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Helena Bonham Carter and Emma Corrin von der Krone lead the cast that claims to be the virtual start of the fourth season


The last season of the show, which starts on Sunday on Netflix, is described in the video by series director Benjamin Caron as the best season so far.

And The Crown's Helena Bonham Carter, 54, and Emma Corrin led the cast who posed on red carpets at home for the virtual start of season four on Thursday as the UK's second coronavirus lockdown prevented a physical event.

Helena – who plays Princess Margaret – channeled her royal role by wearing a silver crown on her head and posing next to her pooch while dressed in a black lace dress and chunky platform heels.

It's almost there! Crown's Helena Bonham Carter, 54, and Emma Corrin led the cast who posed at home on Thursday for the virtual start of season four

Emma Corrin, 24, who took on the role of Princess Diana on the upcoming series, looked sensational in a blue patterned coordinate set.

Gillian Anderson, 52, who portrays Margaret Thatcher in the new season, exuded elegance in a sophisticated dark blue Dior dress.

The X-Files actress posed next to the show's suit suit, Peter Morgan, for a few social media snaps.

Gillian shared a photo of herself on Instagram which she tagged: & # 39; Excited to celebrate the premiere of @thecrownnetflix S4 from … my kitchen!

Impressive! Emma Corrin, 24, who took on the role of Princess Diana on the upcoming series, looked sensational in a blue patterned coordinate set

Impressive! Emma Corrin, 24, who took on the role of Princess Diana on the upcoming series, looked sensational in a blue patterned coordinate set

Beautiful: Gillian Anderson, 52, who portrays Margaret Thatcher in the new season, exuded elegance in a sophisticated dark blue Dior dress

Beautiful: Gillian Anderson, 52, who portrays Margaret Thatcher in the new season, exuded elegance in a sophisticated dark blue Dior dress

Thank you @Dior for getting me to wear this beautiful dress and jewelry, and big applause to the fabulous @marthaward for my styling all week! & # 39;

Olivia Colman, 46, slipped into a black tuxedo with subtly flared pants.

The Queen Elizabeth II actress paired the two-piece with a cream-colored silk blouse with a pussy bow neckline

Dream Team: The X-Files actress posed alongside the series' suit writer Peter Morgan for a few social media snaps

Dream Team: The X-Files actress posed alongside the series' suit writer Peter Morgan for a few social media snaps

Chic: Olivia Colman, 46, slipped into a black tuxedo suit with subtly flared trousers and combined the two-piece suit with a cream-colored silk blouse with a pussy bow neckline

Chic: Olivia Colman, 46, slipped into a black tuxedo suit with subtly flared trousers and combined the two-piece with a cream-colored silk blouse with a pussy bow neckline

Stars of the historical series were photographed from home. Each of them posed on a red carpet against the backdrop of The Crown and went on their individual social media channels to share the joy.

The stars of The Crown have shared their thoughts on the show's fourth season in a compelling new behind-the-scenes teaser for the upcoming series.

It's meant to tell the story of the royal family back in the 1980s when two famous personalities – PM Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) – disrupted the solid and stoic status quo.

Stylish: Josh O & # 39; Connor, 30, who has taken on the role of Prince Charles, wore a tan polo neck under his otherwise subdued clothes

Stylish: Josh O & # 39; Connor, 30, who has taken on the role of Prince Charles, wore a tan polo neck under his otherwise subdued clothes

Let me take a selfie: Gillian and Peter posed for a quick selfie

Let me take a selfie: Gillian and Peter posed for a quick selfie

The teaser also features footage of the show's immense behind-the-scenes operation, which allegedly costs Netflix north of $ 100 million per season.

Other footage in the video shows Prince Charles fighting the Queen, the Queen chatting with Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and Princess Diana and Prince Charles dancing together in a ballroom.

The design of the show looks as lush as the viewers got used to in the first three series. The queen is shown several times in all her red and gold splendor and numerous scenes take place in her various palaces.

Family Photo: Stars of The Crown have shared their thoughts on the show's fourth season in a compelling new behind-the-scenes teaser

Family Photo: Stars of The Crown have shared their thoughts on the show's fourth season in a compelling new behind-the-scenes teaser

Action! The teaser also features footage of the show's immense behind-the-scenes operation, which allegedly costs Netflix north of $ 100 million per season

Action! The teaser also features footage of the show's immense behind-the-scenes operation, which allegedly costs Netflix north of $ 100 million per season

Work hard: The fourth season of the show is described in the video by series director Benjamin Caron as the best season yet

Work hard: The fourth season of the show is described in the video by series director Benjamin Caron as the best season yet

Precise: The production and design of the show look as lush as the viewers in the first three series have got used to

Precise: The production and design of the show look as lush as the viewers in the first three series have got used to

Newcomer Emma describes her role in the new season as follows: "We met Diana at the age of 16 and followed her until she was 28.

"It explores everything from her marriage to her finding her voice and who she is."

Describing her part from Margaret Thatcher, Gillian suggested a frosty relationship with the queen. She said, "Within the 11 years (of the show) you will see your relationship with the Queen, the difference in her worlds."

Adds to their relationship, Olivia Colman, 46, who plays the queen, "They think this is sure to work very well – and it doesn't."

"It's not the beautiful friendship that the Queen hopes will be."

Fresh face: The newcomer Emma describes her role in the new season as follows: "We meet Diana at the age of 16 and follow her until she is 28."

Fresh face: The newcomer Emma describes her role in the new season as follows: "We meet Diana at the age of 16 and follow her until she is 28."

A Journey: Emma adds that the season explores "everything from her marriage to her finding her voice and who she is".

A Journey: Emma adds that the season explores "everything from her marriage to her finding her voice and who she is".

Colman added that she found aspects of season four more difficult, revealing, "The more modern it is, the more we get into people's emotions – and I find that a little difficult."

28-year-old Princess Anne actress Erin Doherty suggests the show is popular because it shows the human face behind the royal family.

She says, "This show is so special because it goes – no, they have a beating heart, check it out."

Peter Morgan, the writer behind The Crown, describes the genesis behind the creation of the show: "You are desperate to be honest about what you write about, but in fact you are so burdened with what you know what happened."

Test Times: Gillian described her part from Margaret Thatcher, suggesting a frosty relationship with the Queen

Test Times: Gillian described her part from Margaret Thatcher, suggesting a frosty relationship with the Queen

No laughing matter: Olivia, who plays the queen, adds to their relationship, "They think: this is sure to work very well - and it doesn't."

No laughing matter: Olivia, who plays the queen, adds to their relationship, "They think: this is sure to work very well – and it doesn't."

Maestro: Writer Peter Morgan says of his trial, "You are desperately trying to be honest about what you write about, but in fact you are so burdened with what you know it happened."

Maestro: Writer Peter Morgan says of his trial, "You are desperately trying to be honest about what you write about, but in fact you are so burdened with what you know it happened."

Difficult: Peter Morgan adds, "I'm only here to try to tell the story of what happened in this family towards the second half of the 20th century."

Difficult: Peter Morgan adds, "I'm only here to try to tell the story of what happened in this family towards the second half of the 20th century."

"I'm only there to try to tell the story of what happened in this family towards the second half of the 20th century.

"And I did my best every time and then you have to surrender and step back – it will mean different things to different people."

And Helena Bonham Carter is full of praise for Peter's work and says: "The gift of this job is Peter's writing – are there so many colors and facets in this family?" Basically, it's never boring. "

Adding executive producer Suzanne Mackie that Diana and Thatcher are at the center of the show, she says, “Peter knew we were going to get into that era – these two immensely iconic women.

Modern Times: Olivia Colman said she found aspects of season four more difficult because it is "closer to modern times".

Modern Times: Olivia Colman said that she found aspects of season four more difficult because they are "closer to modern times".

Controversial: Olivia says in the teaser: "The more it is about modernity, the more we deal with people's emotions - and I find that a bit difficult."

Controversial: Olivia says in the teaser: "The more it is about modernity, the more we deal with people's emotions – and I find that a bit difficult."

To be continued: Despite the new faces, executive producer Suzanne Mackie adds, "The Queen is our protagonist, you get too far from her at your own risk."

To be continued: Despite the new faces, executive producer Suzanne Mackie adds, "The Queen is our protagonist, you get too far from her at your own risk."

“The queen is our protagonist, you are too far removed from her at your risk. You have to keep bringing it back to The Crown. & # 39;

Earlier this week, Emma Corrin announced that she had asked screenwriters to add graphic scenes of bulimia to portray the People's Princess' struggle against the eating disorder.

Speaking to the Radio Times, the movie star said she wanted to record scenes of Diana vomiting to portray the eating disorder in an "honest way".

About the scenes Emma had developed with her exercise trainer, she said, "We had worked on her body language and put together a document that we had sent to the script team and said," Can you record any of this? The writing, because we would really like to work these scenes out? "

Traumatic: Earlier this week, Emma Corrin announced that she had asked screenwriters to add graphic scenes of bulimia to portray the People's Princess' struggle against the eating disorder

Traumatic: Earlier this week, Emma Corrin announced that she had asked screenwriters to add graphic scenes of bulimia to portray the People's Princess' struggle against the eating disorder

Cold: The fourth season of the Crown is supposed to show that the royal family is largely unsympathetic to Diana's difficulties

Cold: The fourth season of the Crown is meant to show that the royal family is largely unsympathetic to Diana's difficulties

“I felt if we try to portray bulimia in an honest way, we actually have to show it – otherwise it's a disservice to anyone who has been through this.

“I don't think we should shy away from these talks. Diana was very open about her experience with bulimia and I admire it so much. & # 39;

Diana herself first revealed her fight against bulimia during her bombshell panorama interview with Martin Bashir in 1995.

The Cambridge alum said it was referring to the pressures placed on young women to be "thin and glamorous" and that social media gave people more importance to "be a certain way".

The fourth Crown series will be released on Netflix on Sunday November 15th.

Finding her voice: Diana herself first revealed her fight against bulimia during her bomb-panorama interview with Martin Bashir in 1995

Finding her voice: Diana herself first revealed her fight against bulimia during her bomb-panorama interview with Martin Bashir in 1995

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