The Crown season 2 trailer

Claire Foy and Matt Smith in The Crown

The second season of critically-acclaimed Netflix drama The Crown will debut in all territories on Dec 8.

Theirs is seemingly one of the most united partnerships to ever exist, but Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's marriage hasn't always been smooth sailing, as The Crown's newly-released season two trailer proves.

Vanessa Kirby will return as Princess Margaret, Elizabeth's stylish but troublesome younger sister.

"I think [Queen Elizabeth] starts to realize she needs to pay more attention to her personal life now that the other part of her life is going all right", Foy told Entertainment Weekly.

Of course, if its spoilers your after, Her Majesty's Wikipedia page should do the trick.

The Crown season 2 trailer

All episodes of "The Crown" Season 2 will be released Friday, Dec. 8. They'll have to wait just a few more months for Season 2 to premiere on the streaming platform. Her "wild spirit" husband Prince Philip has gone overseas, and appears to have a wandering eye.

The Netflix original series dramatises the reign of Queen Elizabeth II over six seasons, with a new cast added every two seasons. Fans of The Crown are eager to catch even a glimpse of the last season to feature Claire Foy and Matt Smith before their roles are recast for The Crown Season 3.

Prince Philip's childhood background, his strained relationship with his wife and his relationship with their son Charles will also be a focus in Season 2. Jodi Balfour (Quarry) is also signed on to play Jackie Onassis.

It also documents the romance between Princess Margaret and the photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones, later the Earl of Snowdon, who died in January, aged 86. After watching the trailer for the new season (which you can check out below) we see that while much has changed, there is one thing that has not and that's the stability of Elizabeth as the Queen.

Foy has been nominated for the Emmy award for Oustanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series and Lithgow has been nominated for the Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.

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