Netflix released on Tuesday (29) photos of the fourth season of the series “The Crown”, which opens in Brazil on November 15. The images show the actresses Emma Corrin, 24, characterized by Princess Diana. Another novelty is the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson, 52.
In this new wave of episodes, the attraction begins in the late 1970s, and presents the concern of Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman) and the royal family to protect the line of succession to the English throne. For that, they need to find a suitable bride for the prince charles (Josh O’Connor), who is still single at 30.
Charles’s romance with young Lady Diana Spencer is the fairy tale that the British people so need, but in the palace, the royal family is increasingly divided.
Politically speaking, the series shows the impact of the decisions of the first woman in front of Parliament, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, increasing tension between her and the queen, as Thatcher directs the country to the Falklands War.
When she was announced at the attraction, Corrin said she felt “excited and honored”. “I’ve been glued to the series since the first episode, and to think that I’m joining this incredibly talented family of actors is surreal. Princess Diana was an icon and her effect on the world was profound and inspiring,” he told The Hollywood website News reporter.
Recently, the tabloid The Sun reported that the fourth season of “The Crown” will show Diana’s struggle against bulimia in the 1980s. According to the website, a representative of producer Left Bank Pictures, who does the series, said the disorder food will be approached responsibly in the series.
“The producers worked closely with an eating disorder charity, BEAT, to ensure that their representation of Princess Diana’s bulimia in season four was accurate and treated with sensitivity.”