NETFLIXThe Crown season 2 Prince Philip is unhappy about being outranked by his son
06 November, 2017, 21:52
"The question is, how on earth can you forgive yourself?" Check out the new The Crown Season 2 trailer below and the new key art in the gallery underneath.
Princess Margaret (Vanessa Kirby), now moved on from her ill-fated romance with Peter Townsend, has yet to grow out of her rebellious phase.
The preview shows Queen Elizabeth II (Claire Foy) and Prince Philip (Matt Smith) clash over the prince's "wild spirit" and his resentment at being "outranked" by their son Prince Charles. "The monarchy's too fragile..." Plus, frictions with Edward VIII the Duke of Windsor and the crown continue.
Beginning with soldiers in Her Majesty's Armed Forces fighting an illegal war in Egypt, and ending with the downfall of her third Prime Minister, Harold Macmillan, after a devastating scandal, the second season bears witness to the end of the age of deference.
The lavish, two-minute-twenty-seconds trailer beckons the 1960s and the convergence of British and American royalty, with Michael C. Hall and Jodi Balfour joining the cast as Jack and Jackie Kennedy.
"There is no possibility of my forgiving you".
You can binge-watch the entire first season of "The Crown" on Netflix before it returns on December 8. Season two will mark the end of Foy's run as the young royal.
A new trailer for The Crown has arrived, giving an even deeper look at what's in store for Season 2. It's not yet what I would call modern Britain.
And while Philip's chafing at his official role does seem to take up a lot of his wife's energies in the promo, released Monday, the queen has a bunch more problems - both foreign and domestic - to deal with in the upcoming second season. He had a very interesting past, Philip.