The Crown Season 5: Imelda Staunton Cast as Queen Elizabeth ll? Cast details and updates

Britain’s most beloved royal family has just become more of the world’s favourite since the inception of The Crown. The Crown is an Amazon-Prime Video TV series production portraying the life of the royals. And in the show is on centre stage, the story of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, her life and obstacles she faced.

The story chronicles her ascension to the throne. While the story was captivating as seen by the one million-plus viewership, what was more intriguing was all the characters who played the parts to perfection.

Seasons One and Two 

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Source: The New York Times

With Claire Foy lighting the torch for the seasons 1 and 2, The Crown was bound to a good start. After winning an Emmy for the same, it was clear that she ruled the screens just the way Her Majesty ruled Britain. Dr Who actor Matt Smith featured as Prince Phillip, beau and later husband.

Season Three and Four

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Source: Hollywood Reporter

The baton was then passed on to academy award winner Olivia Colman for seasons three and four. Seasons three and four of The Crown feature Tobias Menzies as Prince Phillip and Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret. The Crown has received critical acclaim for both direction and cinematography and praise for its near to perfect account of Her Majesty’s reign.

Season Five, The Final Season 

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The Crown is now going on from Fleabag actress Olivia Colman to Imelda Staunton, of Harry Potter fame. Having played a myriad of roles before, from Professor Umbridge in Harry Potter and the Order of Phoenix to one of the fairy god-mothers in Maleficent, we are definite, that Imelda Stauton is the perfect choice to end the race.

Shooting for the latest season ended in late November of 2019 and its all set to release soon, presumably in the years 2021 or 2022.

With supporting actresses Gillian Anderson from Sex Education to play UK’s first woman Prime Minister and newcomer Emma Corrin as the late Princess Diana, we are sure that this season of The Crown shall be more significant, grander and better than ever before! Comment below if you’re excited to see the final season of The Crown too!

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