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Is This the First Photo from The Crown Season 2?

A Reddit post reveals our first look at the Netflix show's second season.
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Fans of The Crown will have to wait until November for the show's second season, but over the weekend a Redditor may have shared our very first look at what comes next for Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Princess Margaret, and the rest of the British royal family.

User AdamKane posted the following snapshot in a Subreddit devoted to the Netflix show, with the caption "A photo I took this morning of extras performing for a scene in season 2 of The Crown. According to an extra I spoke to, this is for a scene in which Prince [sic] Margaret drives by on the way to Buckingham Palace."


When a commenter asked where he took the photo, AdamKane replied, "The Mall, standing on the St James Park side of the road."

While we can't verify AdamKane's claims, the extras' clothing does appear to be period appropriate, and his explanation seems logical.

But the photo only leaves us wanting more. Show creator Peter Morgan has said that this next chapter in the series will focus on the men in the Queen's life, but as for exactly what that means, we'll just have to wait and see.

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