The Crown Season 3 Trailer: Olivia Colman's Queen Elizabeth Finds Britain in Crisis, Prince Charles Deals With a Complicated Romance in the New Season
Olivia Colman takes over as Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown Season 3. (Photo Credits: YouTube/Screengrab/Netflix)

The trailer of much-awaited, The Crown's third season is finally here. As the Netflix show is all set to premiere its Season 3 next month, the trailer featuring the new cast is here. After Claire Foy and Matt Smith's performances as Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Olivia Colman and Tobias Menzies will now be taking over for the new season. The trailer also shows Helena Bonham Carter in her role as Princess Margaret, and we also get our first glimpse of Emerald Fennell as Camilla Parker Bowles and Josh O'Connor as Prince Charles. 'The Crown' Star Olivia Colman Wants to Have a Role in New James Bond Movie.

Britain's political climate is quickly changing and the monarchy is struggling. Colman says in the new trailer, “the place has fallen apart”, and it's not just about the nation in crisis but also their personal lives as Prince Charles gets involved with Camilla Shand (later Parker-Bowles). The third season will be focussing on Labour prime minister Harold Wilson's time in the '60s and '70s.

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The new trailer certainly looks exciting considering now we also get to see much of Charles and Elizabeth's dynamic. We see him saying in the promo, "Am I listened to in this family? Am I seen for who and what I am? No," whilst talking to his mother and these are the bits that are surely going to pique interest among the audiences.

Apart from Colman and Menzies, other cast members on the new season include Ben Daniels as Margaret's husband Antony Armstrong-Jones (aka Lord Snowdon), Erin Doherty as Princess Anne and Charles Dance as Lord Mountbatten. The new season of The Crown premieres on Netflix from November 17.