princess Margaret’s rebellious self is also shown at its best as a heartbroken Margaret seeks love after ending her relationship with fiancé Peter Townsend on orders of the Queen in season 1.
We will also get to see a new Prime Minister serve the Queen as in a very stern statement we see Claire Foy say, “I have been Queen barely ten years and in that time I have had three Prime Ministers. Not one has lasted the course.”While the fictional life of the world’s most celebrated monarchy is shown to have a tipsy personal life, the real lives of Queen Elizabeth II has reached another milestone. The official Instagram handle of Windsor Castle released four portraits of the King and Queen to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary.
Tomorrow Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will celebrate their 70th Wedding Anniversary as more new photographs are being released. British photographer Matt Holyoak of Camera Press, took these new images in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle earlier this month. On 9th July 1947, the engagement of the then Princess Elizabeth to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten was announced. Their wedding ceremony took place at Westminster Abbey on 20th November 1947. Find out about The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh's wedding day by clicking on the link in the bio.
The second season of The Crow is slated for a December 8 release.
To mark the 70th Wedding Anniversary of Her Majesty The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, new photographic portraits have been released worldwide. The Queen and His Royal Highness will celebrate their Wedding Anniverary on 20th November 2017. The portraits, by British photographer Matt Holyoak of Camera Press, were taken in the White Drawing Room at Windsor Castle in early November. In this first release, The Queen and His Royal Highness are framed by Thomas Gainsborough's 1781 portraits of George III and Queen Charlotte, who were married for 57 years. The marriage of the then Princess Elizabeth to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten took place at Westminster Abbey on 20th November 1947. Find out about The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh's wedding day by following the link in bio. #weddinganniversary