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Watch the Cast of The Crown Preview What's in Store for Their Characters in Season 2
A new clip goes behind the scenes of the upcoming season.
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With just a few weeks left until the season two premiere of The Crown, Netflix is certainly upping its promotion game. Following yesterday's teaser dedicated to Princess Margaret's side of the story, a new clip featuring the cast of The Crown talking about what to expect from their characters come December 8.

The short video reveals specific plot points including the Queen's first televised Christmas message, Jackie and JFK's visit to Buckingham Palace, and a revolving door of British prime ministers.

It also gives us a glimpse of Philip's childhood and the moment his wife made him a British prince.

"The character of Philip is center stage in a way that is new," Executive Producer Philip Martin shares. 

But mostly, the actors, directors, and producers in the clip speak to the 1960s as a time of change—for the monarchy, yes, but more largely for Britain as a whole.

"The world is changing, you're going into the '60s and no one is prepared for what's about to happen," Claire Foy says.

"The '60s represented a new period for Britain, not just royal family," actor Matt Smith added.

Watch the clip below. The Crown's second season premieres on Netflix on December 8.

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

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