However, as expected, there was no need to fear about these new arrivals. Oscar winner last February (for the role of a queen in The Favorite), Olivia Colman proves once again the breadth of his talent by taking over the role formerly held by Claire Foy. Tobias Menzies known talent thanks to his role in Outlander shines as well, and Helena Bonham Carter brings a new madness to the character of Margaret. The universe of The Crown also extends with the arrival of the character of the Prince Charles adult version but also of the Princess Anne. Camilla Parker Bowles (then called Camilla Shand) is also on the programme for several episodes that plunge us into conflicts between the Prince of Wales and his family.
The period of disorder for the United Kingdom and not that
Season 3 takes place between 1964 and 1977. Through its 10 episodes, it evokes a complicated period in the political life and the british economy. The series alternates between episodes chronicling important moments of british History (and the world) but also episodes more intimate focus on some characters. For example, an episode on Margaret, another on Charles, or even an episode devoted to Prince Philip. This balance, coupled with a staging that also always impeccable, make season 3 a suite is always exciting.