‘The Crown’ Behind-the-Scenes Photos To Get Fans Excited for Season 4

by Jeremy Spirogis
Krista Smith, Peter Morgan, Claire Foy, Vanessa Kirby, and Jane Petrie speak onstage at For Your Consideration event for

The Crown is again with extra from the British royal household. New episodes of the sequence are set to premiere Nov. 15, 2020, on Netflix. The Crown Season Four means the introduction of Princess Diana performed by Emma Corrin and Gillian Anderson as Margaret Thatcher. Take a glance again at behind-the-scenes photographs from previous episodes earlier than the award-winning program’s much-anticipated return. 

Krista Smith, Peter Morgan, Claire Foy, Vanessa Kirby, and Jane Petrie speak onstage at For Your Consideration event for 'The Crown'
Krista Smith, Peter Morgan, Claire Foy, Vanessa Kirby, and Jane Petrie communicate onstage at For Your Consideration occasion for The Crown | Rich Fury/Getty Images

Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II in ‘The Crown’ Season 2  

The first actor to tackle the position of Queen Elizabeth II was Claire Foy. She performed the half for 2 seasons of The Crown earlier than Olivia Colman stepped in to play an older model of the queen. 

During The Crown Season 2 Episode 1: “Misadventure,” Foy acquired her hair and make-up touched up in between scenes. This specific episode targeted on the Suez Canal and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Matt Smith) heading off on an extended royal tour. Meanwhile, the queen found the prime minister had been retaining a secret from her. 

Claire Foy during a hair and makeup touch up on the set of 'The Crown' Season 2 Episode 1Claire Foy during a hair and makeup touch up on the set of 'The Crown' Season 2 Episode 1
Claire Foy behind the scenes of The Crown Season 2| DESWILLIE / Netflix

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Later on, as Princess Margaret (Vanessa Kirby) raced to get married earlier than her former beau in The Crown Season 2 Episode 7: “Matrimonium,” the queen declares her second being pregnant. Foy ready to movie a scene sporting the queen’s signature strand of pearls. 

Matt Smith and Claire Foy in 'The Crown' Season 2Matt Smith and Claire Foy in 'The Crown' Season 2
Matt Smith and Claire Foy in The Crown Season 2 | Robert Viglasky / Netflix

Foy’s efficiency gained her a number of awards. Although when she first began The Crown she had second ideas. Foy thought she’d made a mistake as a result of she’d simply given beginning when filming started.

“On the first day of filming, I found myself halfway up a Scottish mountain with engorged boobs and no way of getting down to feed my baby,” she advised British Vogue in 2017. 

“I had to ring my husband and tell him to give her formula … as I sat in a Land Rover trying to get my broken breast pump to work, I felt I’d made the worst mistake of my life,” she stated. 

Claire Foy films 'The Crown' Season 2Claire Foy films 'The Crown' Season 2
Claire Foy movies The Crown Season 2 | Robert Viglasky / Netflix

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Foy went on to win a Primetime Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards for The Crown. Her time on the sequence isn’t precisely over. She’s anticipated to return as queen throughout flashbacks in season 4. 

Matt Smith as Prince Philip in ‘The Crown’ Season 2

Before Tobias Menzies performed the position of Philip Matt Smith did. Smith performed the Duke of Edinburgh for 2 seasons reverse Foy. And, based on The Crown creator, Peter Morgan, he was the one particular person for the half. 

Matt Smith on the set of 'The Crown' Season 2Matt Smith on the set of 'The Crown' Season 2
Matt Smith on the set of The Crown Season 2 | Coco Van Oppens / Netflix

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He felt there wouldn’t be a present with out Smith. As a result, he overpaid the actor for the job. That later led to experiences he earned greater than Foy, the lead. 

“I’m afraid I gave them no negotiating position,” Morgan advised Variety in 2016. “I’m sure Matt’s being hideously overpaid as a result. He was the only one.”

In The Crown Season 2, Smith’s character skilled some marriage woes. The season opened with him and the queen arguing on a ship whereas experiences swirled of them being on the outs. 

Matt Smith in between scenes of 'The Crown' Season 2Matt Smith in between scenes of 'The Crown' Season 2
Matt Smith in between scenes of The Crown Season 2 | DESWILLIE / Netflix

The Crown Season 2 Episode 2: “A Company of Men” took a more in-depth take a look at Philip’s royal tour. He and the queen barely spoke whereas he continued exploring the far reaches of the globe and opening the Olympic Games in Australia. 

Watch The Crown Seasons 1-Three on Netflix earlier than new episodes debut on Nov. 15, 2020.

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