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Here's what it was really like to film the Netflix drama.
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We're still a month out from the second season of The Crown, but if you can't wait for the return of the royal drama, here's a behind-the-scenes look at the Netflix series.

SHOW CREATOR PETER MORGAN POSES WITH MATT SMITH AND CLAIRE FOY.

A BEAUTIFUL LOOK AT THE SET.

CLAIRE FOY AND VANESSA KIRBY ARE READY TO SHOOT.

CLAIRE FOY AND MATT SMITH PREPARE FOR A SCENE.

A LOOK AT THE COSTUME ORGANIZATION.

MAKING SURE VANESSA KIRBY'S MAKEUP IS ON-POINT.

AND... ACTION!

MATT SMITH AND CLAIRE FOY FILM WITH DIRECTOR STEPHEN DALDRY AT BELVOIR CASTLE, WHICH STANDS IN FOR WINDSOR CASTLE IN THE SHOW.

MATT SMITH AND CLAIRE FOY ARRIVING FOR THEIR SCENE.

EVERY HAIR MUST BE JUST SO.

ADJUSTING VICTORIA HAMILTON'S REGALIA.

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: THE LIGHTING FOR THE ROYAL WEDDING HAD TO BE JUST RIGHT.

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: ELY CATHEDRAL IN CAMBRIDGESHIRE STOOD IN FOR WESTMINSTER ABBEY.

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: FILMING AT ZULU NYALA IN HLUHLUWE, SOUTH AFRICA

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: GOING IN FOR A CLOSE-UP OF CLAIRE FOY AND MATT SMITH

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: PREPARING THE SHOT.

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: OUTSIDE THE ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE IN GREENWICH.

LOOKING BACK AT SEASON 1: MATT SMITH SNEAKS A SELFIE WHILE ON SET IN CAPE TOWN.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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