The Crown Season 6 Part 1 Trailer Previews Aftermath of Princess Diana’s Death

Netflix has finally revealed The Crown Season 6 Part 1 trailer for the upcoming final installment of the acclaimed drama, teasing what to expect from the first four episodes of the final chapter. The first half of Season 6 will be available for streaming on November 16, followed by the second half on December 14.

In the video, due to the world’s massive interest in her life, Princess Diana can’t seem to live the life she wants despite no longer being a member of the royal family. It also highlights her struggles with being hounded by dozens of paparazzi, who are constantly invading her privacy. A heartbreaking tragedy brings the world to a standstill, leading the Royal Family to realize how massive the public’s adoration is for Princess Diana.

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What to expect in The Crown Season 6 Part 1?

“In their first Summer as a divorced couple, Prince Charles and Princess Diana share very different holidays with their sons,” reads the synopsis. “Diana is being courted by the Fayeds in the South of France, giving the young Princes a taste of luxury yachts, video games and movie nights. Charles is sticking to tradition in Balmoral. The comparisons play out in the press, fueled by a fervent paparazzi, and some of the Royal press team.

As yacht life and the constant media scrutiny lose their appeal, Diana longs to return to see her boys, who are back in Balmoral. A diversion to Paris sees matters come to a head – against the backdrop of an intensified and aggressive media pursuit.

After the news breaks of Diana and Dodi’s fatal car accident, a vast outpouring of public grief catches the Queen off-guard. With shockwaves resonating through the Palace, Al Fayed is also processing the loss of his cherished son. Hoping that the news will bring him and the Royal Family together in shared grief; he instead finds himself increasingly shunned.”

The Crown Season 6 stars Imelda Staunton as Queen Elizabeth II, Lesley Manville as Princess Margaret, Jonathan Pryce as Prince Philip, Elizabeth Debicki as Princess Diana, Dominic West as Prince Charles, Olivia Williams as Camilla Parker Bowles, Khalid Abdalla as Dodi Fayed, Bertie Carvel as Tony Blair, Luther Ford as Prince Harry, and more. It hails from creator/writer Peter Morgan, director Stephen Daldry, and producer Andy Harries.