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Netflix drops huge hint that The Crown final season will include King Charles and Camilla's wedding

Netflix drops huge hint that The Crown final season will include King Charles and Camilla's wedding

The Crown fans have been sent into a frenzy after Netflix teased that King Charles and Camilla's wedding will be shown in the new series

Get your wedding hats at the ready The Crown fans as Netflix has teased that King Charles and Camilla's 2005 wedding will feature in the new and final season of the show.

The award-winning Netflix programme is set to come to a close in later this year after the release of its sixth series, and TV-watchers have been eagerly bracing themselves for yet more royal drama.

From the breakdown of King Charles and Princess Diana's marriage, to Princess Margaret's affair with married RAF officer, Peter Townsend, The Crown hasn't shied away from portraying the ups and downs the royal family have faced in recent decades.

Elizabeth Debicki plays Princess Diana in the recent series of The Crown.

Season five ended with Princess Diana whisking sons Prince Harry and Prince William away on a summer holiday to St-Tropez in 1997, while then-Prince Charles jetted off to Hong Kong.

The trip was the last holiday the late princess had with her children as she tragically passed away in a car accident in Paris in August 1997, aged 36.

Diana's death will be recreated in the sixth season, with the show creators promising that the difficult storyline has been done 'delicately'.

Executive producer Suzanne Mackie told the Edinburgh TV Festival last month, as per BBC News: "There was a very, very careful, long, long, long conversation about how we do it — and I hope, you know, the audience will judge it in the end, but I think it's been delicately, thoughtfully recreated."

Executive producer Suzanne Mackie say Diana's death in season 6 is handled 'delicately'.

Away from Diana's passing, it appears as if King Charles and now-Queen Camilla's wedding will also be recreated in the series.

The pair wed in 2005, eight years after Diana's untimely death.

Teasing what's to come, Netflix UK & Ireland wrote on its official X page: "After six seasons, seven years and three casts, @TheCrownNetflix comes to an end later this year.

"We’ll be back with more soon, but here’s a hint at what’s to come in our final season."

Netflix has teased that Charles and Camilla's wedding will be featured in the final series.

Alongside the caption is a photograph of a wedding service card that read: "Service and prayer of dedication following the marriage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall."

Their big day took place in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle on 29th April, 2005.

Despite its undeniable popularity and success, The Crown has faced backlash ever since it first hit our screens in 2016, with the likes of Judi Dench hitting out at the show.

In an open letter published in The Times last year, the critically acclaimed actress slammed The Crown for its ‘crude sensationalism’ and accused it of portraying an ‘inaccurate and harmful account of history’.

An official release date for the sixth season is yet to be confirmed, but it's believed fans don't have too long to wait...

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Topics: Netflix, TV And Film, King Charles III, Prince Harry, Prince William, The Crown