The Crown season 4 character preview: Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth II (OLIVIA COLEMAN) Credit - Liam Daniel/Netflix
Queen Elizabeth II (OLIVIA COLEMAN) Credit - Liam Daniel/Netflix /
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The Crown season 4
Picture shows: Prince Philip (TOBIAS MENZIES) and Queen Elizabth II (OLIVIA COLMAN). Image courtesy Alex Bailey/Netflix /

What will happen for Queen Elizabeth in The Crown season 4?

There are many things on the agenda for Queen Elizabeth in The Crown season 4. From the synopsis and trailer, it appears the season begins around the time that the third season ended.

We’re going to see a lot of things happen with the Queen, but I think most people will be excited for the showdown between Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson, in season 4. That will be the main source of tension in the new season.

According to Netflix, there were problems with Thatcher and the Queen’s relationship from the start and peaked during the Falklands War in the early 1980s.

It also sounds like we’ll get to see more family drama in the new season. The family is growing “increasingly divided” during season 4, according to Netflix.

We’ll also get to see the introduction of Princess Diana, played by Emma Corrin, and the wedding of Prince Charles and Diana in the new season.

Watch the trailer and see what’s in store in The Crown season 4.

Even though we know the events that happened, it will be very interesting to see how the writers use those events to try to imagine what happened behind the scenes and present it to the audience. That’s the cool part about this series.

We don’t really know what happened, but the series is willing to make a guess and provide entertaining arcs along the way for these characters.