You're Invited to See The Crown's Season 6 Teaser About King Charles and Queen Camilla's Wedding

As Netflix prepares to release season six of its drama The Crown, the streaming service teased what fans can expect, including its coverage of King Charles III and Queen Camilla's 2005 wedding.

By Elyse Dupre Sep 04, 2023 6:43 PM Tags
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Attention, Lords and Ladies: The Crown has just offered another sneak peek at its final season.

As the Netflix drama inspired by the royal family prepares to come to an end, the streaming service revealed that the show will cover King Charles III and Queen Camilla 's 2005 wedding.

"After six seasons, seven years and three casts, The Crown comes to an end later this year," Netflix tweeted Sept. 4 alongside a photo of a ceremony invitation. "Here's a hint at what's to come in our final season."

As viewers will recall, the king and queen—then referred to as the Princes of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall—tied the knot in Windsor on April 9, 2005. This marked the second marriage for both of them as Charles had previously been married to Princess Diana —who died in 1997 about a year after they officially divorced—and Camilla had been married to Andrew Parker Bowles, who she divorced in 1995. Charles and Camilla had been involved in an affair during their prior marriages.

King Charles III's Road to the Throne

Dominic West played Charles on last season of The Crown, and Olivia Williams portrayed Camilla.

However, their relationship won't be the only one The Crown focuses on in season six. As fans have seen in earlier teasers, the series will also explore the early days of Prince William and Kate Middleton 's romance, with Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy playing the royal couple.

Can't wait to watch the show? While an official release date has yet to be revealed, you can get ready by scrolling through the season six photos Netflix has released so far.

Kate Middleton's Introduction

Season six part two recreates the first moment Kate Middleton caught Prince William's eye, while modeling a sheer dress during a 2002 fashion event in college.

Sparks Fly

The Dec. 14 episodes depict Kate Middleton (Meg Bellamy) falling in love with Prince William (Ed McVey).

Brotherly Bond

William and Prince Harry (Luther Ford) share a laugh in a sneak peek.

Royal Family

Charles (Dominic West) poses with his sons during a skiing trip.

Wedding Bells

The show also recreates King Charles III's wedding to Queen Camilla on April 9, 2005.

Royal Duties

William appears to be stepping into his role as he comes of age.

Long Live the Queen

Netflix released a look at Queen Elizabeth (Imelda Staunton) waving to her people in the last episodes.

The Princes in Scotland

Part one of The Crown's final season features Rufus Kampa (as Prince William) and Fflyn Edwards (as Prince Harry) on a trip to Scotland.

Diana & Her Boys

“I think it's a really unique challenge as an actor, to portray those days," Elizabeth Debicki (who portrays Princess Diana in the final season) previously told TUDUM, adding that she trusted in creator Peter Morgan's "emotional blueprint that he created for us to follow. It's his interpretation and I think it made emotional sense to me, so I clung to that. Because, obviously, it's devastating and it's fraught and we can never know.”

Diana & Dodi's Romance

Part one of the final season shares a glimpse into Diana's relationship with Dodi Fayed, portrayed by actor Khalid Abdalla.

Ed McVey as Prince William

In part two of the final season, actor Ed McVey portrays Prince William.

The Future Prince and Princess of Wales

The two walk hand-in-hand in an official season six pic.

Meg Bellamy as Kate Middleton

The actress appears in an official photo forThe Crown season six.

Behind-the-Scenes fun

Ed McVey and Meg Bellamy take a break from filming The Crownseason six, in which they play William and Kate.

Flashback: Season 5

As a reminder, The Crown depicted William and his brother Prince Harry as kids (played byWill Powell andSenan West) on season 5. For season six, Elizabeth Debicki and Dominic West⋅will reprise their roles of Princess Diana and Prince Charles (now King Charles III).

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